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Should closely approximate the light refractive characteristics of skin.

Restorative Waxes

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Various waxes, oils, starch, pigments, and scent.

Composition of Restorative Waxes

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Like grease and will not adhere to tissues which are not firm and dry.

Properties of Restorative Waxes

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  • Soft (surface restorer)
  • Medium (restorative)
  • Firm (wound filler)
  • Lip-wax

Types of Restorative Waxes

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For small surface repairs.

Soft (Surface Restorer)

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Firmer wax.

Medium (Restorative)

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The hardest wax.

Firm (Wound Filler)

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Very soft.

Lip Wax

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Match the color of the wax to be used with the color of the applied cosmetics.

When Applying Restorative Waxes

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  • Selecting the color of wax
  • Mixing colored waxes
  • Mixing a cream cosmetic with wax

Matching wax to cosmetics is best as it is noticed when:

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Will eliminate the need for matching since both surfaces will be masked by its application.

Opaque Cosmetics

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Examine a thick, smooth sample.

To check the color of the wax with the applied coloring

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  • The color of the wax should be a little less vivid (slightly lighter) than the applied coloring.
  • Adjunct by the superficial application of the colorant that is lacking.

If you plan to approximate the wax color and make corrections after application:

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It is much easier to __1__ wax than it is to make it __2__.

  1. Darken
  2. Lighter

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  • One color matching
  • Two color matching
  • Multi color matching

Selection and Matching With Colored Wax

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Some are:

  • Made to match approximate complexion colors.
  • To be mixed together.
  • To be mixed with cosmetics.

The colored waxes available are intended for different uses.

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Waxes made to match approximate complexion colors.

  • Straw-colored wax
  • Other colors

One Color Matching

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  • Many caucasians
  • Light-skin African-Americans
  • Asians

Straw-colored Wax is Effective on Many complexions

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  • Razor burns
  • Sutured incisions
  • Small lacerations
  • Abrasions

Straw-colored Wax is Effective for Many Surface Restorations:

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Those who purchase the entire range of colored waxes will be able to accomodate a wider range of complexions:

  • Dark
  • Medium or Dark (African-American)
  • Dark Asian

Other Colors of Wax

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Mixing two colors of wax together when one color is not sufficient.

  • "Bulk" color
  • Second color

Two Color Matching

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This is the first wax selected, that should be the closest to the applied coloring:

  • Lighter or least vivid is desirable

"Bulk" Color

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This darker (or more vivid) color is gradually mixed into the bulk color to obtain the desired color.

The Second Color

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Used chiefly for large scale restorations.

  • Supplies a great latitude in solving "problem" cases.
  • "Color Complex"

Multi-Color Matching

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Basic colors of wax available from some manufacturers.

  • White
  • Yellow
  • Red
  • Brown

"Color Complex"

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Another technique for wax coloring.

Cosmetics Mixed with Wax

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The same transparent cream cosmetic or pigment powder used for the complexion coloring may be mixed with the wax.

When no Discoloration is Involved

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Transparent liquid cosmetics for example have a vehicle not mixable with wax (alcohol).

Not all Cosmetics can be Mixed With Wax

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  • Minor surface restorations (razor burns, sutured incisions)
  • Large area restoration

For Oil Based Transparent Cream Cosmetics Mixed with Wax

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Wax mixed with a unitary cream cosmetic with an oily vehicle.

Minor Surface Restorations (Razor burns, sutured incisions).

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Wax mixed with coordinating oil based complexion compounds allow the greatest latitude for color matching.

Large Area Restoration

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  • To stimulate the denser (non-translucent) type of lip wax
  • Or ornamental purposes
  • For non-ornamental purposes

Concersion of Surface Restorer Wax into Lip Wax

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Mix cream rouge with restorative wax.

  • If a firmer wax is used, compensate by adding a small amount of white petroleum jelly.

To stimulate the dense (non-translucent) Type of Lip-Wax

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  • Brillant yellowish-red
  • Brownish-red
  • Pure red

For Ornamental Purposes (for lips) use:

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  • Light, medium, or dark complexion red
  • To mottle- apply several dabs of brown

For Non-Ornamental Treatment (for lips) use:

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  • Mucous membranes
  • Integumentary part

Where to Apply Wax and Cosmetics (on lips)

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  • Wax- lip wax
  • Cosmetic- lip cosmetic

Mucous Membranes

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  • Wax- flesh-colored wax
  • Cosmetic- complexion cosmetics

Integumentary Portion

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The omission of the irregulary spaced vertical lines of the mucous membranes.

