Best Vampire Prosthetics

Some of the most realistic & vicious looking vampires in the movies & television are usually the ones that stand out and are most memorable.

Names such as Angel & Spike from Buffy The Vampire Slayer & Angel played by James Marsters & David Boreanaz; in addition to David & Michael from The Lost Boys played by Kiefer Sutherland & Jason Patric.

These characters portrayed the vampire in a monstrous fashion incorporating all the elements needed to bring a scare to viewers watching the films.  Factoring elements such as professional Vampire teeth & FX contact lenses which is a must for vampires behind the camera.  Can also be powerful for everyday purposes — and paired with Vampire costumes for Halloween or anytime.  Also combine with some of our top-of-the-line vampire blood products.

However, most people don’t go the extra step incorporating do it yourself Vampire prosthetics.

A Vampire prosthetic is an artificial latex extension that goes in place of a missing or lack of facial feature — resulting in an exaggerated & pronounced cheekbone, brow, & forehead area.

Vampire ProstheticsAngel Vampire Prosthetic

Angel – He’s part hero, part tortured soul, All man!

A theatrical quality latex vampire prosthetic piece for any vampire costume.  Very professional, light, flexible and comfortable.  Adapts to facial expressions, allowing you free to talk, smile, eat & drink.  The application process includes instructions for both prosthetic and makeup.

Latex piece comes ready to apply, color, and wear.

Come learn more about the Angel prosthetic mask.

How To Apply Prosthetic Mask

Fact of the matter is, most people don’t think Vampire prosthetics are available commercially.  Some feel that the prosthetic application process  is too difficult and can only be applied by a professional special effects team.

In actuality, to create a professional vampire look with prosthetics can be a simple task with step by step instructions.

Below, I’ve provided a video which gives you step by step instruction in how to apply a prosthetic mask.  Covering everything in the application process — latex, makeup, spirit gum & remover, etc.