FPA 30g, Neon Blue
Our 30g Neon Blue, by Face Paints Australia Face is perfect for glow parties, raves and festival’s. In non-blacklight situations Neon Blue is also stunning when blended with other non-Neon Blues to add brightness and make the colour really pop.
Formulated from high quality cosmetic grade ingredients, FPA colours are easy to blend and the bright shades in the range will pop from a distance.
This 30g, water-activated paint should cover hundreds of faces or a full body.
Internationally acclaimed artists Lynne Jamieson, Lisa Marie MacKinnon, Jenny Saunders and US Artist Dutch all strongly endorse, paint and create with FPA.
Do not add water to the paint directly. Using a slightly damp brush or sponge, activate the face paint to a creamy consistency and apply to the skin. The paint will dry to a smudge free finish in under a minute.
This line of makeup may require a bit more water than other brands. The first time you use some colours you might need to work the colour until your break the "waxy" barrier
To avoid smudging when painting over other colours, wait until first colour is touch dry before applying next layer.
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
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.
FPA, Neon colours, as 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)Note from manufacturer, they have been independently tested by BioScience, Oxford UK and are fully compliant and have been determined safe for cosmetic use.