Savannah's Smiles Face and Body Art
About this pro
We are award-winning body artists and we attend as much training as we can get in this area to continue to improve. We constantly strive to add newer and better services, such as the new glitter body art and "bump" painting. Our prices are very competitive, especially our all-day event pricing. We don't charge to travel up to 30 miles from our home base. As professional face and body artists we are concerned about the safety of the products we use and spend a lot of money on our supplies and set-up. We use cosmetic face paints (which are actually not paint at all but water-based makeup) as well as cosmetic-grade polyester glitter, the same kind used in glitter eye-liners, that are safe for use near the eyes. We never use metallic craft glitter that has sharp edges and can damage the eyes. We also carry liability insurance. Parties are so much fun, and the look on a child's face when you "reveal" the finished design is just something that can't be described. We love creating smiles!
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We have many different packages available on our website. For each service that we provide (face painting, glitter tattoos, pregnant belly painting) we have packages that save our customers money, or they can just hire us by-the-hour.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?There are many different body art conventions that are held around the country as well as local workshops by well-known artists, and we try to attend those as much as we can. I'm also a member of several online forums and clubs where we exchange ideas and information, and we're currently getting together a guild for our local area, to exchange ideas and references.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Some friends of mine were putting together a benefit for a little girl in our church with cancer and asked me if I could do some face painting. I told them I'd give it a try-- and fell head-over-heels in love with it! Couldn't get enough and tried to get as much training as I could. I was asked to do so many events that I eventually decided to go into business.