I failed to mention in the tutorial if you have hair be careful to protect it from the plaster!!!! I've seen on the internet and been told that a bathing cap can be used for this. They are very elastic.
Okay, I just have a question. You said not to use this tutorial if you have sensitive skin. My skin is more sensitive to mint (most facial masks). Should I be okay using this? Because I know my skin doesn't react to anything else except for the mint. Thank you!
-raises paw- Definantly use vasaline. I know from expirience why you do. If you don't you risk ripping off facial hair, or, like I accidentaly did, you'll get plaster stuck on your eyelashes, and when you go to whack it off, it falls in and is VERY dangerous. Great tutorial though!
I've seen on the internet and been told that a bathing cap can be used for this. They are very elastic. My girlfriend's got very long hair and she says she would be able to get it all under a bathing cap.......
I live in europe, so I can't really recommend where to buy these bandages in the USA. I've used art shop stuff before on the skin and it has caused no problems, the only problem being it is rather expensive price wise.... The bandages I used here in the tutorial, came through my girlfriend who is a vet.......
It might be worth going to your pharmacy to see the price of this stuff or better still try the internet. (And use the pharmacy prices to compare prices with what you might find on the internet)
Well... I kinda did -.-" (i know it was stupid - i relied only on wet hair [I hoped they wouldn't get stuck in the bandages - they did]). But my hair is more less back to normal so I'm about to make another attemp (with bathing cap this time xD).