15″ Tall Male Mannequin Head Durable Plastic Flesh (50013)

May 2, 2019 - Comment

Product Features Strong and solid construction. Style: Abstract. Material: Durable PE Plastic. Height: 15 inches. Circumference: 22″. Neck Measurements: 14 Inches. All measurements are approximate and are non binding. Full front, back and sides mannequin head Great for molding and displaying hats, wigs and jewlery If item falls on its nose and dents, just place

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(as of April 20, 2020 5:07 am GMT-0400 - Details)

Product Features

  • Strong and solid construction. Style: Abstract. Material: Durable PE Plastic.
  • Height: 15 inches. Circumference: 22″. Neck Measurements: 14 Inches. All measurements are approximate and are non binding.
  • Full front, back and sides mannequin head
  • Great for molding and displaying hats, wigs and jewlery
  • If item falls on its nose and dents, just place it in front of a heater or blow dryer within 6 inches for 60 seconds and it will pop right out.

Comments

Anonymous says:

AMAZING My wife LOVES this mannequin head. She uses it for SFX makeup sculpting and it has taken a beating but still looks nice. It’s withstood clay reheating, resin casting, airbrushing, silicone appliance storage and more. This is a durable and very well balanced mannequin head.

Anonymous says:

I like it. It’s sturdy enough to hold a resin … I like it. It’s sturdy enough to hold a resin animal head base and not topple over. Its perfect for displaying hats, wigs, what have you. The think I did, however is put felt furniture pads on the bottom to prevent slipping on a table. That’s particularly helpful if you will be using it to sculpt on.Because it is a display mannequin head, it’s head is at an upward angle and the neck is longer than a human neck. I placed 1/2″ feet on the bottom back of the base so the angle is more…

Anonymous says:

Great Value Arrived without defects. Head is hollow, but with a thick shell for a solid construction. The head is heavy enough to stand on its own with objects added without tipping over. I have the HTC Vive VR display on the head, which is fairly front heavy, and it stands on its own. Extremely satisfied.

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