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fevine asked:

24 Jul 2009

Is there any side effect of tube colors used in "Body Painting" ?

Tell me if is there any side effect for body painting?

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jasm1na

jasm1na says:

Posted on 24 Jul 2009

It is advisable to use Face and Body Paint over a "barrier" or hand cream on the face to lessen the chance of an adverse reaction on sensitive skin. Do not use on persons with sensitive skin or skin conditions. Do not apply to open wounds. Avoid contact with eyes, nasal passages, mouth or other orifices as abrasive irritation may occur.



Hairspray can be used to coat the hair before applying body paint. Hairspray can also be sprayed over the completed body painting to prevent rubbing or flaking over long periods. Avoid eyes and mouth when spraying.



Olive Oil can be applied with a spray atomizer over the body paint to give a silky shine or you can mix it with the metallic paint on the second coat to make it really glossy. Apply the first coat of paint without olive oil.



*information found @ http://www.matisse.com.au/pages/tim.htm



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amaay

amaay says:

Posted on 24 Jul 2009

'jasm1na' is righht[;

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