If you have some parties and events on the horizon, this one is for you. Kids love face paint and it always makes a party feel festive. It is an easy Made in USA kid-pleasing party trick. I've got some simple templates for you and source for Made in USA face paint that can be delivered to your door ASAP.
Face Painting Ideas With Made in USA Face Paint
Face paint opens the door to creative costumes and endless party ideas! It is also affordable and easily accessible. No size searching or haphazardly made costumes. Don't just reach for the toxic junk in the seasonal aisle. We have found several brands that offer made in USA face paint.
Made in USA Face Paints
- Palmer Face Paint. They are an American made brand that has been around since 1932. You can trust your skin will be safe using their product. Palmer face and body paints are made up of cosmetic-grade pigments and they wash off easily with soap and water. You can get as spooky or as sweet as you like.
- Go Green Face Paints are high-quality natural face paints. They are petroleum free, lead-free, dye free, paraben free and contain organic ingredients.
- The Natural Face Paint Kit by Natural Earth Paint is non-toxic, safe, Eco-friendly, and handmade in Oregon. The main ingredient of Natural Earth Paint is clay and these face paints contain organic ingredients and no petroleum.
- Ruby Red face and body paints are made in Texas. Ruby Red face and body paints are hypoallergenic, vegan, nut free, paraben free, and gluten-free. Ruby Red face and body paints are available in a variety of pallets. The Ruby Red stencils and stickers are also American made.
Face Painting DIY Costume Ideas
Zombie movies and television shows are popular. Turn an old costume into a new one by adding a twist and making it a zombie cheerleader, pirate or whatever you may have lying around. Be creative.
We’ve linked to some great face painting examples on Pinterest for inspiration.
Try some of the classic favorites
Challenge yourself with these other ideas or make any design more intricate.
Try emulating an era icon using American made cosmetics as we did with the Marilyn Monroe look. You can have tons of fun with pop culture costumes. Let the creative juices flow.
Tweet me your pics at @amariebeauty or tell us in the comments below about what last-minute magic you pulled off.