Frequently Asked Questions

How do I remove the face paint? Soap, water and a washcloth. Kids like letting the paint float off in a bath. You’ll just need a little washcloth action. Is the face paint safe? Yes. The cosmetic-grade supplies I use are highly pigmented makeup (don’t tell the boys!) that, like all makeup, contain anti-microbial ingredients. InContinue reading “Frequently Asked Questions”

Spend Mother’s Day with the kids – baby goats that is

Save the date for Redwood Hill Farm’s open house on Mother’s Day, and three other days this May. Family owned since 1968, Sebastopol-based Redwood Hill Farm is a certified humane goat dairy dedicated to quality, sustainability and community. Join yours truly, and the Brice family for free family fun starting on Mother’s Day, May 7th.  They have babyContinue reading “Spend Mother’s Day with the kids – baby goats that is”

Auntie Stacey in the News – Rockin’ Dia de Los Muertos in San Francisco

I recently painted at a Day-of-the-Dead-themed fundraiser, held at the Raven Night club in San Francisco. What a blast! Students from San Francisco State University did a fabulous job organizing a variety of entertainment in a classy bar. By 11PM on a Wednesday night, the venue was full of dancing youths, many of them painted by yoursContinue reading “Auntie Stacey in the News – Rockin’ Dia de Los Muertos in San Francisco”

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch – Face Painting & Family Fun

I’ll be face painting this Saturday, October 3, Saturday October 17, Sunday October 18 and other days to be determined, at the Petaluma Pumpkin Patch, a wonderful family-run venue. Overflowing with autumn harvest bounty; sunflowers and pretty pumpkins growing in a large field. We got a big orange and green speckled one last year which turned completely orangeContinue reading “Petaluma Pumpkin Patch – Face Painting & Family Fun”

How to Paint a Leopard Face – step by step tutorial

For this make up I used Kryolan brand white and yellow, along with Wolfe brand black. You can use any band you like, as long as it’s face paint – that is makeup, not paint made for paper or canvas. Non-toxic does not mean it’s safe for use on the body. My lovely friend Willa is my model. 1) TheContinue reading “How to Paint a Leopard Face – step by step tutorial”