Fusion Body Art Face Paints

Fusion Body Art Face Paints

Fusion Body Art Information - Their Range

PRIME FUSION COLORS

Prime Face Paint

Fusion Prime colors are bold and opaque. The consistency is ideal for detailed line work and smooth bases.

Fusion's water based Prime Colors can be used to create endless face paint designs and the durable base ingredients make it ideal for long lasting looks. 

Based on the manufacturer's labeling, Fusion's Prime face paints are produced following US FDA and EEC (European regulator) regulations for cosmetic use.

Currently, Fusion Body Art paints are manufactured in China under the direction and close supervision of the Fusion Body Art team in Australia.

Based on US FDA recommendations for all cosmetic products using the same pigments that Fusion uses, please do not use Pink Sorbet, Magic Magenta, Royal Purple and Fresh Lilac around the eye area. It is also not recommended for any cosmetic to be left on the skin for too long, so make sure to wash it off at the end of the day with soap and water. To prevent stains, avoid contact with carpets, upholstery and fabric.

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Pearl Fusion Body Art Colors

Pearl Face Paint

Fusion Body Art's Pearl Face Paints are ideal for adding a sparkling, shimmery, metallic or pearly effect (depending on the color) to your face painting designs.

Made with special pearlescent and metallic looking pigments, Fusion's Pearl Colors will reflect light creating a beautiful effect that kids and adults will love.

Based on the manufacturer's claims, Fusion Pearl face paints are produced following US FDA and EEC (European regulator) regulations for cosmetic use.

Currently, Fusion Body Art paints are manufactured in China under the direction and close supervision of the Fusion Body Art team in Australia.

It is not recommended for any cosmetic to be left on the skin  for too long. Wash off at the end of the day with soap and water. To prevent stains, avoid contact with carpets, upholstery and fabric.

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Neon UV Fusion Paints

Neon / UV Special Effects Paints

Fusion Neon UV Reactive Special Effects Paints makes your designs glow under a black light and most colors also have a dayglow effect under the regular light.

Fusion Neon Paints are ideal for black light body painting, raves, black light parties, haunted houses, bowling alleys and any other event in which you want to glow!

Although many countries consider these UV / Neon paints as neon face paints, in the USA and most European countries they must be labeled as special effects paints as the local regulators have not tested them yet for cosmetic use, even though the manufacturer claims they have been tested and proved safe for use on skin by private laboratories.


Fusion Neon Blue and Neon Purple do not have such a strong glowing effect under black light compared to the other neon colors and look dull under regular light. Neon white is very bright under a black light and looks almost transparent under regular light. Use contrasting colors to achieve a chromadepth or 3D effect.

Fusion does not recommend the use of their Neon Colors around the eye area and/or lips. Avoid contact with carpets, upholstery and fabric.

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Fusion Large Split Rainbow Cakes

Fusion Large Rainbow Split Cakes

Fusion Body Art's Large Rainbow Cakes are multi colored split cakes large enough to cover a big area of the face with just one swipe of your sponge. You can also use sections of each cake with a large flat brush. Fusion Split Cakes come in bold color combos and are a favorite face paint product for use at birthday parties, carnivals, pride fests and more.

Fusion Rainbow Cakes will allow you to create designs like rainbows, flames, tiger faces, leaves, flowers and other multi colored face painting designs quickly and effortlessly once you learn how to use them.

Some Fusion Rainbow Cakes contain neon colors, or pink and purple pigments. In these cases, the same warnings mentioned before apply. Avoid contact with carpets, upholstery and fabric.

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Fusion Small Split Cakes

Fusion Small Rainbow Split Cakes

Fusion's Small Rainbow Split Cakes are multi colored split cakes small enough to create small and unique colorful designs with just one stroke of your brush. Fusion Body Art's Small Split Cakes will amaze your customers the as they see you create colorful designs quickly. They are perfect for face painting at birthday parties, festivals, pride events, carnivals and Halloween. 

