The Coronavirus & Face Painting

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Hi, I’m a professional facepainter with over 10 years painting experience.

So, within the past week, the Coronavirus has gone from looming in the back of our minds to taking over our every waking moment. But, what does that mean for entertainers, such as face painters? Do my clients need to worry?

Professional Face Painter

Hi, I’m a professional facepainter with over 10 years painting experience.

So, within the past week, the Coronavirus has gone from looming in the back of our minds to taking over our every waking moment. But, what does that mean for entertainers, such as face painters? Do my clients need to worry?

I’ve always followed strict hygiene standards. As a professional, I use a clean sponge for every child, never redipping it into my paints. I use disposable brushes if I paint children’s mouths and I rinse and change my brushes regularly. I won’t paint a child who has any open sores or signs of infection, due to the contamination risk to my kit.

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