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Q. What do you use to paint faces with?
A. I use KRYLON make-up palette. It has small pots of different colors. Although
it does smear when wet, it goes on fast and dries fast.
What do you paint on the faces?
A. I paint hearts, rainbows, flowers, kitties, puppies, teddy bears, ladybugs, a
skull and crossbones, spider and web, an eyeball in the middle of the forehead,
a mustache, a goatee. Anything simple with just a couple of colors is best for
quickly getting faces done.
***note*** I don't paint the entire face of the child even if they want to be
a clown. I only paint parts of the faces. For example, white above the eyebrows,
eyelashes, a pink nose, and small sides at the mouth for a clown face. Anything
more than this is just too much for a small kid to handle. Less is better.
Q. How many children do you paint at a party?
A. I ask the parent at the time they book the party how many children will be
attending, (including the birthday child), I limit the number I can do in 1 hour
to 10 kids. If there are over 10 kids at the party then I substitute games and
There's more information on face painting kids at parties and events in my book,
"TIPS AND TRICKS FOR CLOWNS AT BIRTHDAY PARTIES"
Just click on the "My Book" box on this page!