Thelma Assis, Thelminha Clone/Instagram
After many comments about her costume at Sephora’s Halloween party, Thelma Assis demonstrated step-by-step preparation for her appearance. The doctor explained on social media the process of putting on a mask.
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According to the former BBB, she had to sit down for a plaster prosthesis, and after making the mask, the digital influencer spent three hours getting ready to dance.
“The idea was to do an ET test, but first we needed a head with precise measurements. So the method was to literally put a mold on my head. I spent some time breathing through my mouth and asking myself: ‘Oh, my God.’ And he said: ‘Oh, Dad. Could it work? In the end, guys, everything went well. It was very peaceful. “There was enough time to wait for the material to dry.”
He added: “The boys came with a blunt saw and made this plaster head, which served as a base for this prosthetic to be built on top of, which I loved. A week later, they came back to finish making this.” “They worked very artistically, practically done with four hands. They spent about three hours there in great anticipation of the result.”
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In addition to Thelma Assis, other celebrities dared to wear party costumes. Deborah Cicco was dressed as “The Mask”, with green face paint and yellow clothes, in the character’s signature colors. Yvette Sangallo arrived with her face covered in her characterization as a burned-out bride.
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