After baking the first blush layer, let the parts cool completely. For the next step, we'll be adding the second layer of foundation paint. Lightly moisten the end of your cosmetic foam wedge with odorless thinner (I use the Mona Lisa brand). With a 1/2 inch Maxine's Mop, apply a dot of Flesh 07 and a dot of Flesh 08 to the sponge.
|Genesis Flesh 08 (left) and Flesh 07 (right)|
|Apply the second foundation layer using Flesh 07 and Flesh 08.|
Next, we use our blush color mix to apply blushing details to the head and limbs. Look at pictures of real babies to get ideas for blushing your baby doll in a realistic way.
|Add blushing details to the head with your Maxine's Mop.|
|Add blushing details to the limbs with your Maxine's Mop.|
Bake the parts at 265 degrees Fahrenheit or 130 degrees Celsius. Allow the parts to cool completely before continuing.
If you are interested in an in depth look at color mixing and reborning, I highly recommend The Art of Reborning II - Painting with Genesis Heat Set Paints. (not an affiliate link)
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