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D'OH! Sorry for the photoshopped/poor quality photo. Lex accidentally deleted the photo, and has all of the Bone Tone currently packed (moving locations). Color is still accurate, and was color matched to the previous photo. Better photo will be updated later this week. Sorry about that!
Turn yourself or your friends into their wildest dreams as you bring your imagination to life with Madeyewlook water activated body paint.
"Bone Tone" is our version of a very light cream color. Best used for creating teeth, or more subtle highlights than using a bright white such as "Yeti." Because of this, "Yeti" can be used to highlight "Bone Tone" beautifully. We also like to use "Bone Tone" for well... bones, such as creating a realistic skull! This color also mixes beautifully with "Oak" to create a lighter brown.
Whether you are new or experienced with body paints, the Madeyewlook Body Paint is easy to use. To activate, spray the paint cake with water, and apply using a brush or sponge. Of course, we recommend using the Luxe Makeup Brush set, or more specifically, our Flat Foundation brush to apply. To remove, either hop in the shower or gently remove with soap and water. To mix multiple colors together, wet both paint cakes and brush the product on a sanitary washable or disposable surface (we recommend makeup mixing palettes), mixing them on the surface itself. Always be sure to let the paints dry before placing the lid back on after use. Never put lids on while the paints are still wet.
The Madeyewlook body paint is blendable, smooth, does not crack on the skin, and dries to the touch. With it's light weight finish, it feels similar to wearing foundation on your skin. Suitable for conventions, photography, social media needs, and more. We understand you may have a lot of questions regarding use and situational durability. For more tips, tricks, and helpful information, see our youtube channel.
If you are worried about temporary staining from the body paints, which can happen from time to time, we find that applying a very light moisturizer, primer, or foundation underneath the paint helps with removal later on.
We recommend patch testing any makeup product prior to use.