Notice for Parents and Guardians
At Brush of Colour we care about your safety, so we reserve the right to refuse to paint anyone we feel should not be painted – see below for reasons for refusal.
Permission is needed from a parent or guardian before a child can be painted. So it is the responsibility of the person booking the party to ensure that all parents and guardians are informed before the party that a face painter will be on site. We provide pre-printed cards that you can include with your invitations to inform parents and guardians. These can be ordered as part of the booking process.
Children should be under constant adult supervision whilst being painted or waiting for their turn.
Due to the guidance provided by the face paint manufacturers, our face painting services are not for anyone under three years of age because face painting can sometimes overwhelm children under three. A small design may be painted on the hands or arms of a child younger than three years old, but the decision to do so will be left to the face painter.
Face painting should be fun, so we will never paint anyone against his or her wishes. We reserve the right to stop face painting if a child becomes uncomfortable or changes their mind during painting, even if the face painting isn’t finished. Please do not force your child to be painted, or insist that a face painter should continue if a child becomes uneasy or unwilling.
We also refuse to paint any racially or religiously offensive signs, symbols or other designs.