How much does it cost?
I offer different packages based on the type of body painting you need. For complete details, including pricing, simply fill out this quick and easy form.
How much space do you need?
Not much at all. For my equipment, a small table, and a couple of chairs I need about a 5 ‘ by 5 ‘ area. Usually, your living room is a perfect. Other than that, I have studio space options we can discuss.
Do you need a table?
No, I bring my own that folds up. It is 25″ x 25″
Can you body paint outdoors?
Yes I can providing the weather is decent. If the wind is blowing, that can be too much as some of my equipment and airbrush makeup (if I use it) is very light and will blow away instead of on you. It’s always safer to have it indoors plus there will be less distractions.
Can we eat while being body painted?
Depending on the detail of the body painting being done, sessions can be 1 hour to several hours. I want you to be comfortable, so we suggest bringing small snacks so that you’re stomach isn’t grumbling. But, please keep food away from the makeup area and try to bring something that won’t ruin a body painting if it spills.
Do you require a deposit?
Absolutely not! You don’t pay until the day of the body painting session. I accept cash, checks, PayPal, and all major credit cards. Check out the online payment center for more info.
Do you know of any sources for birthday party goodies like plates, napkins, hats, etc.?
Yes! There is a great place called Birthday Express that gets nothing but rave revues from other moms. Check it out now!
*Important: Can we hire you to entertain our children in one room while all of the adults hang out in another room?
Due to liability issues, I do require that all of the children be supervised at all times by at least one responsible adult (besides me). I simply can’t be held responsible for supervising them. This is to protect you, the children and myself.
Can we invite young infants and babies to the party?
Since it’s your party, you may do whatever you’d like. However, I do recommend NOT having children under the age of 3 present, only because they often are a distraction to the children and adults who are trying to enjoy the magic show. Same thing goes with your pets. Please keep your pets in a separate area (sorry Tinker Bell).
Can we give the goodie bags to children under the age of 3?
I can’t control what happens after I leave the party but please don’t give the goodie bags to children under the age of the 3. There are small parts in there and I’d rather be safe than sorry. Also, please read above question.