Undead 12 Hybrid Alcohol Palette
Undead 12 Hybrid Alcohol Palette
The Original Hybrid Palette was released by Mile High FX (Formerly I Love FX Makeup) in 2014. Using a patented procedure we have been able to transform our ultra concentrated form of Hybrid Alcohol makeup into dry palettes. With the relaunch of these in 2019, we were able to finally solve the issue of cracking/crumbling WITHOUT USING ANY PLASTICISER!
Hybrid Alcohol palettes provide a solid version of our water-proof and smudge-proof hybrid alcohol makeup. These palettes are best activated using our Elevate Seal, but can be activated with 99% IPA and 91% IPA with lesser pigment and durability.
As with all of our makeup, our Hybrid Palettes are Gluten Free, Vegan and Cruelty Free.
All Contains: Contains: Acrylates Copolymer, Castor Seed Oil, Alcohol SDA 40-B, Hydroxypropylcellulose, Zinc Stearate
May Contain (+/-): FD&C Pigments; CI42090, CI77891, CI19140, CI145410, CI177499, CI15850, CI172000, CI77007, CI45380, CI77266, CI77019
Manufactured with FDA approved ingredients .
Neon Pigments are NOT FDA Approved and are for Special Effects Purposes Only.
Conforms to ASTM D4236, USP 61 Microbial limit tests, US California Prop 65 and
CE-EN71 part 3: 1994.
How to use
How to use
IF YOU USE THE SAME AIRBRUSH FOR WATERBASED BODY PAINTS AND OUR ELEVATE HYBRID ALCOHOL BASED BODY PAINT, BE SURE TO RUN DENATURED ALCOHOL THROUGH THE GUN BEFORE CHANGING OVER FROM WATERBASED PAINTS TO ALCOHOL BASED PAINTS. IT WILL CLOG YOUR GUN IF YOU DON’T DO THIS FIRST.
Follow these simple steps to apply Elevate Hyvrid Alcohol Body Paint:
- Shake the bottle for a minimum of 30 seconds to insure proper dispersion of pigments.
- Clean the area of the skin with rubbing alcohol.
- If using stencils, lightly attach stencil to the skin. (Follow stencil maker guidelines.)
- Spray the paint in light layers to avoid runs.
- Repeat step 4 until desired affect is reached. Allow to dry.
- Carefully remove stencil.
Removing Body Paint: Because this body paint holds up to moisture, water alone will not remove it. Wipe the area with baby oil, makeup remover or lather the area with liquid soap first [without using water], then rinse with warm water and more soap.
For full body painting: lather with liquid soap and no water. Then shower as usual with soap and water. Rubbing alcohol can be added to the soap for quick removal if necessary.
Care: Avoid applying in areas that will be constantly rubbed by tight clothing.
Air Brush Cleaning: To make cleaning your airbrush easier, use denatured alcohol. Isopropyl alcohol will work but takes much longer to do a good job.
Shipping on average is up to 10 business days. Some products are custom made upon order.
Elevate Your Look
Always Gluten Free and Never Processed in a Shared Facility.
You won't find any animal products or byproducts in our makeup!
We were the FIRST Special Effects Makeup Company to get Leaping Bunny certification and have happily renewed our commitment for the past 10 years.
As a 100% LGBTQ+ owned and operated business we are proud to support and make products for everyone.
When you need a more durable and longer lasting body paint, select from our Elevate Hybrid Body Paint product lineup. Our Elevate Hybrid Body Paint is extremely durable and can last up to 2 or 3 days. This is the perfect body paint for any event that requires extended durability and water resistance. Elevate Hybrid Body Paint can be removed by wiping the area with baby oil, makeup remover or lather the area with soft soap first then wash and repeat. Rubbing alcohol can be used for even faster removal. Our Elevate Hybrid Body Paint was developed with the true professional body painter in mind for spray-ability, coverage, and durability.
Elevate Hybrid Body Paint comes ready to spray right out of the bottle. Do not dilute with water. Simply spray and go. Elevate Hybrid Body Paint dries almost instantly. Although our Elevate Hybrid Body Paint is water cleanup on the skin, it contains cosmetic grade alcohol and no water. Equipment should always be cleaned with alcohol. Colors shown are not exact, but are close to accurate. If you are going to be painting an entire body, it requires between 4 - 6 ounces to cover an average build person; adjust accordingly to fit your needs. Keep in mind that different colors cover better than others. Black is the best while Neon/UV/fluorescent/blacklight colors require the most paint.
Neon/UV/fluorescent/blacklight Pigments contain ingredients that have not yet been approved for use in cosmetics by the FDA. The reason for this is because the FDA has yet to test these Neon/UV Pigments. These pigments have been tested by numerous independent laboratories in the USA and across the globe and they have been found safe. Due to FDA regulations, any item containing Neon/UV Pigments are labeled “For Special Effects Use Only.”