Kett Cosmetics launched their FX line around Halloween 2012, but it is a permanent collection on their site. The FX line is somewhat of an extension of their Hydro Proof line, which, by the way, is amazing. These lines contain alcohol, at maybe 70%. The color lasts a while, but it is best to dust over it with cornstarch, baby powder, or clear talc to sort of seal it for longevity.
Kett Fx can be used on skin, foam latex, gelatin, plastic, and silicone but cannot be mixed with water or silicone based products. For those who prefer hand painting with paint brushes, the product can be poured into palettes, dried out, then reactivated with alcohol.
Monster is described on the Kett site as “Frankenstein meets Wicked green.” The hue is more of a chartreuse. It is bested applied through their .44 mm brush. Typically, alcohol based makeup is dense and has thicker particles, making it more difficult to be pushed through the airbrush gun and requiring a higher PSI.
Monster was tested using an Iwata HP Revolution (.5 mm) gun with the SmartJet. It is a nice color but does not show well on medium olive skin. Alcohol based makeup should be applied sparingly; otherwise, it will crack and appear unnatural.
The product requires a ridiculous amount of shaking, because the color settles. No amount of shaking on part of the author was able to get it to mix properly and be as true as the color is presented on the Kett website. It was a little difficult with which to work, so be prepared to have a sore arm when using this product.