What kind of paint do you use?

We use only the best, professional face & body paints. All our paint is Vegan, and FDA approved for cosmetic use, which means it is safe to put on yours & your children's skin. 

 

What kind of glitter do you use?

We use only cosmetic grade glitter, to ensure that you and your children stay safe & healthy. Not all glitter is good or safe for face painting!

Metallic craft glitter should NOT be used for face painting. Metallic glitter can have sharp edges and can be made out of dangerous metals, they can scratch eyes, and cause damage if inhaled or ingested. Safe glitters for face painting are made of polyester, and should be .008 microns or smaller, the size that the FDA classifies as “cosmetic size” and safe for use on skin

 

How do I wash face paint off?

Most face & body paints will come off easily with baby wipes or mild soap and water, though some colors, such as red and green - which contain more pigment, will leave a stain after washing. This is most common on fair skinned people. If you've washed with soap and water and there is still some staining, you can soak the area in oil (such as mineral oil, olive or coconut oil) or use moisturizer, and wipe it off. Make-up remover will work too, if you have it in the house. If staining persists, apply oil or moisturizer and leave overnight and wash it off in the morning. 

FACE PAINT FAQs

 

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