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Old 22-09-2021, 04:07 PM
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Default TPE Make Up Tips n Tricks?

I have done some unsuccessful searches and haven't found any threads with the info I'm after so I figured I'd be annoying and ask something that has probably been covered many times in the past...


Youtube is full of make up how-to videos, so that side of things is well covered.

I'm really interested to know if anyone has any tips and tricks for make up application specifically on TPE?




I guess the big questions I have are:

Is there a way to "seal" makeup so that it doesn't rub off on everything and lasts?

Is there a magic substance that can be used to easily remove make up from TPE?

Are there recommended/not recommended products for TPE?



Sorry, this has all probably been discussed and answered before. If there's a good thread about this please point me that way
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Old 22-09-2021, 04:11 PM
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I have done some unsuccessful searches and haven't found any threads with the info I'm after so I figured I'd be annoying and ask something that has probably been covered many times in the past...


Youtube is full of make up how-to videos, so that side of things is well covered.

I'm really interested to know if anyone has any tips and tricks for make up application specifically on TPE?




I guess the big questions I have are:

Is there a way to "seal" makeup so that it doesn't rub off on everything and lasts?

Is there a magic substance that can be used to easily remove make up from TPE?

Are there recommended/not recommended products for TPE?



Sorry, this has all probably been discussed and answered before. If there's a good thread about this please point me that way
im not so good with most questions but i believe people usual go with powder makeup and not sure about sealing the makeup but for removal i think baby oil or olive oil ???

some i think also mix a little baby oil with the powder make up for lips
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Old 22-09-2021, 04:13 PM
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I guess the big questions I have are:

Is there a way to "seal" makeup so that it doesn't rub off on everything and lasts?
Nope.

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Is there a magic substance that can be used to easily remove make up from TPE?
Mineral Oil / Baby Oil and lots of little sponges.

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Are there recommended/not recommended products for TPE?
I use powder makeup for almost everything. I'd avoid using lipstick - it's toooo sticky & can make a mess.

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Old 22-09-2021, 04:22 PM
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Old 22-09-2021, 04:32 PM
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Cheers for the responses so far.

I wonder what the manufacturers use for factory make up. That lasts and doesn't rub off.

Does anyone use anything unconventional for make up? I was chatting to a guy of TDF a while ago and he said he used Sharpie for eyeliner. That seemed risky to me - I imagine it'd bleed over time. I know sharpies are often used for things like freckles, but I imagine freckles bleeding a bit wouldn't look bad, while eyeliner bleeding would start looking like a panda.
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Old 22-09-2021, 04:34 PM
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Ohhh I just twigged that Gavla was pointing at his signature. I am slow. I'm going to watch all of your videos, thanks a lot!
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Old 22-09-2021, 04:38 PM
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Pretty much what algae said.
Baby oil on wet wipes gets everything off. With my girls i use powdered eye shadow for almost everything. Needs to be powder and not cream based as they are too greasy.
For fine detail like lip liner or eye liner put a drop of baby oil in a spoon then mix some powder in and apply with a fine artist brush.
Ive used sharpies before for eyeliner. Works well but still not permanent.. Too be honest i dont think id be comfortable putting anything on their faces that was permanent. If i made a mistake id be screwed.
I find the best way to be good at make up is to just do it..A LOT!.
It doesn't have to be expensive either. Set of brushes will be about a tenner and make up can be bought cheap in places like B&M or good old primark
If you wanna use real lipstick then use a small brush to apply or it can get messy.
Any little spots that appear in the wrong place can be removed with a cotton bud dipped in baby oil. Wait to dry then use a make up brush to apply some cornflour to the area you just cleaned


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Old 22-09-2021, 04:41 PM
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Mishka Valentino on Youtube has several makeup videos for TPE dolls.
https://www.youtube.com/c/MishkaValentino
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Yep, I use powder makeup, The lips are powder makeup too, then I often apply lip gloss in a similar colour over that just before taking photos, it doesn't last long before it loses it's shine.
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Old 22-09-2021, 04:53 PM
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Mishka Valentino on Youtube has several makeup videos for TPE dolls.
https://www.youtube.com/c/MishkaValentino
Oh gosh, Mishka hates me ever since I spent about 200 on 2 sets of his custom eyes and a bunch of different iris colours, and I had the temerity to complain that half the irises that he sent were so wonky I considered them unusable.

Those eyes he makes are awful. 3d printing ridges all over them. Weird sickly looking eyeball colour. Big glue drips on half of them. I considered selling them on, but I don't think that'd be fair to someone else. I bought some gloss varnish and various grades of sandpaper with the intention of attempting to make them not shit, but then MannequinFan agreed to start shipping to the UK again so I just bought some of his brilliant Easy Move Eyes.

If you're going for custom eyes then the only choice as far as I'm concerned is MannequinFan's amazingly high quality eyes.

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