Get ready for Halloween!

Halloween

Get Ready For Halloween – New at Dots ‘N Doodles Art Supplies

 

 

 

Halloween

 Get ready for Halloween

Face & Body Paint NOW at Dots ‘N Doodles Art Supplies

Perfect for Halloween and Costume Parties

 
Get ready for
Halloween with Derivan Face Paint.   Available in 9 colors and 2 Metallics in 40 ml and 250 ml pots, and 5 shimmering glitter colors in a 36 ml squeeze bottle.  And our very realistic Fake Blood comes in 36 ml and 135 ml bottles.  Get creative!
  
    Face Paint 
Derivan Face & Body Paint has been tested and meets the safety requirements for use on young and/or sensitive skin.  All colors have been formulated with FDA approved ingredients.  Derivan Face & Body Paint can easily be washed off with soap and water.
Halloween face and body paint family
Derivan Face & Body Paint is a safe, non-toxic paint for use on the face and body.
It is designed as a drama and theatre paint which can also be used for fetes, fairs, children’s parties and wherever face and/or body painting is required.
Halloween

I’ve heard that acrylic paints can be harmful/carcinogenic when used on the skin.This is not strictly true. Although some regular artist acrylics may contain pigments that are possibly carcinogenic, it is the pigment that poses the danger – not the acrylic. Potentially harmful pigments will usually have more obvious health warnings on them than a cigarette packet, so it will not be hard to work out which are the bad ones.Keep in mind, though, that there are other reasons not to use artist paints on the skin: the same reasons that anything other than cosmetics should not be used on the skin. Only cosmetic products made to cosmetic standards (or other therapeutic goods that are designed to go on the skin) are made using materials that are proven to be safe on the skin and can be used for prolonged periods without any side effects. Derivan Face & Body Paint is one such cosmetic product.As for other Derivan products, if they are labelled non-toxic then that’s what they are. However, being non-toxic does not mean that they are safe to eat, or, for that matter, go on the skin. They are designed to be safe for their intended use and if a person happens to consume a small amount ‘accidentally’ or get some on their skin, the average person will have no reaction. You should keep in mind that there are people who are not ‘average’ and are hyper-sensitive to some things. They may find that the paints cause them irritation or even cause them to become quite ill, and this can happen with many different things – even the humble peanut can quite literally be life threatening to some people. With that said, I can’t remember a health complaint about our products (and I have been here since 1983). In short, “non-toxic” does not equal “cosmetic”.To summarise: Acrylics are not necessarily dangerous (many acrylics are approved and used in cosmetics worldwide) however it is certainly wrong to use a regular artist acrylic as a face paint. Only paints such as the Derivan Face & Body Paint or Tim Gratton’s Body & Face Paints, that are cosmetic products, should be used.

Color Sample 36ml 40ml 250ml
White no yes yes
Yellow no yes yes
Orange no yes yes
Red no yes yes
Purple no yes yes
Blue no yes yes
Green no yes yes
Brown no yes yes
Maroon no yes yes
Black no yes yes
Metallic Gold gold sample no yes yes
Metallic Silver silver sample no yes yes
Metallic Bronze Bronze sample no yes yes
*Fluro Yellow no yes yes
*Fluro Orange no yes yes
*Fluro Pink no yes yes
*Fluro Red no yes yes
*Fluro Blue no yes yes
*Fluro Green no yes yes
Crystalina (glitter) yes no no
Red (glitter) yes no no
Hot Pink (glitter) yes no no
Lilac (glitter) yes no no
Majestic Purple (glitter) yes no no
Blue (glitter) yes no no
Lime (glitter) yes no no
Green (glitter) yes no no
Aqua (glitter) yes no no
Aztec Gold (glitter) yes no no
Gold (glitter) yes no no
Silver (glitter) yes no no

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