Big Grins Face Painting & Body Art
Hired 40 times
10 years in business
28 photos and 4 videos
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I am constantly looking for ways to improve the quality and speed of my work. I research new supplies and techniques showcased by industry experts. I read about what face painters are doing, supplies reviews, tips and tricks. I also regularly watch extensive video training on specific topics related the face painting and body art that are made available every month.
- What types of customers have you worked with?
We at Big Grins provide trained, talented, insured, experienced, passionate entertainers who offer face painting, body painting, and balloon twisting. We also offer glitter tattoos, airbrush face painting, and airbrush tattoos which are great options for hot weather, pool parties, and water activities. Ask for more details. **Big Grins Face Painting are one of the few companies in the area that offer summer-proof face painting and body art options: airbrush face painting, airbrush temporary tattoos, and glitter tattoos are all water-resistant and smudge-proof. You can go swimming, dancing, and running around without worry of losing your design. I can provide face painting and body art for any of the following and more: Birthday Parties Theme Parties (Princess, Super Heroes, you name it) Corporate Events or PR/marketing events Family Reunions Night Club Events Festivals Sweet Sixteen or Quinceneras Slumber parties Company picnics Wedding receptions Baby showers Banquet Church events School function Bar Mitzvah/ Bat Mitzvahs Grand Openings Graduation Parties
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
If a customer is interested in hiring a provider like me, I would advise them to ask any questions about any concerns they might have. I would also advise customers to only hire painters that use cosmetic grade face paint supplies that use FDA compliant ingredients and not to hire anyone who uses craft or acrylic paint. Although non-toxic, craft or acrylic paint isn't safe for skin.