Made from plaster, clay and toilet paper ^_^
I love masquerade masks and decided to try my hand at making my own; this is just the base but I like the simplicity of it too.
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An hour after your final layer should give the mask enough time to stabilise (though it won't harden completely in this time, this is ok). Exercise your brow, nose and mouth muscles to get the mask moving then finally gently prise from your face with your fingers. Once fully dry, cut to shape/tidy up.
Apply a layer of air drying clay to the mask using a little water to act as adhesive/smooth out/limit any obvious cracks. This would be the time to emphasise any key areas you wish.
Depending on the thickness of clay used, drying time varies- my layer of around 2mm took a day and a half roughly.
Mix up some PVA and water (equal parts works) and 'paint' on some toilet paper to seal the mask and create a nice crinkled effect.