Fan Stamp Press On Face Paint and Body Paint Review

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Have you ever let your child put on a temporary tattoo only to regret it days later when it still will not come off their skin? We are usually scrubbing and rubbing our kids delicate skin on Sunday morning before church! Not any longer. I found a 100% hypoallergenic mineral makeup “face paint” or “temporary tattoo”. Fan Stamp allows your kids to transform into whatever character they want during playtime with easy clean off.

What makes Fan Stamp unique from other face paint is that the product can be applied multiple times and when your kids are done, it can be easily wiped away. While applied, the product is durable and doesn’t come off with water or sweat. It is easily removed with make up remover or the wipes that come with the kits.

Hands on Review of Fan Stamp Press On Face Paint and Body Paint

We had a great time during our Akron Zoo playdate. I thought it would make it extra special to pull out our Fan Stamp face paint designs. We had 2 flowers, a leaf with a lady bug with flowers, 2 swords, and a pirate stamps. We applied the product to 3 girls on their faces and hands and 1 boy. The products are super in that they can be applied multiple times (4-6 times), unlike temporary tattoos where only 1 child can wear it.This was a big hit with the girls, they loved being the same and putting the flowers all over them!

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Fan Stamp Ladybug Stamp and Flowers
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Fan Stamp Pirate Stamp and Swords

Fan Stamps are easy to apply. Just peel the plastic protective sleeve, place the stamp on the face, rub in place, and dust with the setting powder. Unlike temporary tattoos, no water is needed. This makes it very convenient to keep with you in the car or your purse to pull out for a special occasion. Plus, there is no major time commitment unlike temporary tattoos.聽 The mom of the baby pictured below was hesitant to have a tattoo applied to her baby girl’s face, when she found out it was 100% hypoallergenic high-grade mineral makeup that could be easily removed, she agreed. The little girl loved it!

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Fan Stamp Press On Face Paint is so easy to apply, no water needed
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Elijah with his Pirate Swords Fan Stamps

Fan Stamp is not just for kids, they have a whole line of products for older kids, teens, and adults. Show your team and school pride by wearing their I bleed color and team color war paint. Get creative with their eye makeup themes, Cheer & Dance styles, animals, Gothic styles, NCAA styles, and more. You can even design your own custom Fan Stamp. Businesses and corporations use Fan Stamps to promote their products. This is a fabulous idea for fun at birthday parties in a theme to match your child’s interest from princesses to pirates. The possibilities are endless for creative fun with Fan Stamps.

Buy Fan Stamps Face Paint and Body Paint

You can purchase Fan Stamp in a variety of designs at the Fan Stamps website. Each Fan Stamp cost about $8.50 each, less with larger quantities and includes a removal wipe and setting powder.

Win Fan Stamps Face Paint and Body Paint (Closed)

Updated: 6-2-10 Winner Announced: Congratulations, Susan Smoaks, entry #74.

Fan Stamps has provided another set of Fan Stamps to one lucky winner. Set includes: 2 Flowers Stamps, Leaf with lady bug Stamp, 2 Swords Stamps, and a Pirate Stamp. Also, setting powder, a removal wipe, and Fan Stamp mirror is included. Total value about $34.

To Enter: You must visit the Fan Stamps website and leave one Comment Below on another product you like.

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For complete contest rules, please see our Contest Statement and Blog Disclosure. If you ever have any questions on entering to win, just ask cindy@ akronohiomoms .com.

Contest ends at 11:59pm EST on June 1st when a winner will be drawn at random and announced the next day. When commenting, please include your email address (not visible to public). I will notify the winners and they will have 36 hours to respond!

This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to Fan Stamp who provided the products for the review and giveaway.

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87 thoughts on “Fan Stamp Press On Face Paint and Body Paint Review

  1. Stephanie Grant says:

    I also like the Dance/Cheer stamps this would be wonder to cut back on make-up time!

  2. Rose Habart says:

    I would like to try the unicorn face paint stick ons because my little girl loves unicorns.

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