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What do you need to set up?

 

The artist will provide the table, tall director’s chair and all painting and cleansing supplies necessary. The host is only responsible to provide an area with adequate lighting and a place

to dispose painting water.

 

What kind of paint do you use?

 

I only use cosmetic grade products like Mehron and Tag which are FDA approved,

hypoallergenic, non-toxic and washable.

I use polyester cosmetic grade glitter that is safe and gentle for the skin. 

 

How many faces can you paint in one hour?

 

It depends on how detailed the designs are. Full face designs take longer than small designs. 

On average I paint about 10-12 faces per hour. 

 

How do you remove the face paint?

 

The paints I use are water based and can be easily removed with warm water and soap. Some

darker colors may leave mild stains, but they usually come off after a second thorough wash.  Rubbing alcohol or baby oil helps removing the paint too. Applying moisturizing lotion on skin

is recommended after washing off the paint.

 

How do you keep your paint and brushes sanitized?

 

Marbled Palette follows strict hygiene practices to ensure a nice and safe experience for

everyone. I use disposables products like cotton swabs and baby wipes often and I switch to

new or clean sponges and brushes for each person. After each event supplies are washed in alcohol solution. 

 

How old do you have to be to get face painted?

 

Children who are able to sit still (usually older than 2) can get their face painted. Younger

children can get painted on their arms or hands while their parent is holding them.

 

How do you take care and remove glitter tattoos?

 

Glitter tattoos can last between three days to a week depending on how well you take care

of them. If you'd like to enjoy them longer keep them free of lotions and other products. Try to avoid scrubbing the tattoo when bathing. Try to wash around the tattoo area and always pat

dry. To remove the glitter tattoo, let the tattoo soak in rubbing alcohol or lotion for a few  

minutes and use a cotton ball to scrub it off.

 

Do you have liability insurance?

 

Yes, Marbled palette has liability insurance. Proof of insurance can be provided upon request.

 

 

 

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