Face putty | Article about face putty by The Free Dictionary
face putty, front putty
The putty on the exposed side of glass in a window frame; formed with a putty knife in the angle of the sash after the glass has been set in place.
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"So it's a little like a production of Falstaff," he says, expertly flicking the last remnants of face putty
into a bin across the room.
At the beginning, they showed adverts for face putty
and how to rebuild someone's face - I didn't like that.'