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Aug 16, 2017 11:31 |  #1

Cheapest paint to use for a girl to put on her face and torso?


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Aug 16, 2017 15:44 |  #2

I would check into this thoroughly - "cheapest" may end up causing a reaction and being the hardest to remove.
I would check with your local party store for children's face paint - it will be kinder to your model's skin and should also be fairly easy to remove.




  
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Aug 18, 2017 07:19 |  #3

If you're supply makeup (paint) for the photos, I recommend that you do be cheap.

Buy a name brand recognized in the industry that you can be confident is safe to use.

By supplying the makeup, you can be responsible for any side effects it causes.

Example: buy it from some website and later discover it came from China and has toxic chemicals in it - the model likely trusted that you provided something safe.

When I'm doing UV makeup photos, I only use Kyrolan products - a recognizable brand in the makeup world.




  
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Aug 18, 2017 10:16 |  #4

knak wrote in post #18430750 (external link)
If you're supply makeup (paint) for the photos, I recommend that you do be cheap.

Buy a name brand recognized in the industry that you can be confident is safe to use.

By supplying the makeup, you can be responsible for any side effects it causes.

Example: buy it from some website and later discover it came from China and has toxic chemicals in it - the model likely trusted that you provided something safe.

When I'm doing UV makeup photos, I only use Kyrolan products - a recognizable brand in the makeup world.

How far does a kryolan "paint stick" go?


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Aug 18, 2017 21:24 as a reply to  @ icor1031's post |  #5

I've used the 30ml UV Kryolan. I bought 6 colors and have done 5 models and haven't used half of it yet.

I don't apply it heavily, but I was surprised at how far it's gone already.




  
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Aug 18, 2017 22:19 |  #6

knak wrote in post #18431388 (external link)
I've used the 30ml UV Kryolan. I bought 6 colors and have done 5 models and haven't used half of it yet.

I don't apply it heavily, but I was surprised at how far it's gone already.

6 colors and 5 models and almost half of your six bottle supply? so, about half a bottle per model each time?


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Aug 20, 2017 15:25 as a reply to  @ icor1031's post |  #7

Not actually bottles, more like a disk of color. I'd spray it with water and mix with the brush and then apply. It was UV paint and a little goes a long way for black light.




  
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Aug 29, 2017 23:48 as a reply to  @ knak's post |  #8

try hunting camo face paint




  
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