Fusion Body Art Palette - Lodie Up Cute Pastel Rainbow Palette
Designed by Elodie from Lodie Up, the Cute Pastel Rainbow Palette by Fusion Body Art includes 6 Fusion Body Art mini Split Cakes to make a one-of-a-kind addition to every face painter's kit. This unique, beautiful palette is a great way to try out some brand new colors from the Fusion Body Art line of face paints not available anywhere else. This face painting palette contains the perfect colors for designs everyone will love, making it a fun and useful addition to your face paint collection. With six vibrant pastel split cakes, this palette is perfect for flowers, unicorns, rainbows, cute animals, and more!
Cakes and Colors Included:
Lodie Up Sweet Pink: Dark Pink - Pastel Magenta - Pastel Pink - Prime White - Prime White
Lodie Up Sweet Dream: Dark Blue Pastel - Dark Pastel Purple - Pastel Purple - Pastel Blue - Pastel Yellow
Lodie Up Cotton Candy: Pastel Magenta - Pastel Pink - Pastel Yellow - Pastel Blue - Prime White
Lodie Up Ice Cream: Pastel brown - Pastel Orange - Pastel Yellow - Pastel Yellow - Prime Pink Sorbet
Lodie Up Cute Pastel Mint: Pastel Dark Green - Pastel Blue Green - Pastel Mint - Pastel Yellow
How to Apply
Simply load a paint sponge with some or all of the colours in this cake by moving the sponge from side to side, and then tapping the colours just where you want them. You can create amazingly colourful designs with just one cake! Take care using just enough water to activate and load your sponge to get a clean impression. You can also use these larger rainbow cakes for 1 stroke painting if you load up just a few of the colors at a time with a 1” or smaller flat brush. Once you have the colors that you want loaded you can paint flowers, unicorns, butterflies, and so much more!
**NOTE. The USA FDA has yet to test these pigments for skin safety. Fusion Body Art has conducted private testings by specialized labs to determine that these products are indeed safe to be used on the skin, but regulations in the USA still require for us to indicate that they are not to be used on the skin. Please know that the FDA usually doesn't test a pigment for safety unless it feels there is a public concern over the safety of the pigment.