CHILDREN'S PARTIES, CORPORATE EVENTS, FETES, CHRISTMAS PARTIES ... ANY EVENT YOU WANT SOME ADDED EXCITEMENT ! FACE PAINTING
• Permission and Supervision
Children must have permission to be painted and be supervised by an adult (in the waiting line and whilst being painted). Children (and their actions) remain the responsibility of their parents or guardians at all times
All the face paints I use have been designed for professional use and comply with cosmetic regulations. As with any cosmetics, some people may develop a¬ sensitivity to one of the ingredients. Some children are allergic to a wide range of common products. If you have any concerns about your child’s reaction to face paints, please discuss them with me beforehand.
• Cleanliness & Hygiene
Please make sure children’s faces are clean and noses have been wiped. One sponge is used per child and brushes are cleaned regularly throughout each event. All equipment is cleaned thoroughly after each event.
• Refusal to Paint
For the safety of all, I regret that I cannot paint anyone who appears to be suffering from a cold sore, conjunctivitis, any infectious skin complaint, eczema, head lice or an open cut on their face. Face paint manufacturers do not recommend using their products for children under 2 years of age. I also will not paint anyone who does not wish to be painted. In these instances I can offer an arm or hand design where possible. I will not paint anything that I deem to be inappropriate or offensive or anyone who is abusive, violent or intoxicated.
• Removal of face paint
Water based make up can be removed easily by washing with soap, cleanser, or baby shampoo and plenty of water – take care around the eyes as soap can sting ! Some colours may temporarily stain slightly if the skin is dry – face cleanser or your usual baby lotion after washing may help to remove this. Baby oil is also good at removing any residual staining/tinting of the skin. I always paint with care but occasionally paint may rub on clothes. Soak in cold water before washing normally - all paints are water based and will come out. I accept no responsibility should face paint get transferred onto clothing, carpets or other soft furnishings.
I do not take photograph/s without the consent of the person/parent/guardian. I may ask for consent to take a photograph once you/your child is painted for use in advertising (including, but not limited to, cards, press releases, flyers, website etc). You are under no obligation to give consent.
~ I have public liability insurance and I have a current Working with Children Check ~