VANCOUVER, British Columbia—A couple of months ago, I found myself at a glazing store in Vancouver, BC, and was struck by the unusual amount of products in stock.
The glazing was sold out.
The place was empty.
It was a great moment.
I was a little hesitant to go in, as I was still on a bit of a budget for the week ahead.
But I was not ready to put anything else on my face until I knew I had everything I needed to complete the project.
This is the process of double glaze putty.
I bought two rolls of putty from a local glazing supplier.
I put some on my nose, forehead and chin, along with a few drops of liquid putty on the sides of my face.
I then applied it to my face using a sponge to create the desired effect.
The process takes anywhere from 20 to 50 minutes.
Once the first coat is done, I then add a few more coats of liquid latex, then the final coat.
I do this for about 20 to 30 minutes.
After a few minutes, the liquid latex is completely cured.
This ensures that the double glazes stick to my skin and are even.
After the final coating is applied, I put a little bit of liquid rubber on the surface to protect it from the air.
This takes about 30 to 40 minutes.
The final step is to place the mask on.
I don’t have a mask with me at the moment, so I use my face mask to help protect my face from the spray.
I like to use a double glazed face mask that protects my eyes, so it’s hard to tell what I’m applying.
Once I have the mask put on, I use the double glue to secure the mask.
It’s all done in about 45 minutes.
I don’t like to apply double glazer, but I found that I could put the mask over the mask and the putty just covered it up.
It’s so much better to not apply double, which is a bit more complicated.
I really like the way the mask looks, and the look of the double is very different to the original putty used to make the mask, so that makes it really easy to apply.
This makes for a really quick application.