TERMS AND CONDITIONS

CONSENT: Cleints booking childrens parties or events: You must gain permission from parents to allow me to paint their children if they are not present at the event. This can be done verbally and by putting a notice in the party invitation: if parents are not going to be present at the party with their child/ren and do not wish them to be painted, they must make this known to the organiser.

 

PHOTO CONSENT: From time to time I may take photographs of my work to use for promotional purposes within my website, social networking sites, leaflets or other publications. No names or other data are ever revealed. If for any reason you or your guests do not agree, please let me know and their privacy will be respected.

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY: I only use products, which are fully compliant with EU & FDA toy and cosmetic regulations, and are non-toxic. My face paints are specially formulated to be friendly to the most delicate skin.

 

The face paints are all water-based, so they're as easy to get off as they are to put on. Soap and water is recommended to remove face paint products. Most ‘reactions’ to face paints are not from the products, but from the method of removal. Baby wipes are not recommended as most contain alcohol which can irritate the skin and cause soreness. Despite this, it is still possible for anyone to have an allergic type of reaction and if this occurs, medical advice should be sought.

If a child is known to have eczema, has a contagious illness such as measles, chicken pox or a viral cold, has a contagious skin infection such as ringworm or any other open wound or sore to the facial skin, they cannot be painted.

I do not face paint or do glitter tattoos on children under 3. Most of the products I use are only recommended for over 3s. I may be able to offer a simple design on the arm as an alternative.

 

Julie Husband has public liability insurance cover for £2 million and is CRB checked. Certificates can be produced upon request.

 

Other accidents and injuries can happen during an event. The client acknowledges that there are risks inherent with live entertainment which include, but are not limited to: dangers from tripping over equipment and furniture. The client agrees to take responsibility for such risks.