Tuesday, 23 September 2014

4 Reasons Wet Wipes Are Bad For Face Painting

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4 Reasons Wet Wipes Are Bad For Face Painting

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  1. Awesome sauce! I think this is what I'm going to do because I've always worried about skin sensitivity. I love the idea about the two bottles of soapy water mix and just plain water. I think to not confuse myself, being easy to confuse :P , I would paint the plain water bottle blue and the soapy one maybe a pink. To me soap is always pink haha. Thanks for the article!

    1. So glad you enjoyed it!
      In my face painting kit I already keep a plain water spray bottle for spraying sponges for applications, so i just also use it to wipe the soapy residue off the face too with a towel square. If you haven't tried using a spray bottle to wet your sponges, it's totally the best!

      I get easily mixed up too, so I make sure all my sprayers are different. Water in a fat transparent bottle, soap water in a smaller thinner translucent bottle, and my 99% iso in a tall opaque purple bottle. This really helps me keep them separate.