FPA 50g Combo, Sarah Asker, Pimelea
Our 50g Pimelea Combo Cake by Sarah Asker, manufactured by Face Paints Australia are water based Split Blending Cakes, which help you create beautiful designs with the swipe of your brush or sponge.
Pimelea, which is in a Horizontal layout, Portrait style, is ideal for butterfly and petal sponges.
Pimelea includes, Metallic Cupids Bow, Essential Lilac, Teal, Pistachio and Lemon Chiffon.
Vibrant and highly pigmented, ideal for face and body painting. The high covering power makes them economical for use in professional face painting.
To apply, use a moist sponge or brush, do not add water to the paint direct. Using the flat side of your damp sponge, wipe across the one stroke-combo, parallel with the stripes, loading the sponge. On the selected area of skin, gently dab the sponge (pressing, not wiping) until the desired density of paint is applied.
Sarah designed this cake to be used with smaller flat and angled brushes.
The paint will dry to a smudge free finish in under a minute.
Washes off easily with soap and water, however remove any residual colour with makeup remover or baby oil or an alternative natural skin-safe oil.
FPA products contain no animal ingredients by-products, in the manufacturing process, and are not tested on animals. Perfume Free
Safety Information from Face Paint Australia and Oxford BioScience (UK)
F.P.A. Essential, Metallix, Neon, Combo Cake and Brush Combo's are fully UK & EU compliant.
“The evaluation of the entire composition and applied ingredient concentrations indicate that as a whole the composition of this cosmetic product complies with the requirements of of the European Parliament and of the Council.”
Cosmetic Regulation (EC) No.1223/2009 (click for info)
As with most cosmetics, don’t leave on eyes or lips for extended periods of time. Children under six years should use with adult supervision. Avoid contact with fabrics. May cause irritation to sensitive skin, discontinue use if irritation or rash develops. Use within 18 months of opening container.
Images for guidance. Occasionally colours bleed, simply swipe the One strokes with slight damp sponge to refresh.