EVERYONE loves face paint! From Corporate events, to picnics, children's birthday parties or reunions, our Face Painting services are available to keep guests young and old entertained! We own all of your own materials and have a staff to accommodate any size event.
Pricing may vary, but parties usually range between $100 - $150 per hour of painting.
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I am a face and body painting professional. All of the supplies that I use have been tested and are of the highest quality. We also take great care with the sanitary conditions of the brushes and sponges that we use to apply the paints.
A note from a professional...
I am the mother of two small children and just like every other parent I attend events during the year where there are face painters. Prior to my education and time investment I would have never known what to look for when making the decision to allow someone to paint my child face but here are some of the main things to look for to ensure that your child and their skin will be safe in the future.
1. Make sure that you see what type of paints the artist is using. Tempra, Acrylic, Poster or any other type of non-professional face paint can harm or even scar your child. DO NOT let them paint and you may even want to let the event organizer know that this is a DANGEROUS practice!
2. Make sure that the artist cleaning their brushes between children. There should be a wash out as well as a rinse cup.
3. When in doubt... Don't do it! If the artist even makes you question having the art done then you should go with your gut.
Face paint can be a finishing touch to a Halloween costume or used to show your support for your favorite sports team while in the stands. If you have applied a large amount face paint on your skin either by a professional or at home and the paint has been on for several hours, you may notice that the face paint will not come off completely with regular soap and water. There is no need to panic; you can easily remove it with some common beauty supplies.
Do NOT rub hard on the skin as this will cause irritations and possible bruising.
Do NOT put any paints or chemicals near the eyes that are not created for that area of the face! These can leave red patches worse.
Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_5113816_remove-face-paint.html