Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for taking the time to browse our frequently asked questions!  We hope you find the answers that you are looking for.  If not, feel free to contact us at any point     .


Also, if you are wondering how many face paintings and balloons can be done in an hour, simply decide what level of complexity you are interested in offering of each, and simply add the two together. 

How many faces can you paint in an hour?

People often ask how many faces we can paint in an hour, and it all depends on what you're looking for.


Click on this link above to see examples of your options and decide what you would like to have at your party.

How many balloons in an hour?

Balloon creations take, on average, one minute per balloon used - plus about 30 seconds each customer, to discuss what they want, colors, etc.  


So, one-balloon swords would take about a minute an a half each, while a five balloon princess would take about five minutes.

How do I remove my face paint?

We use only cosmetic grade, FDA approved, hypoallergenic and nontoxic face paints, and they can almost always be removed with nothing more than a warm, wet wash cloth and maybe a little bit of soap.


Occasionally, a child may leave a face painting on for a very long time (for example, overnight) or they may have very absorbent or dry skin. In those cases, there may be a shadow of the face painting left behind (a hint of color or an outline), and the best way to get rid of it is to gently rub it away with a cotton pad and Vaseline. Additionally, some parents choose to simply wait a few hours and wash again, in which case it usually disappears completely.


You can also use baby oil, baby shampoo, or baby wipes.

Do you offer sweatproof face painting?

Yes.  Our standard face paints are designed to wash off quickly and easily, which is ideal for those who want to have loads of fun being painted, and then go home and wash it completely.


For those wanting to be painted for concerts, plays, or other activities that require a very hardy base, however, we offer specially formulated, FDA approved face paints that will withstand a certain amount of abuse.


For these paints, we recommend that you wash them off with liquid soap first (no water added).  Once most of the color is removed, you can then continue to wash the remainder off with soap and water.


Our alcohol based paints (which are particularly good for tattoo style designs) wash off best with alcohol (NOT water).