Fusion Body Art Face Paints – 25gr Pearl Colours

Fusion Body Art Pearl face painting colours were specially developed to be blendable and highly shimmery. Our pearl range of water activated face paints was carefully crafted to fulfill the dreams of every professional face and body painter out there. Fusion developed unique duo-tone colours that change colour as the light hits them from different angles. You can see an example of that with our Fusion Body Art – Pearl Magenta Dreams and our Fusion Body Art – Peacock Magic.

Fusion’s pearl colors have a very soft feel on the skin and can provide a solid coverage when used with a sponge. If you used with a brush you will obtain a more translucid softer effect that is ideal when going over the eye lids. All of Fusion’s pearl face paint colors are highly pigmented yet some have more of a soft pastel look while others are bolder. Although they can be used for line work, in general pearl colors are best for base work with a sponge (except for silver and gold which are perfect for line work).

Fusion Body Art Pearl Metallic Silver deserves as specific mention since it is the most metallic looking silver ever developed in the face paint industry. Fusion’s silver face paint was designed to provide you with excellent coverage, a solid metallic look and a nice flow so that you can use it for line work.

To use Fusion Body Art water activated Pearl face paints simply get your face painting brush or sponge slightly wet and then go over a small area of the surface of your cake back and forward until the paint on the tip of your brush or sponge has a creamy consistency, you can also do this with a circular motion rather than back and forward motion. Because of the nature of these colours, they do require a longer activation time than our Prime range of colours. If you notice that you have a bit too much water on your cake keep moving the brush or sponge back and forward until the extra water mixes in with the paint to create that creamy consistency. Once your face painting brush is fully loaded go ahead and swipe your brush or tap your sponge over the skin or area to be painted.

To remove the face paint of your skin simply use soap and warm water. Using a sponge or soft cloth, add some soap and just a few drops of water (enough to activate the soap) and proceed to gently rub the skin until all pigments have been loosened. Then go ahead and rinse with warm water. Repeat one more time if necessary. If you are left with any stains then use some lotion or baby oil, let it set for a few minutes and wipe off. If you are still left with some pigmentation on your skin, wait until the next day. Normal sweat and skin shedding through the night should take care of it.