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A concealing cosmetic which does not allow light to pass through it.

Opaque Cosmetic

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  • Creates artificial effect
  • May require special (reduced/colored) lighting or a casket veil.
  • Is necessary for hiding visible discolorations

Use of Opaque Cosmetics

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If possible, try to cover the rest of the face with a transparent coloring.

Small Discolorations

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  • Bleach discolorations
  • Undercoat if necessary

Try to use a minimum amount of opaque cosmetics

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Remove all massage cream.

For maximum covering capacity

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Liquid or Cream

Types of Opaque Cosmetics

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  • Spray Cosmetics
    • aerosol bomb
    • manual pump and cosmetics kit
    • airbrush
  • Brush Liquid Cosmetic
    • Latex paint (kit)
    • Opaque cosmetics paint (kit)

Opaque Mortuary Liquid Cosmetics

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Cover areas not to be colored.

  • Aerosol bomb
  • Manual pump and cosmetics kit
  • Airbrush

Spray Cosmetics (opaque)

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Spray can with metal pellets for shaking.

  • Spray 2 feet away using short bursts
  • Stipple powder into the colorant
  • Use dry rouge for warm color areas

Aerosol Bomb

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Includes one hand pump and many tiny bottles of colorant.

  • No powdering- the vehicle evaporates
  • Liquid opaque rouge is applied before drying
  • Transparent cream, liquid or dry rouge is used after drying

Manual Pump and Cosmetics Kit

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Artists tool using an air compressor.

  • Spray paint must be thin and free of particles.
  • Can use brush liquid cosmetic paints and hair dry cleaner in a 50/50 mixture.

Airbrush

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  • Latex paint (kit)
  • Opaque cosmetics paint (kit)

Brush Liquid Cosmetic

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Small metal tubes of paint mixed with water to the desired consistency.

  • Not applied on wax (water)
  • Dries without sheen and will not rub off.

Latex Paint (Kit)

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Glass jars of cosmetic paint with a naphtha-type vehicle.

  • Dries without sheen in 15 minutes to a slightly tacky film.
  • Does not rub off.
  • Do no apply pigment powders unless dry
  • Massage cream will not remove them, use a solvent.
  • Apply by brush, then stipple

Opaque Cosmetics Paint (Kit)

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Available for women with facial discolorations.

  • Birthmarks
  • Leukoderma
  • X-ray burns

 

Ornamental Opaque Cream Cosmetics

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Put together for mortuary purposes.

  • Used on men and women
  • Colors were given numbers

Ornamental Opaque Cream Cosmetics- Modified Kit

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Comes in lipstick form and are used to conceal tiny blemishes.

Ornamental Blemish Creams

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There are 4 techniques recommended.

Concealment of a Small Localized Discoloration

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  • Opaque liquid cosmetic- to undercoat discoloration
  • Semi-opaque cream cosmetic- applied as colorant

Technique #1

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  • A transparent complexion coloring applied to overall area.
  • Opaque cream cosmetic used on discoloration. This is matched with the transparent complexion coloring

Technique #2

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  • Opaque coomplexion applied transparently to the overall area (Darker than the unblemished skin)
  • Another opaque complexion compound applied densly over the discoloratino (lighter than the skin)

Technique #3

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  • Discoloration is barely seen after bleaching.
  • Semi-opaque oil base coordinating creams are employed alone.

Technique #4

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A quick drying liquid opaque cosmetic may be applied to small discoloration and serve as an undercoat for oil-base, semi-opaque base coordinating cream cosmetics.

  • Aerosol spray bomb
  • Brush latex
  • Volatile cosmetic paint

Employment of a Cosmetic Undercoat

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  • Confine spray to the area with a frisket (template) - a cut out paper mask
  • Dries in 15 minutes
  • Remove with soap and water

Aerosol Spray Bomb

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  • Apply with a small brush beyond the discoloration.
  • Dries in 10 minutes
  • Remove with soap and water

Brush Latex

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  • Apply with a brush
  • Lighter than skin
  • Dries in 15 minutes
  • Remove with a hair dry-cleaning chemical (hydrocarbon)

Volatile Cosmetic Paint

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  1. Household spray paint
  2. Arts and crafts paint (White, flesh, brown artists paint)

Emergency Substitutions for Undercoat

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  • Select appropriate color
  • Dries in 15 minutes
  • Remove with turpentine or paint thinner.

