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Lead-Free Giotto Face Paint Pencils are Perfect for Halloween #giveaway

With Halloween only 2 weeks away, my kids are in full thinking mode on what they would like to be this year.  Since I don’t allow them to wear masks, it seems that their choices are a little slimmer.

Giotto Face Paint Pencils are an easy and safe way of decorating their faces for that special Halloween costume.

These Giotto Face Paint Pencils are non-toxic, which is great for kids, and dermatologically tested.  They are also free of lead neurotoxins and preservatives.  These face paint pencils are encased in wood so your fingers stay clean while painting up your child’s face.

I have used face pencils and paints in the past and have never liked how difficult they were to apply.  Dipping the pencils in water and trying to color in certain areas is near impossible.  I found the Giotto Face Paint Pencils really easy to use and I did not have to dip these pencils in water!  The colors glided easily onto my children’s skin and easily came off with soap and water.  No holding my little one while I scrubbed their face clean.

The face pencil set includes 6 color pencils: white, yellow, red, blue, green and black.  Not only are these pencils great for Halloween, but also for birthday parties or everyday fun!


Lavish and Lime, the same company that brings you these great face pencils, also has a facial cleanser for girls that works great with these face pencils.

The Outrageous Orange Natural Face Cleanser contains real fruit and floral extracts.  I really enjoyed the orange blossom fragrance and know my daughter will love using this cleanser.

The cleanser is all natural and free from harmful chemicals which is perfect for young skin.

The Outrageous Orange Natural Face Cleanser is gentle enough to use everyday but won’t dry out your skin.



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A dinosaur!


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A butterfly

Lesley D.

Sunday 4th of November 2012

My kids would want super hero masks, or animal faces painted on their faces.


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My 5yr old loves to draw his own designs.. I've some great pics with interesting colours and lines on his face!! Though at a local festival recently he had 2 blue scorpions on his cheeks that were drawn on for him.. rather nicely too!


Sunday 4th of November 2012