Dancing Dragon's Colors: Neon Yellow, Teal, Pearl Lime, Neon Green, and Medium Green.
The Dancing Dragon cake is perfect for monsters, mermaids, dragons, comic characters, snakes, leaves and garden fairies!
Neon colors are made with pigments that have not been approved by the USA Cosmetic Regulator to be used in cosmetics (the agency has not tested them yet for cosmetic use). According to the manufacturer they have been independently tested and determined safe for cosmetic use by independent labs and by other government agencies in different countries. Following the regulator’s guidelines, they are labeled as a Special FX Product - Prosthetic Paint (for professional use only) - Not a cosmetic Product Apply product to prosthetic appliances, bald caps, clothing, etc. This applies ONLY to the UV/Neon pigments in this product and not to the rest of the pigments, and ONLY in the USA and some parts of Europe.
TAG cakes are vegan and they are not tested on animals. They contain no parabens or lanolin to reduce the risk of allergic reactions. TAG cakes are made in Taiwan under the direction of TAG Body Art in Australia.
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TIPS FOR USING 50 Gr Cakes:
The large 50 gram cakes can be used in their entirety if you load all of the colors up on half of a circle sponge. You can load the flat side of the sponge, or the rounded side. If you load on the rounded side you have more control over how much of the rainbow you want to press against the skin as you work around the face. You simply rock the sponge and pat as you move around the face. If you use the flat side of the sponge you will get the whole rainbow on the face, unless you pull up one of the edges of the sponge…which can lead to messy hands. You can also use your round, flat or filbert brushes to load two or more colors from the cake, depending on the width of the brush you choose. You could use half of the cake for a gradient back ground, and the remaining colors to put flowers, hearts etc. on top, and everything will match. You might like trying to load two to three colors and sponging those coming out in staggered stripes from around the eye, and then filing in the space with the other 2-3 colors flipped, so that you have actually changed the order of the colors for variety sake.