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Encore™ alcohol activated palettes bring to life an array of colors that offer high performance in wear, continuity, and vibrant color payoff. By building off of the reputation of its wildly successful liquid predecessor, Endura "Face Off" Liquid Makeup Paints, Encore provides unparalleled durability and high pigmentation in a wide selection of colors. The palettes are offered in the exact 20 colors (SFX and Undead) as the Endura "Face Off" Paints, along with a specially customized Casualty Simulation SFX Palette.
The palettes have features not found in the other alcohol activated palette brands, such as magnetic case and completely interchangeable magnetic pans, individual ready to use refills, and a very handy removable mixing palette that easily stores in the palette when not in use. Best of all they contain a full measure of color to the top in each of the pans, unlike some of the other brands that have very lean pours in their palettes that appear to only cover the bottom of the pans.
Encore Palettes contain the most highly pigmented inks available on the market so you must use 99% alcohol to activate the color for best results. We recommend 99% alcohol products such as REEL Creations Alcohol Based Developer, MM-1182, Telesis ISO-GEL, MM-1111 , or the Skin Illustrator Slow Activator, MM-1205 to ensure good mixing down of color in the pan.
The SFX "Face Off" Edition Palette contains the following 10 colors, which are an exact match to the Endura SFX Face Off Liquid Paint Colors MM-1423 :
The Undead Face Off Edition Palette contains the following 10 colors, which are an exact match to the Endura Undead "Face Off "Liquid Paint Colors MM-1424 :
The Casualty Simulation SFX Palette, was custom created for Paint and Powder Cosmetics, contains the following 10 colors, which are an exact match to any of the Endura "Face Off" SFX or Undead Liquid Paint Colors of the same name. They are a fantastic collection of the most used colors for casualty simulation effects:
The colors easily remove with alcohol base cleanser, such as Vapore Alcohol Based Makeup Remover, MM-1437 .