Snazaroo Face Paints

Just before the start of the World Cup we were approached to get in the spirit of the tournament and review some Snazaroo face paints.

I have to admit that I am terrible at anything even remotely artistic, but Snazaroo sent through detailed instructions of how to paint the perfect flag for most of the teams that were competing in the World Cup.

I invited the Charliemoos gang around to our house for some face painting fun and thankfully Joanne volunteered to do the artwork whilst I took photographs.

Snazaroo face paints are specially formulated to be gentle on the skin and are fragrance free.  All their face paints have been reviewed by an independent professor of dermatology and professional toxicologists.

The flags definitely got better after practice and the kids had a whale of a time running around the garden pretending to be their country.


Isaac insisted on having a Union Jack rather than an England flag and both Olive and Eliza were determined they wanted to be Germany.  I remarked at the time that I was going to put a wager on Germany to win and it looks like the girls may be right in their choice.


The World Cup may be almost over but we have used these face paints at the school fayre and will be taking them to Camp Bestival with us too and because Snazaroo face paints are all water-based they are as easy to get off as they are to put on. Simply remove with soap and warm water; there is no need for scrubbing or harsh removers.

Snazaroo even have downloadable step-by-step guides for ideas and guidance from the Snazaroo team or a face painting app which shows you how to create the perfect tiger, soldier, angel and more!


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