• What is the best way to remove face paint?                                  First rinse your face / arm with luke warm water, this removes most of the paints that I use.  Then wash with a little mild soap and water.  If the colour is particularly stubborn (green is the worse culprit) then I use make up remover wipes.
  • How do you keep your kit clean                                                        I use a clean sponge per child and give my brushes three rinses between customers.  After an event I wash all my brushes with hot, soapy water and I machine wash all my sponges.
  • How many guests can you paint during the event?                              I paint up to 20 fast designs per hour but when I have more time per person I can create more detailed,  personalised designs and add those little extras.
  • Are you insured?  Yes, I have PLI.
  • Do you come in fancy dress?                                                    Normally I come smartly attired but if you are having a princess or Frozen theme then I will gladly come in my princess Anna outfit.
  • Anything else that I need to know?                                                      I will turn up 20 minutes before the start of your event so that I have plenty of time to set up.  At birthday parties it also means that I can spend a little extra painting the birthday boy or girl. I take plenty of clean water and have a mat in case you want to contain glitter fall out.  At a large party I can handout numbered stickers so that party guests can spend more time playing and less time queuing.