Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Rainblow Glow Body and Face Paint

My friend has decided that he wants to be a film maker. I have become an actress over the last few months and am really starting to enjoy it. When we need blood or bruises for a scene, I was having to use my makeup to try and make them look right and they just don't work, and the fake blood for Halloween, just doesn't look right either, so we needed something that looked a bit more real.




This is your basic face paint set. The normal colors that you usually see, but it also includes a card that shows you exactly how to get the other colors that you want. Being able to get the dark colors and the darker red, is nice for us and makes it so much easier to apply our scene makeup as well.



When I use this, the colors are way too bright and look too much like paint. Which is great if you want this for a face paint set, not so much for what we need it for. After trying a few times, I figured out, that if I mush it up, almost like removing it, while it is still wet, it will start to look like I want it to. It is all trial and error and this set is the perfect way to practice.


When we are done, this comes right off. There was a bit of the red that didn't want to come off and it kind of stained my hand for a bit, but not too badly that I didn't want to go out. Other then that, it came off really easily, and the brush cleaned up easily as well. I think this is a really good set and will continue to use it.



Head on over to the Rainbow Glow Face Paint product page on Amazon. From there, you can find out more about this product, see what others are saying about it, and you can pick up a set for yourself.

I received this product in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion/review.

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