Kryvaline Creamy Line Paints - Blue (1.06 oz/30 gm)



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Kryvaline Creamy Line Blue Face Paints are very creamy face paints, great for blending. Kryvaline Creamy Line Face Paints are the most smooth blending face paints, formulated after several years of research by face paint artists, cosmetic chemists and technologists.

Kryvaline Creamy line is very vibrant and can be easily activated with very little water and applied using a brush or sponge. It is a highly recommended brand for creating patterns and fine details using stencils. Kryvaline's creamy formula makes it non staining and easy to remove.

Made with ingredients that are approved by US FDA and EU regulations, Kryvaline Creamy Line is a wax based formulation that is hypo-allergenic and gentle on skin.
Kryvaline is recommended by famous face paint artist Lisa Joy Young.

How Many Faces Will This Paint?
Each 1.06 ounces (30 gm) Kryvaline Face Paint Container is good for 50-200 applications.

Shelf Life: Recommended within 18 months after opening.
Water, Calcium Carbonate, acacia senegal gum & glycerin, Glycerin, Iron Oxides (CI 77499), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), FD&C Yellow No. 5 (CI 19140), FD&C Yellow No. 6 (CI 15985), D&C Red No. 7 (CI 15850:1), FD&C Blue No. 1 (CI 42090), Ultramarines(CI 77007). FDA Approved. Conforms to ASTM D4236, USP 61 Microbial limit tests, US California Prop 65, CE-EN71 part3.

Kryvaline is imported to Canada and relabeled according to Canadian Labeling act. Not recommended for children under 3 years due to choking hazard. A patch test is recommended prior to use. Do not use if rashes develop in 60 minutes.
We're sorry, but Face Paints, Makeup or Makeup Brushes may NOT BE returned due to health reasons.

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Paula Martin
Good coverage for a blue

This is the best covering blue I have found so far. It does seem to dry a little stiffer than something like Paradise but think that will be an advantage for humid summers. Maybe not so good in winter.