Monday, April 6, 2015

Pro Paint™ vs Disguise Stix

For quite some time now, in fact since 1978 to be exact, Graftobian has been manufacturing Disguise Stix Makeup.  These Stix are an easy to use, non-toxic, soap-based, temporary coloring for skin and hair, and are also ideal for children.

Disguise Stix

Recently, Graftobian has added ProPaint™ for face and body painting to the collection.  ProPaint™ has a glycerin-based formula and works up a rich, creamy texture when activated by water.


So what's the difference?

Price- Disguise Stix are a fun and inexpensive way for beginners to learn how to face and/or body paint. They're affordable in both the regular, mini sizes, and dishes.  ProPaint™ costs a bit more in price and is available in only one size.  Regular Disguse Stix: 1/8 oz of product. ProPaint™:  1 oz of product.

Base- Disguise Stix are a mild soap-based paint and are intended for children.  They wash off easily with soap and water. Can also be removed from clothing, bathtub walls, rubber duckies, etc. ProPaint™ has a glycerin-based formula for unbeatable pigmentation and coverage. It lasts a bit longer on the skin.

Water Activated- Both of these paints are water activated. Simply dip the Stix in a cup of water and load the paint up onto a dry sponge. If the sponge is too wet, the coloring will be weak. ProPaint™ works up a rich creamy texture when activated by water. Take a sponge or brush, dip in water and lather onto the ProPaint™.

Fragrance: Both are fragrance-free!

Which one would you get? ProPaint  or Disguise Stix ?

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