  • Fixed by vertical application

Major Fault of Lip Waxing

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  • Eliminates sharp margins
  • Reinstates vertical lines

Vertical Application With the Brush

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Another technique for coloring wax.

Pigment Powder Mixed with Wax

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 The range of available colored waxes may be inadequate.

  • Wax may be mixed with:
    • Earthen pigments
    • Pigment powders

For medium-dark and dark-brown African-American complexions

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  • Add the pigment powder progressively
  • Add a small amount of white petroleum jelly if necessary to counteract the powder.

To Achieve the Correct Color

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Performed on abrasions, skin slip, etc., where the tissue discoloration will "show" through the wax unless cosmetically masked.

  • Trim any rough edges which may protrude through the applied wax.

Cosmetic Undercoat Applied Before Waxing

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  • Mot satisfactory type
  • Opaque Cream Cosmetic

Types of Undercoats

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A quick drying opaque liquid.

Mot Satisfactory Type

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Used before opaque liquids where available.

  • Most susceptible to accidental removal when applying wax.
  • Must be dried with a powder before applying wax.

Opaque Cream Cosmetic (As undercoat)

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The same as or slightly lighter than the complexion color.

Color of the Undercoat

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  • A small soft brush
  • Cream cosmetic
  • Spray undercoat

Application of the Undercoat

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Used for any type except spray.

A small, soft brush

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Should be powdered

Cream cosmetic

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Even with a templet (frisket) the spray may exceed the area.

  • Before the undercoat dries, feather it out.

Spray Undercoat

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Shoud closely approximate the applied complexion coloring.

Color of the Wax

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  • Any removed undercoat should be repaired.
  • Do not spread the wax across the area.
    • spreading may remove the undercoat
    • Creates a flat contour

Application of Wax on the Undercoat

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  • Place the flattened mass of wax in the middle of the area.
  • With a spatula, taper the wax toward the margins.

Correct Application of Wax on an Undercoat

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Restorative wax is primarily a grease-like material, so in general:

  • Water or alcohol vehicle cosmetics are ineffective.
  • Oil-like vehicle cosmetics will be compatible.

Cosmetic Application Upon a Wax Surface

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  • Firming time
  • Dusting with powder
  • Liquid sealer applied over wax

Methods of Conditioning a Wax Surface for Cosmetics

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Allow the wax to return to its original consistency

  • if the surface was polished with a wax solvent, allow 10-15 minutes for it to evaporate.
  • If massage cream or petroleum jelly was used on fingers and instruments to prevent sticking, brush the surface with a volatile chemical to remove the excess oil.

Firming Time

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Done when the surface is tacky or slightly oily.

  • Dust with loose drying powder and remove minutes later.
  • When semi-opaque cream cosmetics are used- a massage cream base is required, so an oily surface is no problem.

Dusting with Powder

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Is necessary if opaque liquid cosmetics are to be used.

  • Simulate pores and wrinkles before sealing.

Liquid Sealer Applied Over Wax

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Applications are done carefully to avoid damage to the wax surface.

  • Liquid cosmetics
  • Cream cosmetics
  • Powder cosmetics

Teqchniques of Cosmetic Application on the Wax Surface

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Use a soft brush.

Liquid Cosmetics

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  • Warm cosmetics by spreading thinly on the palm, add massage cream if necessary.
  • Apply to the surface by tapping with the finger and blending with a soft texturizing brush.
  • Large Restorations- Apply cosmetics in smears with a soft brush and blend with a soft texturizing brush.

Cream Cosmetics

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  • Thinly coat the surface with massage cream.
  • Apply powder with a powder buff (soft brush)

Powder Cosmetics

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  • Usually color adjustments to the wax surface are made with the same cosmetic applied to the skin.
  • However, if necessary, other types of cosmetics may be used on the wax.
    • Unitary cream compounds (oil base)
    • Coordinating compounds

Substitution of Cosmetics for Application on Wax

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Are more dense and have greater influence on color.

Unitary Cream Compounds (oil base)

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Allow greater latitude becuase the proportion of each compound can be altered.

Coordinating Compounds

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Adjustments are difficult at best.

  • Blotting the surface with a damn towel to remove powder may be helpful.
  • Corrections involving red- Apply a dry rouge
  • Dense cosmetic creams:
    • remove powder
    • Thin cosmetic with massage cream and apply
    • Repowder

Adjustments of the Color of Wax After Powdering

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  • Generally, furrows (wrinkles) should be drawn before pores are simulated.
  • Pores can be simulated before, after or simultaneous with complexion coloring

Skin-Texture Simulation