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Kraze FX Face Paints - Domed Rainbow Cakes

Kraze FX domed Rainbow Cakes are bold, colorful, fun, opaque and provide great coverage. Use them with a sponge to pick up all of the colors or with a one inch or 3/4" brush to grab some of the colors and create great looking designs with just a few strokes of your brush or sponge.

Kraze FX professional face and body paints are vegan, cruelty free, hypoallergenic, gluten free, non-toxic and plain fabulous! Their square stackable containers allow you to set several of them in your kit without them taking too much valuable space. Pick the one you want for the specific design and then lay it back down when you are done using it.

Kraze FX face paints are perfect for Halloween, costume parties, cosplayers, professional face and body painters, beginner artists and for parents to play along with their kids. This safe and cosmetic grade FDA and EU compliant formula is easy to apply and easy to wash off. 

To apply it just use water, get your face painting sponge or brush slightly wet, rub the surface of the cake and then apply to the skin. To wash it off, simply get a gentle sponge or cloth, get it slightly wet, add some soap and work the paint off until all pigments have been loosened. Then, rinse with water and repeat if necessary. Make sure that when you are loading your brush or sponge you move it from one end of the cake to the middle, and then from the other end towards the middle, so not to flatten the dome. This way you will avoid getting the middle flatten and eventually go lower than the edge of your cakes. If the domed part gets too pointy, you can go over it back and forward with your brush or sponge to reduce the tip of the dome and make a bit less pointy.

Kraze FX face paints are the perfect brand to get you started or to expand your kit. Designed by a team in the USA and manufactured in Taiwan, this new brand of face paint will have you asking for more!

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