Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Having Fun With The Clone-A-Pussy



I have always been fascinated with the Clone-A-Willy. I've read so many reviews on it that I'm sure I could do it without reading the instructions. Although don't try to use these kits without reading the instructions first, if you mess up, that is wasted money. When I contacted Empire Labs to inquire if they had any products they wanted to have reviewed (the chocolate clone-a-willy, maybe?) they mentioned their lesser known product, Clone-A-Pussy.

Working with Empire Labs has been wonderful! They are quick to reply and can thoroughly answer any questions you have about their products. The representative I spoke with was very adamant that I fully read and understand the instructions before beginning. Because of the representative's encouragement to have a firm grasp on the preparation, PolyHubby and I both read the directions a couple of times a piece before starting.

The Clone-A-Pussy came in a beautiful, shrink wrapped box within a discreet shipping box. The box that the kit is packaged in is white and hot pink, and incredibly feminine. I'm a little embarrassed to admit that I had some difficulty figuring out how to open it. The outside of the package is a sleeve, which holds an open topped box with the contents inside of this. After figuring this out, I found that I could have undone the sleeve (break the bond holding it together at one of the corners) because the more detailed instructions were on the inside of this anyway.

I highly recommend gathering all of your materials and making sure that you have everything ready and at hand before starting. We even had some extra spoons on hand in case the stick they provide for the silicone didn't work as well as we liked. Once you have everything set up, pour the water into your mixing bowl first. This will help tremendously with getting the dry mix completely wet.

The directions warn that the Clone-A-Pussy mix will be lumpy, but as long as you get all the dry mix wet, you'll be good to go. We timed everything as per the instructions. We mixed the powder for 45 seconds and immediately stuck it to my labia. I had PolyHubby do the mixing while I found a comfortable position. Then I held the mold to my labia for 4 minutes, while hubby mixed the silicone for 2 minutes.
Attempt 1Attempt 2

As I mentioned earlier, I have read a ton of reviews on Empire Labs 'Clone-A-' line. I knew that as soon as the mold was finished being mixed it needed to be pushed against the labia. The problem with this is that I couldn't find a position that allowed me to get a good imprint of my labia. We tried twice and both times I feel like it could have been better.

The first time I attempted to create the mold in an awkward, leg spread, standing position. I wasn't happy with the outcome and we had extra powder, so we tried again. Before we tried the second time, I noticed that the instructions said: "go to cloneapussy.com for position guides." I visited the website but sadly I was unable to find the guide. The second time I tried to make the mold, I was in a sitting position with my hips angled downward. Out of the two, the first position created the better mold. When you create your mold, a good bit of the plaster is going to fall out of the cup, just be sure to hold it steady and even with the floor.

Pulling the mold off my labia was not uncomfortable or painful as I had thought it would be, I actually found it kind of pleasant. Around where the outside of the mold set against my body was a little bit of plaster, but it was easy to clean off. Furthermore, pulling the mold out of the provided cup was not as difficult as I had thought it would be. The plaster did not stick to the mold but instead slid out easily.

After we finished creating the mold, I started on pulling the tiny bits of leftover plaster off my body and PolyHubby started mixing the silicone. The instructions are clear that you need to get all of the hot pink and clear liquids out of each vial.They provide a popsicle stick to help with this, but the stuff is so sticky that PolyHubby found he'd be putting more back in while trying to get some out. He got out as much as he could and mixed it up. There wasn't much left over, but it should be noted that you won't get every drop of the sticky stuff out of these vials.


Due to the shape of my labia, I found that we had to use the whole mix for one mold. Which is how it's meant to be. BUT! I have some complaints, and these may be my vagina-specific. The mold was not very deep because my lips are small and I could not get them further into the cup, this means that a good bit of my mold is mound instead of lips. We poured the entire hot pink silicone mix into the mold and in some places, it ran thin, like around my vaginal opening (which was captured) and the area above my clit. But on the edges it overfilled. This means we wasted a good bit of the mix because of the shape. I'm not sure how these can be fixed and they do not affect the quality of my cloned pussy.

The mold was amazing in capturing detail. Such as the wrinkles on my outer labia, the thickness of my inner labia, the roundness of my clitoral hood, and the wrinkles around my vaginal opening. I did have to trim off some silicone around the edges (see pictures above) to make it look neater, but all in all, I'm pleased with the outcome and will be making more of these in the future! While these aren't functional as masturbators, they are great for viewing your own labia and promoting self-love.

Finished product:


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Empire Labs provided the Clone-A-Pussy kit for this review in exchange for my honest, unbiased, and original thoughts.

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2 comments:

  1. This is really neat how it all worked out. Great review

    Livvy Libertine
    www.livvylibertine.com

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    1. Right?! I love how it turned out. <3 Thank you.

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