RainbowGlow Face Paint Review
Face Paint Kit For Professional Adults
This post is going to be a little unusual. I am starting right off the bat that this is not a complete post. I plan on updating with another video, so that there are two, yes two, videos for the RainbowGlow face and body paint. I wanted to go over right now the paint itself and how it is presented. I will update in a few days when I get over my fever and feel ok to show my face again.
Included in this set are several paints, a brush, instructions, aaand… Glitter! Yes there is glitter in this. The shiny foil square on the right of the paints is actually glitter. Do not investigate this unless you want to get glitter everwhere when you open the foil for the first time.
The paints themselves are very bold and vibrant. It does not take a lot to get them to apply to the skin. Just a bit of water and in the paint square and you’re good to go. Cleanup is also a breeze, since all you need is some soap and water. Nothing extremely complicated about using it or cleaning up. I haven’t noticed any staining of my skin while using this, but I have not had it very long. When I update this, I will wear it for an elongated time and see what the results are. I hope you follow this in a few days, I would love to know your thoughts!
You can check out this on Amazon HERE.
Disclaimer: I did receive this RainbowGlow face and body paint for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
Below is Part 1 of my videos:
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