Kryvaline Face Paint (Creamy line) - Fluorescent Blue 30gr
The container is 2 14/16 inches in diameter and 9/16 inches tall.
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. This line of makeup may require a bit more water than other brands. The first time you use some colors you might need to work the color until your break the "waxy" barrier. These colors remove easily with soap and water.
What is this product best for?
All Kryvaline Fluorescent colors will glow under black light. Kryvaline Creamy Fluorescent Blue is very dull and fairly transparent under regular light. This color has been designed for black light use and it will glow blue with a hint of purple under the black light. It is not as bright as the rest of the Fluorescent colors, even under black light, but it is great for creating 3D effects and shading under the black light.
What else should I know?
All standard colors are made with FDA compliant ingredients and are hypoallergenic. These paints contain no perfume to reduce the risk of allergic reactions. All standard colors are made with FDA compliant ingredients and are hypoallergenic. Kryvaline cakes are made in China under the direction of Kryvaline. They contain no perfume, parabens or lanolin to reduce the risk of allergic reactions.
Neon colors, like in many other brands, are made with pigments that have not been approved by the FDA to be used in cosmetics (the FDA has not tested them yet for cosmetic use) but they have been independently tested and have been determined safe for cosmetic use by independent laboratories. Following FDA guidelines these colors are only intended to be used as a Special FX product to be applied on to prosthetics, clothing, etc. Since this products was mainly designed to be sold in Canada, it does not have such warning on its label, but the warning still applies to USA based customers and users.
Conforms to ASTM D4236, USP 61 Microbial limit tests, US California Prop 65 and CE-EN71 part 3: 1994.
Made in China.