Embroidery

Egypt Shriners Clowns

clowns

Fun 'N Frolic Unit

"Everyone is a clown... But, only a few of us have the courage to put on the makeup!"
Laser Engraving


Working with the face paint

As said previously the face paints are water based so really it's just like going back to your childhood with the painting kits. All you need is lots of water for dipping sponges and brushes into. The majority of face paints will get thinner the more water you mix with them to enable you to change the shading/intensity of the colour. Obviously the brushes need to be cleaned between each colour to prevent mixing, hence the need for lots of water usually a small pot or pots regularly changed. Some people tend to have different brushes for dark or light coloured face paints, but this can prevent you from using your "favourite" brush for one particular colour, it's all a matter of personal preference.

Removing face paints:  Now you've managed to cover your children's faces with the paint and want another go, you'll have to 'clean the canvas' as it were. Being water based the face paint comes off easily with soap and water (or just water). Baby wipes are also useful - particularly for getting rid of small designs on the cheeks or part of a bigger picture to let you try again.

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