Props & prosthetics

Face cast tutorial

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The do it yourself face cast!
To make sure our channel is a one-stop-shop for everything in special effects makeup we decided to do a face cast tutorial as well.Β This will be used in some of our upcoming makeups so make sure you create your own. πŸ™‚

PLEASE NOTE! ONLY USE PLASTER GAUZE ON YOUR FACE.
Do not use regular plaster mix on your skin as it may get too warm when setting.


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Comments

  1. frances coope

    4 days ago

    Ok I’m from uk here whats the oil she used to put in plaster befor filing it x
  2. Creative Sol

    2 weeks ago

    A person would still have to use the glue first before painting the face different colors? Or vise -verse?
  3. sashidoce

    2 weeks ago

    i'm here for my sally face cosplay :<
  4. Tanya Payton

    1 month ago

    Cover your entire face in vasaline because it clings to every baby hair you have
  5. godzillamaste magner

    2 months ago

    Elli is beautiful
  6. Sven Lampe

    2 months ago

    Hello, what is the best way to protect my (long) beard, when doing this?
  7. I Am Groot

    2 months ago

    I'm from the UK pleased can someone tell me where I can get the supplies in person I don't purchase things online due to bad past experience
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  9. Aryhan Laborin

    2 months ago

    After I sealed my face cast in wood glue and let it dried. I tried making a prosthetic out of latex on the face cast and when it dried, and I was pulling it off the dry wood glue cams with it
  10. Jessics Mundy

    3 months ago

    Help why do the wood glue just lift off my cast !!!
  11. Cyberwolf74

    3 months ago

    I did this with paper mache --Water flour and newspaper dipped in strips...
  12. Foxiepaws ACAnderson

    3 months ago

    Pva glue is wonderful lol!
  13. Foxiepaws ACAnderson

    3 months ago

    Ok I have the link to your shop for your own plaster gauze. Excellent!
  14. Berzzzzerk

    3 months ago

    Can anybody please tell me if this will work if I have a beard? Like, a very short well defined beard, not viking style. I still don't want to shave it off. Can I just cover it entirely in vaseline?
  15. Katie SandstrΓΆm

    3 months ago

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  16. Rebecca Rekus

    3 months ago

    For everyone STILL arguing after all this time: I did that TODAY and I still have skin, eyebrows and all. My skin is not dry at all and I didn't have any problems whatsoever. All you have to pay attention to is that you use water below 35Β°C, use plaster gauze that is safe like the ones for pregnancy belly's and coat your face with vaseline or petroleum jelly.
    • Jessica fx

      3 months ago

      There is a very specific plaster that is skin safe. There are many that are not. I disagree with youtibers promoting this technique when they dont talk about the exact products and safety procedures. People who have copied these videos with the wrong materials HAVE given themselves burns and ripped skin off.
  17. Antoniozilla

    3 months ago

    0:10 my wallpaper
  18. wizpiez

    3 months ago

    I’m terrified of doing this, because while waiting for the plaster to dry on my face, my family’s gonna make me laugh and I’m probably gonna ruin it
  19. Purgatorrri

    4 months ago

    Disclaimer: Hurts like HELL to take it off :S But it does work and once you have one you won't have to make another for some time, so there's that...
  20. Lewis Cooke

    4 months ago

    Isn't the plaster gause basically plaster of Paris which is poisonus?
    • Otis Cayson Zapien

      3 months ago

      No, there are specific plasters used for cosmetics, which are safe to use and do not poison/burn your skin.
  21. Eric Von Zipper

    4 months ago

    All the sanding and layering of glue defeats the purpose of face casting and that is detail.
  22. Ashleigh Fairfield

    4 months ago

    why can't we use normal gauze
  23. Shailyn Lane

    4 months ago

    I wish I knew how to fix a styrofoam head to make the face cast... I couldn’t find the face plaster so I got a manikin head but now I’m not sure how to prep it. Freaking out.
  24. TheEvrLastingGmr YT

    4 months ago

    0:27 That sounded like auto-tune lol...
    • Elia

      1 month ago

      TheEvrLastingGmr YT πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚true
  25. TheDrblu

    4 months ago

    Ell I is so hot even with no makeup
  26. CAKRPE Gaming

    4 months ago

    Are you from Denmark?
  27. Ashley Bailey

    4 months ago

    Is memory mold or some type of clay a good substitute for this?
  28. omar tabora

