Lisa Berczel wrote: You can use face paint on the body.... the results is based on the quality of the product, not the fact it's made for *the face*.
IMO - I've not come across a face paint stick that I like, but then again, I'm not primarily a face painter.
And, you're model will thank you for not using craft paint on them!
I'd never use craft paint, lol, people who think non toxic means safe are just crazy.
I realize the quality with facepaints wont be all that great, Just wanted to make sure the face paint was good. Going to use that to experiment with and learn before spending big money on real body paints.
The problem with tulip paints is they stain something terrible, Most professional face and body painters really dislike them. Go for something better, you cant go wrong with the top brands. A Wolfe cake of 32 grams can be picked up for $7-10, Kryolan $9-12, Paradise $7.50 to 12...... not really much price difference, Even if you pay for shipping, when you buy from a makeup / body paint supplier you are building a relationship. You can ask for tips, tricks and advice from most. many who sell, like my store will even refer you to a shop that sells what you need.
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