Let There be PAINT!!
My designs include full face, half face, face accents, and eye accents. For some, I put down a base coat to make it POP! I also paint arms, chests, backs & necks, and full bodies for special events. I love a full canvas to paint on! My designs include paint, eyeshadows, glitter & gems. I go with my "flow" and design quickly. Time is of the essence! My average painting is 5-10 minutes. I always have designs printed out for lots of choices, and natural creativity for any requests. Here you can see some of my favorite skin art designs.
We discuss the event, what is needed, location, how many patrons, the theme, supplies needed, etc. I send you my rates, and you select from 2 set-up sizes. Then an agreed amount is set, and a deposit is sent to reserve the date. (Acceptable methods of payment: Credit card, Venmo, Check or Cash)
I arrive 30 min - 1 hour before the event (depending on set-up) at the agreed location. If need be, I use a drip cloth below me. If it's lowly lit, I'll bring lights for my area to see better. I usually bring my own table, but chairs are best if provided by the organizers to reduce my load. (Please send load & unload instructions prior to arrival)
Patrons pick the design of their choice from my selection. Each design can take 5-10 mins, depending on choice. At times a special request happens were it may take a little longer to paint.
After the time is up, and everyone's happily painted, I pack up and make sure to LEAVE NO TRACE BEHIND. The final payment is made at the (beginning or) end of the agreed time.
WHAT'S THE SET-UP?
4 foot table, table runner & signs, design choice book, lights & accents
30 min setup
10x10 foot tent, 2 tables, hanging signs, design choices, lights, accents, & if possible, a backdrop for photos.
1 hour setup
I wear a mask while painting - especially indoors
I don't paint too close to face openings (eyes, nose, mouth)
I dip brushes in alcohol between paintings to sterilize them
I change/clean my water 2-6 times per event, depending on the help
I use hand sanitizer between paintings
...to keep myself & others safe.