Why book a professional face painter?
If you are going to hire a face painter, make sure you call in the experts! Hiring a quality professional face painter will make a huge difference to your event - It will ensure a certain standard of the faces painted, it will also ensure that top quality products are used.
A professional face painter will use water based paints specifically manufactured for the purpose of face and body painting. They will conform will EEC regulations, which means that they will have gone through rigorous testing and will not contain anything that can be harmful.
A professional face painter will be able to paint 12-15 faces an hour (depending on design). They will be happy to work to themes and to different briefs.
They will have a wide range of products and colours, glitters, gems and accessories to further enhance their designs! Their kit will also be well maintained, with paints, brushes and sponges being thoroughly cleaned after each event, to prevent potential cross infection.
When enquiring about a face painter, do ask to see a few different examples of their work. Ensure that you are aware of the quality of the painting that you can expect. A professional face painter should hold Public Liability Insurance (usually for £5m). We also hold enhanced DBS certificates.
A professional face painter will display a disclaimer notice when painting, which details information regarding who can be painted, potential allergies and any do’s and don’ts that may be helpful to know. If you would like to see ours, please just ask!
Areas we cover
We cover much of Surrey, Middlesex and London and can supply artists for large events and small. Click here to see all the fantastic ways we can bring colour and sparkle to your event!
Booking with Kate's Faces couldn't be any easier. Simply email email@example.com or call us and we would be happy to discuss your booking. A non-refundable deposit is required to secure date, and you will be sent a booking confirmation will all the details. We look forward to hearing from you!
Face Paint Removal
Face Paint should be removed with mild soap (the same as you would use on the child's body), warm water and a flannel. Baby wipes are NOT recommended to remove face paint as they can stain the colour onto the skin. Clothing with face paint on should be soaked in cold water before being washed. Glitter Tattoos can be removed using a little oil (baby oil or olive oil) and a flannel).