Fusion Small Rainbow Cakes will allow you to create designs like princess crowns, dolphins, rainbows, flames, leaves, flowers and other multi colored face painting designs quickly and effortlessly once you learn how to apply them.

Some Fusion Small Rainbow Cakes contain neon colors, or red and blue pigments. In these cases, the same warnings mentioned before apply. Avoid contact with carpets, upholstery and fabric.

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Palettes by Fusion Body Art

Fusion Face Painting Palettes

Get some of the best Fusion face painting colors in just one palette and enjoy all of that magic in one small easy to carry container filled with face paint!

Fusion has a huge array of palettes to choose from for all types of face painting styles. You can get solid color palettes or Fusion Spectrum Palettes that are full of beautiful rainbow cake combos in different sizes.  Leanne Courtney's amazing collection of Petal Palettes by Fusion are one of the most loved face paint products on the market!

Some Fusion Palettes contain neon colors, or pink or purple pigments. In these cases, the same warnings mentioned before apply. Avoid contact with carpets, upholstery and fabric.

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Fusion Petal Sponge

Fusion Sponges

Fusion Petal Sponges are a great tool to add to your face painting kit. With a soft and gentle texture, kids and adults will love the sensation on their skin and will not get irritated by them. The special pink petal shape makes them perfect for painting flowers and butterflies with Fusion Rainbow Cakes and Split Cakes. 

Fusion Body Art Refills

Fusion Palette Refills

Fusion Body Art is starting to carry palette refills so that face painters can replace their most used cakes. The first set are for the Happy Pixie Palette by Leanne Courtney. These Prime and Pearl Split Cakes have proved to be very popular for butterflies and fairies, and now you can get the refills to go in your palette or to use alone. 

 

Fusion Safety Information and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

Based on manufacturer´s statements and labels Fusion face paints are hypoallergenic and produced with US FDA and ECC compliant ingredients for cosmetic applications (with the exception of neon colors). 

Also, according to the manufacturer Fusion face paints are vegan, cruelty free, nut free, gluten free, paraben free and perfume free, making them an excellent option for most skin types. Still, the manufacturer always recommends to discontinue its use if a rash develops and to not apply it to broken skin. Remove with mild soap and water. Some traces of color may remain for a short period after washing. Many face paint producers recommend that you conduct a patch test on the inside part of your elbow if you think you could be allergic to the product, and if no reaction occurs then you can get face painted. When in doubt, always consult with a doctor or healthcare professional.

Based on US FDA recommendations, please do not use Pink Sorbet, Magic Magenta, Royal Purple and Fresh Lilac around the eyes. It is also not recommended for any cosmetic to be left on the skin  for too long. To prevent stains, avoid contact with carpets, upholstery and fabric.

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Fusion Application, Removal and Storage Tips

Fusion Pearl PaintingApply with Sponge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fusion Face Paints

Activation and Application
In order to activate Fusion face paints, use a dampened face painting sponge or face painting brush. First, get your sponge or brush slightly wet, make sure to remove any excess water before activating the face paint. Then, rub the brush or sponge against the face paint cake in order to activate the paint. Make sure to keep rubbing back and forward until the paint has a creamy consistency. If you are using a face painting brush for line work you can also go for a more ink like consistency. If you have too much water on the cake keep rubbing the sponge or brush in order to work that water into the paint and get the right consistency.

Once you have your preferred applicator loaded with face paint, then apply it to the skin. If you are using a sponge make sure to apply the face paint using a patting motion rather than swiping your sponge. Patting gently and consistently gives you a much smoother and opaque base than swiping your sponge. We recommend to use face painting sponges when applying a base coat.

When working with brushes simply lay the face painting brush against the skin and move in the desired direction. Make sure to keep a steady firm hand to have good control over your brush.

