What Kind of Paints Should I Use for Face Painting?

by Jessica Wilson Blog Writer

Face painting is a lot of fun. Have family and friends sit for you. Do you have any kids? They’re sure to enjoy these sessions. You’ll all have a blast. If you’re shopping around for supplies and want to get started as soon as possible, make sure you shop for the right paints. Here’s what you need to know to make the best buying decisions when you browse through kits, brands, and types. 

Think of Why 

If you want to try face painting with your kids or loved ones at home, then there are plenty of brands and face painting kits that you can explore. Check out options that include nearly everything in a kit. That’s ideal for rookies like you who just want to try it out. However, if in case your interest develops into something deeper and you realize that you want to learn more about this, you’ll need to consider buying professional-grade supplies for your face painting. 

Consider Who 

There are face paints that work well on sensitive skin. However, some of those options might still contain ingredients that are too harsh for a child’s skin. That’s why it’s important to consider your audience. Are you putting doing face painting sessions with adults or children? Your audience will determine the type of makeup and painting kits that you’ll pick. 

Check Duration 

There are different types of face paints. Some are water-based, oil-based, and alcohol-based. The water-based options are easy to remove, and they’re better for your skin. However, because they’re easy to remove, they aren’t a good option for clients who want their designs to last longer. Alcohol-based paints are the most durable and long-lasting in this case. Oil-based options are good, too, but they’re not a good match if you have clients with oily skin. 

Explore Colors 

Find kits that have vivid colors or a range of colors that aren’t present in others. Bright, vivid colors are a joy to use because they stand out so much. 

Look at Reputation 

When you shop around, don’t forget to take a look at the shop. What kind of reputation does it have? How long has it been around? Be sure to go over reviews and feedback. What do other shoppers say? Are they happy with the quality of the paints? Did any of them experience any rashes or adverse effects? While you can’t expect every review or comment to be positive, you’ll want to make sure that’s the majority. If there are too many complaints, on the other hand, that could also be an indication of how bad the firm is. That way, you can steer clear of those dodgy options. 

Read the Return Policy 

Any time you shop for something, make it a habit to check the return policy. Is it simple and easy to do? Or is the process complicated? A trusted company provides an easy return process for clients. If that isn’t the case, you’ll want to consider other options before you buy or get anything from that shop. 

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