Q: What kind of face paints do you use?
A: Quality face painting requires quality face paints. I only use Wolfe and Tag Brand professional cosmetic-grade face paint and glitter. They are meant to be used on the skin.
Q: How do I remove the face paint?
A: Use a mild soap and water to remove face paint. Do not use baby wipes on your face! Read this article about potential allergic reactions from babywipes. Coconut oil or Olive oil can safely be used to help remove face paint.
Q: How long does it take to get face painted?
A: That depends on the design. I offer a variety of face painting designs, ranging from super quick cheek art, full face painting, to intricate full face (Dia De Los Muertos for example) designs.
Q: Do you paint baby’s faces?
A: No. I don’t paint unwilling children. Face painting is recommended for ages 2 and up.
Q: Are you insured?
A: Yes. My fee covers my supplies, my insurance and the results I achieve for you. I am also represented by several talent agencies.
Q: My child is sick. Can you still paint her face?
A: For the safety of your guests, If anyone has a cold sore, runny nose or cut on their face, I will paint their arm or hand.