Removal
Fusion Body Art face paints can be removed easily with just soap and water. You can use a soft sponge or cloth to aid in the removal process. Always start by coating the skin with a thin layer of soap. Once you have worked the soap into the face paint, then proceed to rinse. You might need to repeat this process a few times. Always make sure to be gentle, excessive rubbing of your skin can cause irritation. Also, we suggest not to use scented baby wipes since the perfume can cause allergic reactions. If any stains are left on the skin, consider using lotion. You might need to let the lotion set in for a few minutes before wiping it off. In the rare case in which a stain is still visible after this process, please wait for 24 hours before attempting to wash off the area again, as to not irritate your skin with facial cleansers and rubbing. After washing, if any stains remain, normal sweating and oil production from your skin will aid in the removal process, as well as rubbing against your sheets while you sleep.

Keep in mind that all face paints can stain since it depends mostly on your skin type. If you are concerned, always try a small patch of the color on the area to be painted and test for stains 30 minutes after. If the color does leave a stain, you might want to consider using a different color if that concerns you. Colors like dark green, dark blue and teal are usually more likely to stain in every brand, though with Fusion this happens very rarely.

To remove the face paint off your face painting brushes and sponges, we recommend using a brush soap like Brush and Body Wash by Jest Paint. These soaps are designed to remove oils and pigments off your tools and will do a much better job than regular hand soap. Once your tools have been washed off and thoroughly rinsed to remove all traces of soap, let them dry out completely before storing them.

Storage
Like with all cosmetic products, it is always best to keep Fusion face paints away from a direct light source and in a cool and dry environment. Excessive heat can make your face paints really soft, and excessive light can fade the colors on the outer layers of your cake. An excess of humidity in a sealed container can cause mold to grow and spoil your face paints.

Before putting your face paints away after you use them, make sure to wipe the top clean using a clean sponge (do not use baby wipes since they will leave a fuzzy layer on your cakes), let them dry out with the lids open and then proceed to put the lids back on and store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight. You can use face paint laptop cases to keep light away from your cakes.

 Applying rainbow cakes

Paint with Split Cakes

 

Fusion Split Cakes 

Activation and Application
In order to activate Fusion split cake style face paints, use a damped face painting sponge or face painting brush. First, get your sponge or brush slightly wet, make sure to remove any excess water before activating the face paint. Then, rub the brush or sponge against the face paint cake in order to activate the paint. Make sure to keep rubbing back and forward until the paint has a creamy consistency. If you are using a face painting brush for line work you can also go for a more ink like consistency. If you have too much water on the cake keep rubbing the sponge or brush in order to work that water into the paint and get the right consistency.

Using split cakes can look tricky at first, but once you get used it you will find them easy to use. When loading your Fusion split cake make sure to move your sponge or brush back and forward following the direction of the stripes. Make sure not to shake your applicator side to side so that the colors don't get muddy. When using a brush, you will likely want to use a 3/4' or 1" face painting brush and use Fusion Small Rainbow Cakes. Move your brush in the direction you wish, making sure not to flip your brush so that colors don't get muddy. If you want to cover larger skin areas you will likely want to use a Large Rainbow Cake with a half circle sponge, using the flat side of the sponge against the cake to activate and apply to the skin in a patting motion while spreading out the rainbow colors.

Removal
Use the same steps to remove Fusion rainbow split cakes from your skin as you would with their regular solid colors.

Storage
Use the same care to store Fusion rainbow split cakes as you would with their regular solid colors.

A Little More About Fusion Face Paints

Fusion Body Art came into existence in 2019 by 2 brothers who have been a part of the face and body painting industry and make up production for many years prior. Fusion Body Art is based in Australia and prides themselves in creating products that are high quality, skin safe and trusted by face painters around the world. Fusion works with creative face paint artists like Leanne Courtney and Natalie Davies to create new products that face painters crave.

This family owned and operated business creates vegan, cruelty free, perfume free, lanolin free and nut free products so that the chance of skin reactions are very few and far between. They choose pigments that are the easiest to wash off, and they are always available to answer questions. 

You can read more about Fusion Face Paints and see out entire range by visiting our Fusion Supplies Page. There you can buy all of your favorite Fusion face paints and tools to make your face painting even better! Open each Fusion Color to see a swatch on the skin! You might also find a demo design using the particular color or rainbow cake. 

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