You have landed on our highest glowing page! Welcome to our range of UV / Neon special effects paints. These paints were developed to glow under a black light but also to have a day glow effect under natural light. Although the pigments used on this range have been widely used in the face and body art industry for over 20 years, the FDA and EU Commission has not yet approved them for cosmetic use, hence their designation as special effects products. Keep in mind that this only means that the FDA and EU have not considered these pigments risky enough to spend their time looking into them, just like it happens with henna and regular tattoo inks. It does not mean they have been banned or determined unsafe by the FDA or the EU. In fact, these neon /uv paints have been tested by independent laboratories and have been determined safe to be used on the skin. Still, because of FDA and EU regulations we are forced to label them as a special effects product. In Australia, UV/Neon paints are considered safe for use on the skin.

Fusion’s UV reactive range of colours can be used to create glowing designs that can bee seen from far. If you exposed the painted areas to a black light you will see an incredible glowing effect that will make parents and kids go crazy at a black light event or party.

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Fusion Body Art & FX Paints – Neon Violet | 32g

Fusion Body Art & FX Paints – Neon Violet | 32g

Regular price $ 9.50

To use Fusion Body Art & FX water activated UV / Neon paints simply get a brush or sponge slightly wet and then go over a small area of the surface of your cake back and forward until the paint on the tip of your brush or sponge has a creamy consistency, you can also do this with a circular motion rather than back and forward motion. Because of the nature of these colours, they do require a longer activation time than our Prime range of colours. If you notice that you have a bit too much water on your cake keep moving the brush or sponge back and forward until the extra water mixes in with the paint to create that creamy consistency. Once your face painting brush is fully loaded go ahead and swipe your brush or tap your sponge over the area to be painted.

To remove the paint off the painted surface simply use soap and warm water. Using a sponge or soft cloth, add some soap and just a few drops of water (enough to activate the soap) and proceed to gently rub the painted area until all pigments have been loosened. Then go ahead and rinse with warm water. Repeat one more time if necessary. Keep in mind that these colours, like with regular face paints, can permanently stain fabrics and other porous surfaces.