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Price : $9.15
Product ID: F21169
TAG Pearl Teal face paints have a softer consistency to TAGs Regular paints and contain cosmetic Mica (not metal) to create a metallic sheen.
TAG Face Paint is very easy to blend, soft on the skin and does not crack or peel. Most of TAGs face painting colors are great for line work and lighter face painting colors show very well even when over darker colors. TAG facepaint has a wax base, so your face painting design flexes with movement instead of cracking, remains colorful and is comfortable to wear. TAG is a very soft creamy face paint and needs less water to activate than normal face paint.
TAG Pearl Teal face paint is hypoallergenic and made with non-toxic, USFDA approved, skin safe ingredients and comes in 1.13 ounces (32 grams) face paint containers.
Recommended: Always start with a clean dry face before face painting.
Step 1: Moisten the face paint with a small amount of water. For line work, you can poke a hole in the center and fill it with a few drops to use a 'well'. To sponge on TAG face paint, lightly mist on water with a spray bottle. Be careful not use too much water or the face paint can become gloppy. It is better to have too little water than too much, as more water can be added.
Step 2: Rub the applicator on top of the TAG face painting makeup until a creamy consistency is created.
Step 3: Apply face paint to the face with the applicator with consistent even strokes. Allow the base color to dry
for at least 5 minutes before starting your line work.
Should any skin reaction occur, wash off with soap and water and discontinue use immediately.
How do I remove TAG Face Paint?
Wash with soap and water. Some traces of color may remain for a short period after washing. If you have a hard time washing the face paint off (especially red and green), give it a second wash or try a gentle cleansing cream. Do not use baby wipes with oils in them to remove the paint, the wipes can push the color into the skin and make it more difficult to wipe the paint off, hence can result in staining the skin.
To remove from fabric: TAG recommends that you avoid contact with fabric, carpet, and upholstery. In case of accidental contact, spot treat with baby shampoo, liquid dish soap or OxyClean-like product and help loosen the face paint with a toothbrush. Do NOT add water until the soap had loosened the face paint makeup. Once the TAG face paint is thoroughly loosened, add a small amount of warm water. Blot or wet vacuum the area. Repeat this process as necessary.
To store TAG face paint
Leave your face paint container uncovered until it dries. Otherwise they can swell up and go soft. Also FacePaint.com recommends you use the TAG facepaint within eighteen months once you have opened the container. Older facepaint can start to dry out and be less effective. Store the face paint covered in a clean, dry, dust free area out of direct sunlight.
How Many Faces Will This Paint?
Each 1.13 ounces (32 grams) TAG Pearl Teal Face Paint Container is good for 50-200 applications.
All TAG face painting products are made with Cosmetic grade, FDA approved ingredients. TAG face paints are hypoallergenic non-toxic and safe for skin. That said, you should not face paint near the eyes. Some products include perfume (Hydroxy-methylpentylcyclohexenecarboxaldehyde). Discontinue use if rash develops.
About TAG Neon Face Paints: Independent European tests have shown all TAGs Neon face paints to be safe. All neon paints have a special pigment that allows them to shine under the black light. The FDA have approved some of the colors for use on the skin (Neon White, Neon Blue, and Neon Violet). The FDA labels some neon colors as special effects products: Neon Pink, Neon Orange, Neon Yellow, and Neon Green. However no one has reported a problem.
Please note: the US FDA recommends against using red, yellow, orange or purple facepaints near the eyes and or using blue, green or purple facepaints near the lips to avoid possible staining issues. On Neon Face Paints, avoid using around eyes and mouth.
Australian based TAG Body Art is a professional face and body paints supplier. TAG started as a family of face painters (Gaenor and Linda) who couldnt find any face paint in Australia. Being down under they had difficulty importing face paint so they decided to take the plunge and source their own face paint. TAG sources their face paint from China.
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