Devil Horns – 3D FX Transfers

Devil Horns – 3D FX Transfers


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3D FX Transfers, the revolutionary new prosthetic. This technology garnered Tinsley Transfers an Academy Award for Technical Achievement. Easy to apply, self blending, no need for any glues or messy adhesives and looks absolutely real.

Additional information

Weight0.20312499982087 lbs
Dimensions1 × 7 × 11 in

6 reviews for Devil Horns – 3D FX Transfers

  1. 4 out of 5

    [email protected]

    I love the horns and they are awesome but I used then fit working at a non-profit haunted house and being thay are a one time application (hence 4*’s) I can’t reused them. I can’t afford to drop another $120ish to get the rest of this season. If I could done how get the 8-10 more sets I would need for $40-50 done deal. But if your looking for a onetime thing you can’t go wrong.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Satisfied Customer

    The written directions on the package may be difficult to follow but the instructional video makes it easy! It stayed on all night long! Removal was also a snap. I will be sure to purchase from this manufacturer in the future and will recommend them to all my friends. Thanks for making this a memorable event!

  3. 5 out of 5


    Amazing product! I put the horns on too fast at first, instead of waiting for the fake blood to dry a little. Probably shouldn’t have soaked the wounds with fake blood first.. But once they were on, they stayed on and I danced all night! GREAT stuff.

  4. 5 out of 5


    Wore these to a party and they looked amazing, all night. Got a bunch of compliments. Stuck on great with no issues. Will be purchasing other effects for the coming years

  5. 5 out of 5


    A lot easier to apply then it looks. Read all instructions and watch instructional video before application.

  6. 5 out of 5


    Even though they say it is a one-time use product, I have used them many times (using liquid latex to attach them and tissue paper+liquid latex to make the skin around the base of the horns). Every time I wear them, I get compliments on how realistic they look.

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