Face Painting Health Safety FAQ'S
- Do you follow any hygiene guidelines
Yes, myself and my team all adhere to industry standard hygienic practices. We use a clean sponge/s for every child and skin safe sanitiser in our brush water which is changed regularly. Full discretion is taken to only paint clean, unsoiled faces. Our kits are wiped down and sanitised after every event.
- Have you had a Working With Children Check?
Yes, all our artists hold a current Working With Children Card, as well as Public Liability Insurance.
- Do you carry insurance?
Yes, I am fully insured with current public liability insurance. Documents are available upon request.
- Are the products you use safe?
Only the highest quality professional FDA approved cosmetic face paint, cosmetic grade glue and cosmetic glitter are used. All brands of paint and brushes used are certified vegan friendly and safe for use on all over the age of 2 years.
- What do your safe practices involve?
To prevent the spread of bacteria and other nasties we avoid painting skin which has visible signs of infection or broken or irritated skin.
- How many faces can you paint per hour?
An average of ten full faces can be painted per hour, but can vary according to each design. Simpler designs are also super effective and work extremely well for larger events.
- How can I remove face paint?
Face paint can be removed by applying cleanser or shampoo directly onto the area. Rub in to emulsify and lift the paint, then wipe off with a tissue or paper towel.
- How can I remove glitter or temporary tattoos?
Glitter, foil and temp tattoos can be easily removed using rubbing alcohol or baby oil.