How to Face Paint

Before you start face painting please check that the child/children have no skin allergies or infections. Although ColorMaster professional water-based face paint is non-toxic and highly tested but may cause irritation to sensitive skin. Test by placing a small amount to the wrist, if reaction occurs within 30 minutes discontinue use.

  • Prepare ColorMaster face paints and brushes, sponges, and enough water for washing brushes and sponges between faces.

  • Make sure that there is no cream or moisturizer on the skin before you begin. Water-based face paint is best applied directly onto clean and dry skin.

  • Always apply the base color first, using a damp sponge or big brush. Make sure that the sponge or brush is not too wet by squeezing out excess water.

  • Wait the first coat to dry and then apply next color.

  • On designs that have a variety of light and dark colors, apply the lighter color first, if possible.

  • Complete a beautiful face painting. Clean the painting tools and store in dry location for the next painting.

How to Wash

  • Oli-Based Body Crayons

Remove with tissue paper and wash off with soap and water.

  • Water-based Body Paints

Wash off with soap and water.

Be Creative

  • Look at the world around you for ideas and just add your own imagination and creativity to come up with an amazing design. You can become any character what you want to be.

  • Holidays, birthdays and other special events give wonderful excuses for painting up.

  • Start to paint as a superhero, bring peace and love to this world.

Safety

Children’s safety is really important to us. So make sure you follow these simple steps:

  • Test by placing a small amount to the wrist, if reaction occurs within 30 minutes discontinue use.

  • Our face paints are not suitable for under threes due to the small chocking parts.

  • Children under the age of 6 should use with adult supervision.

  • Don’t use on the lips, eye area or mucous membranes.

Paints, Brushes and Sponges

  • We recommend you start with simple techniques and materials, which will give you great results as you develop your skills.

  • Water-based paints are the easiest to use and can be applied directly to the face as long as you don’t have any greasy cream on your face that would repel it.  Water-based paints are easy to use, kind to the skin and can be removed with no fuss using gentle soap and warm water.

  • Water-based paints are easy to use, kind to the skin and can be removed with no fuss using gentle soap and warm water.