Liquid, cake, crayon, what's your preference? We have every available type of face paint to make any artists happy. Liquid works best is some situations, cake in another. Kids love using crayons on each other; there are so many possibilities with face paint. If you have a large number of people who all need the letter "A" painted on their belly go with liquid, if you're working on intricate designs on a face, cake might be your choice. Whatever it is we have the product and the advice as to which type might work best for you.
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How Do I Apply & Remove Face Paint?
Recommended: Always start with a clean dry face before using face paint.
Step 1: Moisten applicator with a small amount of water. Rub the wet applicator on top of the cake face paint makeup until a creamy consistency is created. It is better to have too little water than too much, as more water can be added.
Step 2: 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.
To remove from skin: Wash with soap and water or baby wipes. Work into face painted area for 15 to 20 seconds to loosen face paint makeup from the skin. Some traces of color may remain for a short period after washing.
To remove from fabric: 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 makeup with a toothbrush. Do NOT add water until the soap had loosened the face paint makeup. Once the face paint is thoroughly loosened, add a small amount of warm water. Blot or wet vacuum the area. Repeat this process as necessary.