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Pro:Extremely durable. Great for stunts, when a performer needs to be in water, harsh environments, or long shoot daysSuper fast to applyVery thin edges that can be dissolved and blended with alcohol Con:Limited to fairly shallow/flat prostheticsMaterials can be somewhat expensiveNot as much stretch as silicone
Pro:Very inexpensiveEdges can be dissolved and blended with witch hazelCan be made thicker than pros aide appliancesCon:Limited shelf lifeNot as flexible as foam latex or siliconeSensitive to heat on setCan become delicate, rigid, or melt if used for a long timeNot the best option if stunts or physical activity are required
Pro:Extremely flexibleMore durable than gelatinCan be made thicker than pros aide appliancesCan be produced in a variety of formulas to add strength or add flexibility over a wide rangeCan be reused in a pinch if removed carefullyCon:More difficult to produce, often requiring encapsulationMore expensive then gelatin and can be more expensive than pros aide depending on the applicationCan be a bit heavy if prosthetics are large or thick