    5 months ago

    Do you guys have any links to where I can order the materials needed to do this?
  29. aaron lenzendorf

    5 months ago

    by oil do they mean olive oil
  30. Gabriel Maximus

    5 months ago

    I wanna do this and paint it exactly like me and get a scarecrow body and just have it sitting on the sofa or looking out of the window when I leave the house πŸ˜‚
  31. Cj Cutsforth

    6 months ago

    I need a little help. Right now I'm looking for plaster gauze for casting my face and the one I'm looking at says it's good for belly casting, does that mean it's ok to put on my skin?
  32. Kawaii Squid

    6 months ago

    Im teaching myself SFX makeup andfor one of my prosthetics i needed a face mold. i had gitten a mask making kit a few years prior that had plaster gauze soidecided to use that. i use vasaline to cover my eyebros and any extra baby hair and started working. i had no complications untill it needed to be taken off. as my hair is quite thick, when i added the vasaline some hair didnt stick down and got pulled away(which was enevitably quite painful).so dear commenters wh are deciding to do this: although the plaster gauze didn't dry up my skin, it was ecedingly painful to remove, so unless you have the proper materials(a nice oil or vasolie as well), i would not recomend using this method.
  33. RefΓΊgio Dos Patetas

    6 months ago

    Doido isso e muito legal doido.
  34. the real tea sis

    7 months ago

    How many rolls of plaster gauze did you use?
  35. naima pintar

    7 months ago

    Where can i buy this plaster powder?
  36. Andrea Sosito

    7 months ago

    hi elimax i subscribe
  37. Suga Bless

    8 months ago

    I read the thumbnail as β€œface mask: sexuality tutorial” and I had to look like 3 times to read it correctly
  38. Lorraine sfx MUA

    8 months ago

    Elli looks so pretty without makeup😘
  39. Pulchra Morte

    8 months ago

    Omg, I love ellie's voice😊
  40. Surreal

    9 months ago

    can we use the first plaster step as a mold?
  41. Lauren Bennett

    9 months ago

    Omg. I did this last night and MAN I wish I face planted the Vaseline instead of just putting it on my brows and under eye area. It came off easily where I had Vaseline.. but as for the rest of my face, it hurt. And it did not want to come off no matter how hard I tried. I basically just had to rip it off. A couple things: I covered my hair with plastic wrap and kept it in place on my forehead using liquid latex as an adhesiveβ€”I don’t think it’s worth risking your hair falling into the plaster. And this video made it look so easy but taking it off did not go that smoothly for me at all. I’m very happy to have my own face cast but there has to be a better way of doing this. Maybe covering your whole face in Vaseline would help the mask come off? Idk good luck >.<
    • TrashPanda Central

      1 month ago

      What product did you use?
    • Fellipe Bianco

      3 months ago

      Lauren Bennett l
    • Tanya Yexley

      4 months ago

      Lauren Bennett yeah, when I took mine off I nearly broke mine completely. Luckily, I managed to save it. Putting the mixture into the face cast was also different. When it got to the creamy texture it began to dry quickly so hopefully when I take it out there won’t be any lumps, but the back does look lumpy. Maybe I could sand it so it’s smooth
  42. Muhammad Zahir Kahan

    10 months ago

    I had being wondering is Elli a goth because she is cute please say yes I'm a emo we will get along
  43. Madeline Palumbo

    10 months ago

    What is this β€˜plaster gause’???
  44. tricia19632004

    10 months ago

    Hello. I want to make a mask to wear for a cosplay of Lele who is the female volcano in Pixair’s short film β€œLAVA”. It is at the beginning of the movie β€œInside Out”. I need a mold that will hold up to thermoplastic and heat gun. Do you think this plaster cast would work?
  45. BastiΓ‘n GonzΓ‘lez

    11 months ago

    After I had my face cast done with the leyers of white glue I started modeling with clay and the white glue got wet again and it peeled off :( why is that???
  46. Alora Wolf

    11 months ago

    Can you use mod podge instead of wood glue?
  47. Keira Delaney

    11 months ago

    This is the plaster they use for those who don't know https://panduro.com/da-dk/products/stobning/gips/gips/hobbygips-15-kg-101519
  48. Johanna Luther Petersen

