Frequently Asked Questions

A public event is an event that has no set number of guests who are attending.
A private party is a small party which is by invite only.

We provide services to: Burnaby, Deep Cove, Kitsilano, North Vancouver,
New Westminster, Vancouver, West Vancouver.
$30 Travel Fee Applies to: Cloverdale, Coquitlam, Delta, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Port Moody, Richmond, Surrey.
We do not provide services to: Abbotsford, Langley, Mission, Squamish, Tsawwassen, Whistler, White Rock.

Each artist can paint an average of 10-12 designs per hour. Each design takes no longer then 5 min.
Children are also welcome to get more then one design!

When hiring two painters you get double the talent, and half the lineup. Face painting is a 'one at a time' activity, but with two painters children can often get more then one design, and also get designs that are unique to that painter! For example: no one can do dragons and unicorns like Aryn can, and nobody tops the quality of Ilea's flower designs!

For private parties any area off to the side is best that can accommodate a table and chairs. When hiring two painters space for 4 chairs and a table is needed. For larger events an event sized table is fine, though at least a 5ft by 10ft area is ideal, with room for a line. We can also provide our own table and chairs for free.

No one is too old for face painting! Though we do require children to be at least one year of age for this activity. If you have older children we can also offer our designs as 'Body Art' rather then 'face painting', we also offer airbrushed tattoos.

Face painting isn't just about the face alone, we also paint hands, arms, necks (for painted necklaces), lower legs, and even backs!

Yes. We love painting boys up as dragons, monsters, and super heroes!

We use only the best, high quality cosmetic grade performance paints, which are FDA approved. They are water based and like our glitter they contain NO metal, are made specifically for use on skin, and are hypoallergenic.

We practice frequent water changes, use of hand sanitizer, and sterilization of our brushes/sponges. We do not paint on open sores, and for health reasons we will not paint children who are sick.

Ultimately we like to have one line and the next person in line goes to the painter who has a free seat. Though some children have a preferred painter they would like to go to, so the single line doesn't always work. In response to situations like this we like to use the 'Butt First Policy'; whoever's butt is in the chair gets painted (manners pending).

Of course! In fact we would also love it if you would share them with us!

Being performance paint it is sweat and smudge resistant, and providing it is kept dry it will NOT rub off when touched. Children can run around and play all day with out much worry about their paint being smeared. It stays where it's put until you remove it.

Soap and water works best. Do not remove with wet wipes as most wet wipes have oils that will push the color deeper into the pours causing a stain. If there is any stain put moisturizer on the skin, let sit for a few minuets, then wash off.


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