Hired 19 times
4 years in business
(Central Time Zone)
5:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight
Age of guests
Guests younger than 4 years old,
Guests 4 - 6 years old,
Guests 7 - 10 years old,
Guests 11 - 14 years old,
Guests 15 - 17 years old,
Guests 18 or older
Amanda did great work was very fun and upbeat. It was great working with her and I would do so again if I were in the area.Jan 19, 2018Verified
She was amazing! Had her for my daughter’s 5th birthday. Everyone loved her.Nov 9, 2017Pain't it Cool Body Art's reply
Thank time so much for the wonderful review!
This is the second time I've been able to hire Pain't It Cool Body Art and I just adore her! Her work/art is amazing and the kids always love her and their faces! She works very hard and is very efficient making sure everyone leaves happy plus the kids look adorable! I would def hire her any time and highly recommend her and her services!!!May 28, 2016Verified
Amanda's face painting and glitter tattoos were a big hit at my daughter's first birthday party. What I like the most is the way she keeps the kids engaged while the party is going on. She's so friendly with everyone.Nov 16, 2015Verified
She's a awesome face paint artist. Nice and clean and very friendly and great with kids. I would recommend her to anybody and will be hire her again next year. Thank you so much!!Nov 16, 2015Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My fee is $80 an hour for the first service (henna, face paint, or glitter) and $20 more an hour for each additional al service. All three services is discounted to $110 an hour. I can do 8-10 full faces, 10-12 masks, and 12-15 cheeks. Henna and glitter tattoos are typically 10 simple -medium designs an hour, but can be customized to fit your needs. A 2nd and 3rd artist are available and may be necessary for larger parties.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have been an artist my entire life! I love to create and be creative. I typically spend 5-10 hours a week, just practicing and learning/coming up with new ideas. I love what I do, so it makes it fun to practice!
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I started as a volunteer for St. Jude's Target House about 4 years ago. A friend of mine owned a Henna business at the time (New World Henna) and taught me for an event we were doing for the kids and families. I then started working for her and fell in love with the art form. I started facepainting last year and fell in love even more. I decided to open my own business so that I could begin giving 50% of my net proceeds to Hearts of Gold Pit Rescue.