Fusion, Leanne's Summer Crush FX
Our Fusion, 30g Leanne's Summer Crush FX, One Stroke, utilise unique formula’s that are sourced from the highest quality pigments and additives to assure world class consistency.
Summer Crush is a bright rich gradient. The Deep Merlot edge that mixes with the Magic Magenta creates a gorgeous colour that really makes this cake unique. With Summer Crush, you can paint beautiful butterflies, flowers, unicorn manes, cupcakes, tropical birds and so much more. The Deep Merlot edge also makes painting faster because it can work as the outline of your designs. Some of the Fusion colours in the cake will glow under black lights.
Includes: Prime Deep Merlot, Prime Magic Magenta, FX UV Neon Orange, FX UV Neon Yellow, Prime Deep Teal.
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 split cake, 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.
A 3/4” (18mm) or 1" (25mm) Flat, Filbert or Angle Brush are good brush options.
Water based, Non-staining and easy to remove with soap and tepid water.
Compliant with all worldwide safety regulations, incl. FDA and EU standards. (see below)
Fusion Face and Body Paints are made in China under the direction of Fusion Body Art. All FD&C and D&C pigments are manufactured in the USA, guaranteeing that only the safest pigments make it into Fusion Body Art.
Store Fusion Body Art Paints in a dry location away from extreme heat, humidity or cold. Use paint within 12 months from opening to ensure freshness.
✓ Vegan Friendly ✓ Not Tested on Animals ✓ Gluten Free ✓ Perfume Free ✓ Paraben Free
The Neon Paints within this Split Cake, 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)
They have been independently tested and have been determined safe for cosmetic use by independent laboratories.
However, following FDA guidelines these colours are labeled as a Special FX product to be used on prosthetics, clothing, etc. and “not” a cosmetic product.