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Mumblemore
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E-bay has doll "touch up" paint and other flesh tones available, but does anyone know the shade or hue that palmos and dye tubes come in?

Thanks.
Jef Eaton
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I bought some flesh paint from bobbovent1 on ebay and it is a nice flat color to cover dye tubes. You might check him out .
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I had an idea of going to a hardware store and having them match up my hand color to a flat paint. That way, its exact.
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Payne
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Go to a hobby store that specializes in military models. They usually have several types of flesh coloured paint in a range of hues.

Mannequin paint works very well also if you can find it
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Forget paint... Use fabric bandaids! It looks great and adds a bit of extra "grip" so you feel more comfortable about not dropping it!

I have been using it on all of my "flesh colored" props for years and absolutely love it!

Lyndel

P.S. I usually cut away the actual "bandage" part of the bandaid and just use the sticky part of it. Works great!
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Walmart has some different shades of flesh-colored, acrylic paints in the craft department.

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I've been using an acrylic paint called "skintone" (Hobby Lobby) - but I really like the Bandaid idea. I'm going to give that a try. Thanks Lyndel.

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