We Are Warpaint

WARPAINT APPLICATION

Dare to get creative when applying Warpaint colors!   The Warpaint Women in our video used various brushes, q-tips and the Kriya Stick itself when applying their specific designs.  They layered colors on top of one another to create different expressions as well as different colors.  

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WARPAINT REMOVAL

Warpaint colors are a beeswax based product that can be removed easily and most efficiently with tea tree oil soap and a cleansing wipe.  The red and magenta pigments may leave behind a hue due to their organic compounds.  If this is the case, use a cleansing wipe to take off any excess product and then wet a cotton ball or wash cloth and lather with the the tea tree oil soap (which can be found at Trader Joe's for $2 and you get 2 bars).  See this YouTube video for instructions:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3IY6ty2P8g

 

 

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MAIN INGREDIENTS:

Petrolatum, Light Mineral Oil and Beeswax

 

LAUNDRY TIPS:

After reading many blog posts about the best way to clean uniforms/jerseys, one method worked the best in removing Warpaint completely.  You have to Zout it out!  

I took the soiled shirt applied liquid Zout to every area that had Warpaint smudges and soaked the garment in hot water for 15 minutes.  I then took a used toothbrush and gently worked the stained area with the liquid Zout and washed on a normal washing cycle - taaa daaa!

 

BEFORE ZOUT:
 
 
AFTER ZOUT PRE-TREAT/SOAK & NORMAL WASH: