Global Body Art Face Paint - Fun Stroke Double Dip - Sugar Rush
Teal, Magenta, Orange, Yellow and White.
What are the dimensions of this product?
30 gram standard container - 2 1/16" x 1 1/4" x 10/16"
What is this product best for?
This Double Dip Fun Stroke color combination is perfect for creating flower petals and butterfly eye masks! The white edge allows to have more control in lightening and darkening the color of the cake for various skin tones as well as creating double dip flowers using a petal like brush. Simply load your cake as normal (avoiding the white) for a bold effect; then, dip your brush in the white end for a pastel effect. You can create designs combining both options generating a fun contrast between bold and pastel colors. You can also dip your Bolt Blooming Brush on the white area of the cake and then dip the tip in one color. Watch the video below for a demo on these techniques.
How do I apply the paint?
Load a wet flat, angled or filbert brush back and forth over the Fun Stroke cake, using a small amount of water to moisten your paint. Choose a brush size based on how many colors you want to pick up. Hold the cake vertically so that any dripping paint will run down the color of the stripe, and not across the whole rainbow.
How do I remove the paint?
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.
All Standard colors are made with FDA compliant ingredients and are hypoallergenic. Global cakes are made in China under the direction of Global Body Art in Australia. They contain no perfume, parabens or lanolin to reduce the risk of allergic reactions. Global cakes are vegan and they are not tested on animals.
Special FX Product - Prosthetic Paint (for professional use only) - Not a cosmetic Product
Apply product to prosthetic appliances, bald caps, clothing, etc to create a glowing effect that will be even brighter under black light. Use contrasting colors to achieve a chromadepth or 3D effect.