- Pro Review
- Usage Tips
- Ingredients & Safety
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To use, thin Wolfe face paint by adding a drop of water from your brush and working the water into the paint thoroughly until it reaches the desired consistency. You may have to experiment to find the best consistency suited for your use. If the paint appears to become goopy over time, this just means it has absorbed some excess moisture. To fix this, add a little more water to thin out the paint, or remove excess moisture by placing it in a dehydrator for a while.
Generally, it is best to add water to Wolfe face paint in a separate container (rather than spraying the entire cake) so you can control the amount of moisture you introduce to the face paint.
Shelf Life: Once opened – 12 months. Stored dry and unopened – 3 years.
How Many Faces Will This Paint?
Each 9 gm pack is good for dozens of applications.
Each 1.06 ounces (30 gm) Wolfe Face Paint Container is good for 50-200 applications.
Each 1.59 ounces (45 gm) Wolfe Face Paint Container is good for 100-250 applications.
Each 3.17 ounces (90 gm) Wolfe Face Paint Container is good for 250-1,000 applications.
Calcium Carbonate, Paraffin Wax, Petrolatum, Dextrin, Glycerin, Stearyl Alcohol, Acacia Senegal Gum, Sodium Benzoate, Perfume Musk, Disodium EDTA. May contain: Titanium Dioxide (77891), Black 2 (77266), Iron oxides (77491, 77492, 77499), Red 7 (15850:1), Red 6 (15850), Yellow 5 (19140), Yellow 6 (15985:1),Chromium Oxide Green (77289), Blue 1 (42090), Ferric Ferrocyanide (77510), Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide (77742), Ultramarines (77007), Yellow 10 Lake (47005:1). Conforms to ASTM D-4236 and 76/768/EEC. Manufactured with FDA and EU approved ingredients.
Please Note: The US FDA recommends against using red, yellow, orange or purple face paints near the eyes and or using blue, green or purple face paints near the lips to avoid possible staining issues.
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