Cosplaying with liquid latex.

Posted: September 13, 2013 in Cosplay
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ImageHave you ever wanted to be a super hero, or at least dress up like your favorite one? Liquid latex is an easy alternative to sewing some of the skin tight super-suits worn by our favorite comic book characters.

There are hundreds of comic book conventions nationwide throughout the year, though the larger ones like San Diego Comic Con, and Dragon*Con, have already passed this year, there’s no reason you can’t start conceptualizing your costume ideas now!

Liquid latex is easy to work with and in some cases comes closer to replicating most costumes than a suit made from fabric could. Once applied, it will stay in place until you’re ready to take it off, and it’s a lot more comfortable to wear in a hot and crowded convention hall.

Once you’ve chosen your hero, you can head over to our website and pick out your colors. Most heroes costumes can be accomplished with primary colors, but if you’ve chosen something more specific, you can mix colors to create any shade you need.

Don’t forget, Halloween is just around the corner, and cosplaying is not restricted to conventions, get creative and show off your super powers! is the most trusted source for the best Liquid Latex Body Paint online. We offer over 30 standard colors including metallic and glow in the dark fluorescent colors and have the ability to match any color you need.
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