Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get paint off my child’s face?
Wild Style designers recommend washing off paint before bed, even though some of our best clients disagree… Since all of the paint we use is made to be safe for children, removal is pretty simple! In most cases a high quality baby wipe will do the trick. There are a few colors that like to “hug” dryer skin… but don’t worry about staining! Some of the easiest ways to remove the stubborn colors are shaving cream, olive oil, or eye make-up remover… and voila… clean child!
What is the best way to care for my Henna Tattoo?
Your skin will be cleaned and prepared with lemon juice, then your tattoo will be sprayed once it is dry… The longer you leave the paste on, the deeper it stains. Once the stain has flaked off, please try to keep your design dry for the first 24 hours as it deepens in color. Then, to extend the life of your Henna Tattoo, olive oil on a cotton ball before and after bathing will do the trick! Expect 1-2 weeks out of your design, depending on the way you treat it!
What are your rates?
Our rates are greatly dependant on the type of event/length of time/number of faces to paint… Please call or email for accurate pricing of your event.
Do you just paint children’s faces?
Not at all! We love working with kids of all ages, and can customize our style and faces to your event theme and demographic… one of the best reasons to hire Wild Style Design Company! Use our Swirls and Curls painted masks for children of all ages for events like expos, birthday parties, town festivals and more! We also love to gear an event towards older kids ages 12-112, so choose our Bad and Bold designs like eye art and body graffiti to really make an impression! Finally, the beautiful art of Henna offers a bohemian, relaxing quality to add to your next baby or wedding shower, art festival, after prom event, and the list goes on!