Global Colours’ liquid face and body paint is brightly pigmented, quick-drying and gentle on skin. Ideal for makeup artists, face/body painters, sports supporters, children’s parties, festivals and fairs, it has a smooth ‘soft paste’ texture which dries with a soft, velvety non-smudge finish. Containing only approved cosmetic ingredients that comply with all worldwide safety regulations, including FDA, EU and Australian standards, this water-based face and body paint is:
- Not tested on animals
- Non-toxic and safe for kids
- Made in an ethical facility with safe working conditions
- In recyclable packaging
- Easily removable without scrubbing
This bold, opaque white is perfect for skulls, snowmen, Frozen designs (Olaf), clown bases, and bodypainted designs such as skeletons and marble statues.
Directions for use:
Our gentle liquid paint can be applied using a brush, finger or sponge, straight onto the skin or onto a pallete for mixing colours. No skin preparation is required. You can even dilute the paint with water for airbrushing! Ideal for application on skin, hair or even clothes. To avoid smudging when painting over the top of other colours, wait until first colour is touch dry before applying next colour. The Our compact 45ml jar holds the perfect quantity for a one-off event/party, individual dance/theatre performances or for taking to sports games and childrens activities. REMOVAL: Remove easily with warm water and soap. No scrubbing or staining!
1. Use this product with an airbrush, by diluting with water at a ratio of 1:1
2. Liquid face and body paint is perfect for dimensional/textured “dauber-style face and body painting, which cannot be achieved with solid paint cakes.
About Global Colours:
Global Colours is a market leader, famous for the quality and safety of their face and body art products for over 20 years. 100% Australian owned, the range is used by professional artists and on movie sets worldwide, including on Mad Max, Australia, Ghost Rider and Scooby Doo. It is the body paint of choice for the famed Bangarra Dance company and Sydney Theatre Company, and was the official face and body paint for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.