Facepainting for all ages

Face-painting event services. Not just for kids! Though we love face-painting on children too.

 

Jeshka is a member of FACE - the International Face Painters Association. She was one of the first artists to be asked to join FACE on the West Coast. All new members must pass a skills and quality inspection test before being accepted. 

 

Also Jeshka collaborates regularly with a number of entertainment agents and other artists all over the US. If Jeshka is not available herself for your event, she knows a skilled and kind co-worker who is! That includes balloon twisters, magicians, characters, and any thing else you can think of when it comes to birthday parties. 

 

Face-Painting Base Rate: $150 per hour.

To reserve an artist for your event time and date, there is a $25 retaining fee. Then the remaining balance is due to your artist day-of your event or appointment. 

If your bay area event is over 20 miles outside San Francisco city limits there is a $25 flat travel fee. 

Members can produce fantastic artworks quickly to minimise queuing times at your event. FACE members are proficient, fast, insured painters in whom you can have complete confidence in quality, reliability and professionalism.

For more information about our services, email us at: contact@mystikfern.com

or go to www.SFfacepaint.com

Organizing an event is stressful enough - booking a FACE member can give you peace of mind. FACE has introduced quality standards to the face painting industry.

 

All members hold public liability insurance. Each has passed a stringent accreditation test to be accepted as a member, ensuring their work meets the benchmark set by FACE.

 

Members maintain high levels of health and hygiene to protect the faces they paint, which is welcomed by clients and parents alike, and only use products which have been approved for use on face and bodies.

 

If you are looking for a face painter for an event you will want to know that the person you employ is a dedicated professional. FACE members know when painting is inadvisable and will not paint someone who:

  • Has obvious allergies or skin conditions such as eczema

  • Has open wounds, sores on the skin, visible cold sores or conjunctivitis

  • Is obviously not comfortable about being painted, is crying or upset, or is

  • too young to sit still enough to be painted safely

(From the FACE Website)