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Wolfe FX Face Paint - Essential Red 45gr (030)
Wolfe FX Face Paint - Essential Red 45gr (030)

List Price: $11.00
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Product Code: WFXR210

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What are the dimensions of this product?
The container is 2 3/4 inches in diameter and 1 1/8 inches tall.

What is this product best for?
All Wolfe FX regular colors are really nice for blending and line work. Wolfe FX Red is great for superheroes since it is bright and bold.

How to apply and remove it?
Apply with a dampened sponge or brush. We recommend that you apply water to your brush or sponge and then load the makeup rather than spraying your paints. To remove use a moist soapy cloth or sponge to wipe the paint off the face. Do not rinse the face off with water first, or it may be more difficult to remove it. Use gentle soap or baby oil around the eyes. Rinse out the cloth or sponge and repeat if necessary.

What else should I know?
Wolfe FX Face Paint are bright, water activated, durable, comfortable, and easy to work with. They have dense pigmentation that provides you with maximum color, and since our Wolfe FX Face Paint have a wax base they flow with movement instead of cracking. Wolfe FX Face Paint are easy to apply, and are perfect for all of your artistic needs.

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Wolfe red September 20, 2015
Reviewer: Gina Lyon from Hornbeak, TN United States  
nice color

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
It's Wolfe! February 28, 2013
Reviewer: eldon kilpatrick from watertown, NY United States  
Does this need a review?! The most brilliant, easily useable red on the market!

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Wolfe Red July 8, 2012
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Fullerton, CA United States  
This is one of the few colors I use of Wolfe Bros paint anymore. Paradise doesn't make a "true" red and Diamond FX is too orangey(possibly it was the batch, because I tried another painters and it was nicely red).
Since I've been painting off and on for 20 years, I've gone from Liquitex(shame of me), to Snazaroo, to Wolfe, and now my palette contains mostly Paradise and Diamond FX, mostly for its Metallics.

Actually, I do use Wolfe's neons, which on my palette I don't know which ones might be Diamond FX anymore.

This might not be news, but after a while I find Wolfe's paint gets gooey. I'm hoping to prevent this by not filling the Wolfe color to the brim. I'm assuming that by using less paint, you are absorbing less water in the paint...if that makes sense.

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