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I just use vaseline. I've never had a problem. I have them cover their whole
face and then I usually check to make sure the eyes and hairline are well
covered, but not goopy. We make half masks due to time and budget. Betsy
> I remember someone mentioned that they used wet paper towels to cover
> the face .... then they had the kids apply paris craft strips over the
> towels to form face impressions for mask making. How messy did this
> technique get? I really want nice face formations. Any special tips?
> I've used tin foil in the past. Tin foil will not get flat enough and
> form fitting enough to create the smooth facial surface I need for this
> project. The wet paper towel method sounds interesting but I teach high
> school and you all know how fussy high school kids are about their
> appearance - especially the girls!!! Any suggestions would be greatly
> appreciated as always.
> Donna -
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