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    Not every white seems to be perfect for every job. Some are good for line work others are better for blending - let's find out what is the best white for you!

    Facepaint.com sells dozens of different brands black face paint, so which one should you to choose for your kit? This blog will definitely help you decide...
    In this quick tutorial, face paint artist Marina, shows us how to remove tough face paint stains, and it's actually easier than you'd think!

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    The owner of FacePaint.com, Blake Cabot, was joined by the talented face and body painter Tiffany Beckler in a webinar where she talks about universal face painting safety amidst the current pandemic. 

    The Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the entire world, so what you can do to keep your face painting business safe and hygienic?

    Whether you’re a mom who likes to get creative with your kids or a professional face painter, safety and hygiene should always be a top concern. Here are some answers to your most commonly asked questions about face paint safety and hygiene!

    Are your face paints safe? Whether you’re a mom who likes to get creative with your kids or a professional face painter, safety should always be a top concern. Here are some answers to your most commonly asked questions about face paint safety.
    An excellent face painter should know how to keep their kits hygienic. If you're planning to be one, Kellie Burrus will be sharing her tips on how to keep them clean!
    Are you a fan of airbrushing? Airbrushing has been a big part of face and body art in recent years. With the proliferation of airbrush machines and dozens of brands offering airbrush paints, no wonder it became a big industry in its own.

    When artists aren't subject to external regulations for cleaning our brushes, it's extra important that they self-regulate to make sure their brushes and equipment is clean and hygienic during and after events.

    Kids always stay perfectly still while they patiently wait for you to paint a masterpiece on their face, right? Wrong!! The truth is that kids are squirmy, giggly, wiggly, little balls of energy. Here are some tips on how to deal with your moving canvases. 

    Face painters love to make kids happy, so we don't ever want a child to have a sensitivity or reaction to face paint. I hope this video will help you think through protocols in advance which will help you assist your clients professionally.

    You pick up the phone to find a concerned mom on the other end. Her daughter's face seemed to be overly red after they removed the face paint. Is it an allergic reaction? What should she do? As a face painter, you feel immediate concern for the child and also for your business. This is the call you have hoped you will never receive.