    11 months ago

    Wierd he says woodglue but she is using hobbyglue
  49. Sazzy P

    11 months ago

    Do you have a product list for everything you need from start to finish to create One?
  50. Geb Universe

    1 year ago

    Lol I loved how at the end she said Eats all gud Well at least that’s how I heard it
  51. Nicole Tinoco

    1 year ago

    Can I use normal gauze and dip it in the plaster mixture instead of using plaster gauze?
  52. Carla Penaut Cream

    1 year ago

    Hi Elli! Im not speach inglish very well and i cant hear well what products do you use, in your descriptions do not appear neither, and i asking if its possible in the description of your videos you can put links or a list of products to find them more easily. I would greatly appreciate it. TY! :)
  53. Adam Shaban

    1 year ago

    Wait ? You dip the plaster in water right?
  54. Lord of Vipers

    1 year ago

    How long did you wait before pouring the plaster into the mold?
  55. Milena Scerri

    1 year ago

    Dip the plaster gauze in what?
  56. Megan Verleysen

    1 year ago

    Omg. Is Ellie actually not wearing fake nails???
  57. Marcella Brittl

    1 year ago

    Questions: 1. what type of oil did u use for the finished dried casting face??? Did u use the Vaseline for the whole face or just only the eyebrows to cover??? Cuz I like to make that on my own when I get home from the trip. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸŽ¨πŸŽ¨πŸŽ¨
  58. Maryah Garrison

    1 year ago

    I can never get my plaster right any tips ): I have done it twice and it just dries way too fast. Not enough water??
  59. Yes I have been looking for a video like this
  60. Angelina McKnight

    1 year ago

    I have a question. Would you be able to use ultra cal 30 for the face pour instead of plaster, so it's less brittle?
  61. xI Psychose Ix

    1 year ago

    Shes hot
  62. Madrid Dianne

    1 year ago

    The other tutorials looks so scary. They cover thick layer on their faces and struggle to remove it. This one looks easy :) thank you for sharing this tutorial. Definitely doing this one
  63. Jazmin Holguin

    1 year ago

    Does anyone know where I can find the gauze and plaster at and what kind
  64. Tierra NiCole

    1 year ago

    Where can I get plaster gauze from?
  65. Alma Lozano

    1 year ago

    What did u mix the gauze in with
  66. alexander morrison

    1 year ago

    Pmsl camera man steering towards her jiggling boobs hehe nice
  67. BlackSkeletonParade

    1 year ago

    What type of plaster powder do you use to pour into your plaster gauze mask? Any recommendations?
  68. JJ Schupp

    1 year ago

    I put Vaseline all over my face and tape over my eyebrows and it worked fine
  69. Jade Ervin

    1 year ago

    Someone please tell me what kind of plaster gauze she uses?? I was going to do it the β€œright way” but shipping for the supplies on brick the yard was $33!!! I can’t afford that!!
    • shashi nanayakkara

      4 months ago

      @Ebony Harper where did you buy it??did you online order it?
    • Jade Ervin

      1 year ago

      Ebony Harper thanks for replying! I ordered a kit already but I’ll definitely have to check that out!
    • Ebony Harper

      1 year ago

      I just made mine a few days ago and I bought a Plaster gauze called β€˜Mod Roc’ and it worked perfectly! I’m from the UK but it was only a Β£1!
  70. TΓ©a Tan-Ramos

    1 year ago

    My face cast started growing mold? Why is this happening? Please help!
  71. Beauty by Lydia B

    1 year ago

    Just created my face cast using this tutorial!!! Waiting for it to set overnight and can't wait to play!! I LOVE THIS CHANNEL!!! XOXO - Beauty By Lydia B
  72. Fawkes Pryde

    1 year ago

    Subtle boob zoom.... i like it
  73. Hunter80843

    1 year ago

    Only thing I regret...is not shaving my face ouchie but worked perfect!
  74. allymak19

    1 year ago

    couldn't you use paper mache for the base if you have enough layers
  75. Slowly_Dying_Inside

    1 year ago

    I'm about to be blind while it dries and I'm a glasses person πŸ˜‚. Oh well and I won't be able to talk. That will drive me insane but my mom is happy I won't be able to annoy her for a while.