Approximately 16 - 18 faces in one hour, depending on the designs chosen. You can calculate how much time you will need to book by using that as a guideline and the number of people that you estimate will need to be painted. Additional quality face painters are available if needed. Please call for price quote and availability.
Airbrush Temporary Tattoos
Approximately 50 - 60 tattoos per hour, black (colored ink available in limited colors); please request at time of booking. Access to a power source, a well ventilated and lit area is required. Additional airbrush technicians are available if needed. An additional technician is suggested at the same rate for groups of 300 or larger. Three Hours Minimum.
Approximately 10-13 tattoos per hour depending on size and complexity of tattoo selected. And have I told you about Henna? Henna, or Mehndi is a method of decorating the skin that has been around for centuries beginning in Egypt, spreading to many Asian and African traditions and cultures. Traditionally, it is a way of celebrating a rite of passage for women, birthdays, weddings or childbirth...or blessing the skin... Henna paste is a basic recipe made from the dried plant, essential oil, and lemon/lime juice. Once the paste has finished ‘cooking’, it is ready to be applied to the hands or feet. The paste should be left undisturbed on the skin for 4-12 hours and should be kept as dry as possible. After that time the paste can be picked from the skin, the over the next several hours, the stain will develop! It is fascinating to watch!
Approximately 20-25 tattoos per hour. Every pot of makeup, ink, glitter, or glue that I use, is 100% safe for use on the skin. Did you catch the words ‘glitter or glue’? Yes!!! I can rawk out some of the coolest airbrush and glitter tattoos. No, it’s not real, but it will look real and be lots of fun! The ink is an alcohol based ink, it can last 3 to 5 days. And glitter tattoos will sparkle in the sun and will last the same 3 to 5 days. Every product that I use is meant for use on the skin. But if you need to take them off, that is easy enough to do.
Body painting is a form of body art that is growing tremendously in popularity. Now a days it can be seen in commercials, movies, and the latest magazine spreads and ads. Just like my face painting, body paint is resilient but easy to remove.
A list of where you may have seen me in the past:
Body Art Ball Tour, Featured Artist, (Austin, Houston) – 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
SA Livestock Show & Rodeo (San Antonio) – 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Texas Folklife Festival (San Antonio) – 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Texas State Fair (Dallas, TX) – 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009
Luminaria, Featured Artist, (San Antonio) – 2008, 2009
...and many, many private birthday parties, corporate and promotional events all over the city and South/Central Texas. I travel from Dallas, south to Harlingen’s Rio Fest, Corpus Christi to Laredo and places in between.
During the months of June thru September, the customer must provide an indoor space for the safety of the painter and to maintain the integrity of the makeup and ink.
“Liz, I received this from Lari Nelson, the modeling agency...nice work!! Hi Amy and Elena !! Here are some photos of the Valencia Event !! The Artist was amazing !!”
—Lari Nelson - Owner/Director, Nelson Fashion Group
San Antonio, TX
Snazaroo Competition, 2003, 1st Place
– ‘How to Promote Yourself as a Face Painter’
Snazaroo Competition, 2004, 2nd Place
– ‘Painting Eye Masks’
Face Painter of the Year 2005 – Finalist
City Pages Magazine, December 2005
– Body Painting Photos Published
The Wood Agency and Geomedia Resources
for Time Warner Cable, August 2006
– Sports Campaign, Cable Commercial Televised
Top 50 Best Face Painter Websites, 2006
– 2nd Place