Household Spray Paint

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  • Dries in 5 minutes
  • Remove with turpentine

Arts and Crafts Paint

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Should extend about 1/2" beyond the margin.

The Undercoat

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  • Lips
  • Black eye
  • Beard shadow
  • Freckles
  • Moles
  • Birthmarks
  • Red blotches from internal coloring
  • leukoderma
  • Pock marks and prominent hair follicles
  • Discolorations beneath the fingernails
  • Skin unreceptive to opaque cosmetics

Opaque Treatments of Special Areas

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The three techniques of lip rouging apply here.

  • Ornamental lip rouging
  • Natural lip rouging

Opaque Treatment of Lips

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  • The opaque color should be vivid
  • Color is uniform with sharply drawn margins.

Ornamental Lip-Rouging

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  • The opaque color should be complexion-red
  • Alter the color- spot with dots of brown or complexion colorant.
  • Margins should be indistinct

Natural Lip-Rouging

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  • Rarely is limited to the eyelids.
  • During embalming- external pressure
  • After embalming- reduction of swelling may be necessary.
  • Hide the discoloration cosmetically
  • Eye socket is naturally darker- Mix a small amount of brown to the complexion cosmetic, then apply.

Black Eye (Ecchymosis)

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The shaving area on some males that is darker.

  • Reinstate with medium blue-gray applied before powdering.

Beard Shadow

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An uneven distribution of melanin.

  • Locate- photograph or information obtained from the family.
  • Reinstate- with a small brush using brown coloring.
  • Repowder if necessary

Freckles

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  • Reinstate- with a brown colorant
  • Repowder if added after powdering.

Moles

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Reinstate unless they were concealed during life.

Birthmarks

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  • Color unspotted areas with red rouge or basic red pigment.
  • Warm color illumination- will subdue some redness.

Red Blotches From Internal Coloring

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Brown and white spots

  • Determine if they were masked in life with an ornamental cream cosmetic.

Leukoderma

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  • Cosmetics then to "fill" pitted skin and cling to small elevations of hair.
  • Stipple out the excess applied colorant so powder will not mottle the complexion.
  • Stipple out any deposits of powder.

Pock Marks and Prominent Hair Follicles

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  • Fingernail polish will usually correct this.
  • Paint nail with:
    • Volatile opaque cosmetic paint
    • Opaque cream cosmetics- powder
    • Recreate the "half moon"- tint the rest with red.
  • Lift the nail from the surface

Discolorations Beneath the Fingernails

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Coat with liquid sealer.

Skin unreceptive to opaque cosmetics

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Done when more than 50% is discolored.

Concealment of an Extensive Discoloration

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May require an opaque liquid undercoat.

Extensive Dark Discolorations

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  • Remove lanugo to prevent matting.
  • Remove all massage cream
  • Apply cosmetics under funeral setting illumination
  • Keep complexion color slightly dark
  • Variegate the coloring (spray cosmetics)
  • Apply cosmetics beyond the hairline with a lip brush.

Procedure- Concelment of an Extensive Discoloration

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Fuzz-like hair.

Lanugo

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  • Apply cosmetics to one small area at a time (size of half the forehead)
  • Deposit several colors in the area
  • Lightest compound is applied first
  • Darkest compound is applied last
  • Blend the deposits into a non-uniform coloring

Variegated Coloring with Brush or Hand Applied Cosmetics

Procedure A

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  • Apply a uniform complexion colorant- slightly darker than normal.
  • Alter the complexion coloring with normal highlights and shadows
  • Dust with white drying powder.

Variegated Coloring with Brush or Hand Applied Cosmetics

Procedure B