Fusion Special FX Stroke Leanne's Purple Pixie
Special FX Product
Designed By: Makeup Artist Leanne Courtney
If you are looking for a unique split cake that will give a special pop to your designs, Purple Pixie, by Leanne Courtney, is a perfect choice. This colour combo is fresh and springy, and perfect for flowers, butterflies, pony hair, tropical birds and so much more! You can also use Purple Pixie to paint peacock feathers, Carnival and Mardi Gras designs.
Colour Combination: Prime Deep Purple, Prime White, FX UV Neon Yellow, FX UV Neon Green
How to Apply
Fusion Body Art’s split cakes just require a flat face painting brush and water to get started. For flowing cheek art designs use a 1” flat brush to load all of the colours in the split cake or use smaller flat brushes to just pick up a few of the colours. Make sure to start with a slightly damp brush and add more water as needed by just dipping one corner of the brush lightly into your water. If you are new to 1 stroke painting, the internet is filled with tons of amazing 1 stroke design ideas to inspire you. This method of painting will save you a lot of time, and it will impress your clients as they watch these beautiful Fusion Body Art colours flow off your brush at the same time. You can also load your split cakes with small face painting sponges or round daubers. When using sponge, dab the colours onto where you would like them, gently patting back and forth until all of the colours are even and bold.
✓ Vegan Friendly ✓ Not Tested on Animals ✓ Gluten Free ✓ Perfume Free ✓ Paraben Free
PRODUCT LABEL & INFORMATION
Though widely used around the world by face painters & special FX artists, as of yet, the US FDA and EU Commission have not tested neon pigments to be used in cosmetics, therefore they have not been approved by the FDA or EU to be labelled as a cosmetic in the US & EU. Following FDA guidelines, the labels of all UV colours are as follows:
Special FX Product - Prosthetic Paint (for professional use only) - Not a cosmetic Product
Use water to active the paint with a sponge or brush. Paint prosthetics or bald caps for haunted houses. Paint clothing or decor for all kinds of UVB blacklight events. To avoid staining, please avoid unintentional contact with carpets, painted walls and upholstery.