Global Colours’ SEA GREEN Blending Make Up is a new cream blend formula to allow you to blend the edges away or into the adjoining colour with a seamless gradient. It’s also perfect for smooth, large surface area base work, dry brushing and gentle colour washes.
Global Colours Blending face and body paint is a soft, malleable and blend-able. Where regular face paint dries almost instantly this Blending Make Up will keep a creamy consistency for a few minutes on application before drying, giving you time to manipulate and blend it using a dry sponge or brush or Smoothie Blender.
This cream blending formula can also be used dry, with a dry brush to create a smokey, transparent effect.
A rich, cool-toned green perfect for mermaids and aquatic adventures, and a wonderful colour for leaves as a great contrast to pink flowers. This is a blueish green, but more green than teal, and more green then TAG Turquoise, and lighter than Fusion Deep Green.
Global Colours Blending Make Up:
A softer cake formulation, giving a buff-able finish that can be manipulated to blend away edges or melt between two colours for a seamless gradient effect. Stays creamy and blendable for a few minutes to give you greater control.
Standard face paint (Global, Fusion, TAG, etc):
Designed to dry fast to give you crisp, sharp lines of bold colour that do not bleed and stay sharp. To blend one colour into another apply both with same sponge at once and dab back and forth.
Global Colours Blending Make Up dries to a comfortable, flexible finish. It is glycerine based, and saturated with colour pigment.
Directions for use: Activate the face paint with water to a creamy consistency and apply to the skin brush or sponge as normal. Use a dry brush or sponge to manipulate and blend it. It removes easily from the skin with water and soap, makeup remover or makeup wipes.
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