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Since 2007, Paint On Your Face has graced more than 1,500 events all over Southern California! With clients ranging from families large and small, to corporate clients such as Target and the Lakers, to celebrity clients, our team is proud to offer our creative services to a diverse crowd, whether the event be private or public.

Q: When will you arrive for setup?

A:  Our artists, photobooth attendant, and dj/entertainer all arrive with plenty of time to get setup before showtime. As a general rule of thumb, facepainters arrive 15-20 minutes before start time.

Q: How do I book an event?

A: If you'd like to book an event with us, just follow these 3 steps....

1. Go to paintonyourface.com/book and fill out the Contact Form

2. Receive an email from us within 24 hours with instructions and a link to pay your deposit

3. Pay your deposit, and receive an email confirmation. 

You are all set! If you need any urgent help at all, just contact Jamie, the owner, on her cell at (213) 280-7196

Q: How much is the deposit?

A: The deposit for your event varies depending on which services you're booking, how long you are booking for, and/or how many artists you'd like to book. Generally it's approximately 20% of the invoice, or between $50-$100 per artist depending on the event.

Q: What is included with the Facepainting?

A: Our face painting service includes a professional artist who has 5-10 years of professional experience facepainting at events. They will arrive 15-20 minutes early for setup. They will bring their table and professional makeup chair, and all of their makeup supplies. Your artist will offer popular designs such as animals, superheroes, 

Q: Will my Artist bring a display of designs?

A: Generally most of our artists bring a menu/display of designs. If there is a specific theme, just let us know. Please note that there may be an extra charge for creating a new physical menu with custom designs.

Q: What kind of products will the Artist use?

A: Our facepainters use FDA approved makeup that is specifically for facepainting and body art. We refrain from using acrylic paint, and "costume store makeup." Our artists use glitter that is cosmetic and safe for the skin

For more questions please fill out our Contact Form  and we'll email you back shortly