Free forum : A humble listing of female characters from a variety of media, whose kiss produces adverse effects on their victims.
I know it makes many designs look so much more realistic and complete, but I think I've decided not to paint on lips and mouths for children anymore. Kids are getting paint on their teeth, the design seems to be messed up in a matter of minutes (not just
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I've seen several videos and pictures of face painting where the artist uses glitter on or near the mouth. Are there any concerns about the children/people ingesting the glitter? I've run a search here, but couldn't find anything... I thought that
I've just been painting a few months. I have some of the sample books, and when little girl see that, some of them will ask to have their lips painted as well. If the parents say yes, then I do. But what about sanitation? I just don't have enough brushes
I've searched but couldn't find any reference to doing lips with Snazaroo. I've played around with it, but definitely just comes off or smears. Am I doing something wrong or is it just that Snaz isn't really for lips? If that's the case, for those that
hey all! I painted my face today as well as my lips and for the last few hours my lips and tip of my tongue are numb and tingling? even now and i washed the design off about 40min ago... anyone else have that happen before? i have painted myself dozens of
Can you tell me what you use to paint the lips? I assume at a craft show or festival you have to use something disposable to do the lips, to prevent germs, q-tips?