Hi Shpongle family !!! Do any of you beautiful people have any recommendations for awesome glow body paint? I want to bring some to the show on Friday to share!!! There is nothing more fun than getting Shpongled and creating art, especially when it's glowing!!! Thanks and have a great day!

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Tara Binger
over 4 years

Glowblow? Lol or are you turning into the boogeyman?

Simon Posford
over 4 years

I had some fluorescent green boogers this winter...

Kristin Spradling
over 4 years

Hope you have an amazing time!

katitious
over 4 years

so cool, can't wait to see it! thanks for all the tips and info!

Sean Wilson
over 4 years

Whoops lol I mean 5 pm

Sean Wilson
over 4 years

Look forward to it. We will be at the venue around 5 am

Tara Binger
over 4 years

Thank you!! I will post lots of pics and especially when I find Sean and Rachel and paint them too!

Corderosa Amada
over 4 years

Tara great choice!!! Please PLEASE PLEASE post pics!! I can't wait to see what you come up with!

Here's some tips:
-If you make any mistakes rubbing alcohol.
- If you're painting around armpits don't apply deodorant until after you're done and use a spray deodorant.
-Use setting spray and spray liberally (or else you'll rub off on everyone and everything)

Corderosa Amada
over 4 years

Brush if you've never done airbrush. Airbrush takes a bit to get used to between the machine and how to fix clogs and drips and the cost of the machine and supplies. Most ppl start with brush and cakes and upgrade to airbrush once they've gotten used to brush and have saved up enough for an airbrush system (brand new runs about $1,500)

Tara Binger
over 4 years

Thank you Paida!! Just picked some Kryolan UV!

katitious
over 4 years

neat! thanks! I'd love to play with both. i've never done air brush though, which do you find easier to apply?

Sean Wilson
over 4 years

I'd love to join too. We should meet before the show. I'll be wearing a kilt.

Corderosa Amada
over 4 years

Amazon and it's easy to use, but it also depends if you're using an airbrush or paint brush. Pro air is more airbrush geared, so let me know if you were more interested in something that comes in cake form

For dancing it's definetly a great product. When I used it we were hiking and climbing rocks and dancing a and my design stayed in place with no transfer or peeling.

katitious
over 4 years

that's awesome I would looove to incorporate body paint into my dancing, where would you find that stuff? is it relatively easy to use?

Corderosa Amada
over 4 years

Pro air UV paint. I used it at the photo shoot I had on Sunday and it's AMAZING!!! It won't come off if you sweat and the colours are really vibrant. You have to use liquid dish soap to get it off. Kryolan is good also.

Message me if you have any questions. I'm part of a professional body painting group so I can always farm out your questions to any of our artists.