This actress was accomplished with a history of work at that time. Then she met up with some guy named William Ware Theiss, the costume designer for the original Star Trek series. He seemed to enjoy tweaking the NBC Broadcast Standards Department with his work.
This was GLUED on to her for over 4 days. In the '60's, the adhesives were a bit more harsh than now. She commented that at the end of the third day, there was not a lot of skin left to glue it back onto.
Many critics call "Who Mourns for Adonis" one of the most emotional episodes of that series. I agree. A tragic tale, condensed from a huge script of Shakespearean proportions to fit a one week filming schedule and budget.
Not that there was some levity to be had!
Thank you Ms. Parrish!