Face Painting Safety Guide

To make your face painting even safer, you need to use products that are safe for you and your clients. We have Vegan and Hypoallergenic products as well as products Made in the USA

 

You may also look into the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) to understand more about a certain brand's composition and materials.  

Sensitivity and Reaction Protocol

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 the protocols in advance which will help you assist your clients professionally.

Face Paint Equipment for Halloween Moms

When Halloween comes, kids get really excited with the thought of dressing up as their favorite characters and having their faces painted. Beth shares the essential products moms would need for face painting children this Halloween.

How to Clean Brushes

Making sure that your tools and face paints are clean is a MUST in face painting. Learn how to properly clean brushes and other painting applicators using various methods and products to ensure hygiene on your face painting business.

How to Remove Face Paint

Painting a design on a client’s face is half of the work of a face painter. The other half is to ensure that the face paint will be easily removed and to educate parents how to safely remove them as well. Learn how Beth removes face paint on her skin.

High Speed Strategies for Face Painting

During events, it is almost guaranteed that a queue of clients will build up especially in kids’ events. So Beth shares her strategies on how to accomodate more clients in a short period of time without compromising quality.

How to Set Up for an Event

For face painting events, it is important that you arrive well-prepared to whatever request, issue, or changes that may occur while you are face painting to accomodate your clients. Beth shares what she brings in her kit in a face painting event.