How it works
If I go face-paint in your house for a small party, I need access to a table or a kitchen counter top. My materials cover about 2 feet X 3 feet in surface. If you have a high kitchen stool, I can use that or I can bring my own high director’s chair so clients sit comfortably while I paint standing up. Good light is always necessary.
If the event is bigger, like a show home or a company party, I require a table and again, good light. It is preferable to have my station against a wall, so my products are not easily accessible to little curious hands! You may also have to think how the lineup will form, as we do not wish to obstruct any busy spot. Also, if your attendance is huge, I can bring along my daughter and many other wonderful colleagues for reinforcement so everybody gets painted in a timely fashion.
I can paint up to 15-17 children per hour if the designs are small- like cheek or eye art, or simply quick masks.
Usually, for high-quality face-painting, lots of full faces with a mix of half-faces, between 10 to 12 clients per hour is my average.
Please also remember that not only children love to have their faces, shoulders and ankles painted – adults do too!! Partial body-painting and small face-painting pieces are extremely popular during corporate chic evenings.
I come earlier to set up. Clients pay me for the actual painting time only.
Payments can be arranged accordingly for extra half-hours.
I offer special Airdrie (within city limits only) rates: simply $10 per child for Birthday Parties, minimum of 8 children.
Please visit the “Rates” section for all other hourly rates