Recent Examples of latex from the Web
Pierre’s doesn’t carry any kind of latex party masks, though.
Habitat for Humanities ReStores, for example, takes latex paint.
The red latex necklace, which looks like a belt buckled around the neck when worn, appears to have disappeared from the retailer’s website.
Directed by Solange Knowles, the clip features Sza in a number of latex and Lycra bodysuits, which are set against a background of Brutalist-style urban structures from the future.
In the photo, a figure is standing over a sink wearing yellow latex gloves with a bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide in hand.
Some people are more comfortable with needles and latex gloves than others, but lying back to have your nipples pierced is totally glam.
Taking part in this celebration of more-is-more was Ciara, who cut a lean figure in a skintight latex dress at the Bulgari store opening party on Friday night.
Techniques include inserting pacemakers and catheters into the hearts of dogs, destroying heart tissue and creating heart attacks by injecting liquid latex into an artery.
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First Known Use: 1832See Words from the same year
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