How To Choose Your Clown Nose

How to choose Your Clown Nose

Are you searching for a clown nose? Do you want to be a perfect clown?

Then you are at the right place.

Choosing the appropriate clown nose is not really a challenging feat. Despite the fact that the classic red-shiny-round nose has been a tradition for years, you no longer have to stick with the tried and authentic look of the past.

Still, it should be done with care and consideration after carefully considering the many options Shapes, sizes, finish styles, and materials are all available in a broad variety of ways nowadays. To guide you in your quest for a clown nose, the following are some ideas for you to consider.

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Size and Comfort

The importance of comfort cannot be overstated; a correct fit will allow you to utilize the clown nose for extended periods of time without feeling nauseated. If the nose you choose is just too big, it may not cling appropriately to the surface of your own nose, resulting in the fake nose slipping off.

However, you may use infill material to fill up the excess space, resulting in a snug fit for your phony nose. Almost all noses with a foam interior can be shaved down to a more comfortable size for your face shape if the one you prefer is too large.

A smooth latex-style nose does not have any substance inside and is usually large enough to accommodate the majority of people. If you have a soft latex nose, you may find yourself in need of the filler putty we suggested earlier in order to achieve a secure fit.

Talking about putty, back in the day of the circus, inevitable clowns would make their entire noses out of putty, an art form that has largely died out over the years.

If you don’t want a full clown nose at all, you can go for a nose tip, which is a more subtle choice. Nose tips are available in various shapes and sizes, ranging from a simple round tip to heart and flower-shaped tips.

Colors and Surface Finishes

You can choose between a glittering clear coat or a flat matte finish for the clown’s nose when it comes to the finish. It’s entirely up to you which option you go with. Also offered are flesh-toned noses, perfect for a Tramp clown look.

In addition to shiny noses, you may also pick for something completely different, like a pink nose with sparkles, which gives you more creative freedom and allows you to customize your clown face in any way you like.

It’s up to the artist and how the nose fits with the overall appearance of your clown character if the Aguste clown opts for a soft matte finish over a brilliant red or flesh-colored character style.

Miles the Tramp has a flesh-colored nose, while our white-faced clown Tippy has a typical shining red nose. Both noses go well with their costumes. In the following image, you can see a variety of forms, colors, and finishes available.

How to stick your clown nose (sticky situation)

You have this tremendous new nose, but how are you going to attach it to your face? When it comes to adhesives, there are a few alternatives; While spirit gum, which has been around for decades, is a tried and reliable adhesive, some people require a different approach when it comes to keeping their nose in place.

Latex adhesives are another option; they retain their flexibility after drying, and some find them more comfortable than spirit gum.

Adhesive tape is a less dirty option than liquid adhesives; as always, figure out what’s right for you. Ascertain that you do not have a latex allergy, as this would be detrimental to your skin. Always keep the appropriate adhesive remover on hand; adhesives and removers are not interchangeable.

If you’re using a medical-grade glue, spirit gum remover may not work correctly. If you’re allergic to or sensitive to any adhesives or removers, you can use a string kit instead. These kits work with most professional-grade noses.

Maintain order and cleanliness at all times

Cleaning the inside of your clown nose after each usage will help extend the life of your clown nose and ensure that it fits properly. Just use a cotton swab or sponge dipped in adhesive remover to wipe out the inside of your clown nose.

Although you may not be able to remove all of the adhesive, removing the majority of it will help to prevent the excess buildup from affecting the fit. Excess glue may adhere to the exterior of your clown nose from time to time; a small amount of adhesive remover applied to a cotton ball will wipe this off and leave your nose looking fantastic.

Always adhere to any special care instructions provided by the nose manufacturer; some adhesives and strippers may cause damage to your nose type if they are not used properly on your specific nose type. After all of this excellent nose-picking information is at your fingertips, we hope you will go out and pick a winner!

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