Each Pros-Aide Transfer you order will come with a complete set of written instructions inside the packaging.
However, if your instruction sheet happens to become lost or destroyed, you can always refer back to this page.
Peel the clear acetate sheet from the back of
(If the prosthetic sticks, use a little 99% isopropyl
alcohol & a Q-tip to separate).
Cut the paper around the prosthetic, leaving at
least ½ inch.
Hold the piece up to the area where it is
intended to be applied; make certain that you are confident in the correct
Apply a small amount of Pros-Aide adhesive to
the exposed back of the prosthetic, and to the area of skin where the
prosthetic will be applied (be extra careful when applying around the eye area).
Wait briefly for the wet & newly applied adhesive
to become clear and dry, but still sticky.
Keeping certain of the placement, press the
sticky back of the piece lightly to the skin (paper side facing up).
7. Gently, but thoroughly, press all areas of the piece down
against the skin.
Using a very damp cloth or sponge, wet the back
piece of paper, while holding the prosthetic firmly in position.
enough, you will start to feel the paper slide off from the back of the
After the paper has been completely dampened, slowly
peel it off from the prosthetic completely.
Use a Q-tip and 99% isopropyl alcohol to blend
down any noticeable edges (again, taking extra caution when applying around the eye).
Paint the piece using your choice of water, oil,
or alcohol-based makeup.