ABOUT BRISBANE FACE PAINTER AND BODY ARTIST BETH JOYCE
Born and raised in Hong Kong, and inspired by the colours and vibrancy of the many cultures represented - I am a People Painter, and I have been painting on people since 2008. Brushes and sponges are my tools of the trade, and human faces and bodies are my canvas.
I am incredibly passionate about what I do, and take great pride in bringing my clients ideas to life. Over my years as a face painter and body artist, I have worked with many families, small businesses, sporting teams, retail stores and large corporations, to make their events colourful and memorable.
Although I am based in Manly West, I will happily travel throughout the Bayside, Greater Brisbane, The Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast, and wherever else my brushes take me.
From strong and simple, to beautifully intricate designs, I can create artwork tailored to your needs.
I look forward to collaborating with you on your next project.
Do you carry insurance?
Yes, I carry full public liability insurance for 30million through Duck for Cover. I also carry a current blue card.
What payment options do you have?
Payment options include Afterpay, Direct deposit prior to the event, Eftpos or cash on the day.
Do you have a minimum booking time?
Yes, my minimum booking time is 2 hours.
How many faces can you paint per hour?
This varies greatly. With quick simple designs, 12 to 15 per hour. More detailed or adult designs, 8 to 10 per hour.
Can you provide more painters for larger events?
Absolutely! With an extensive network of face and body painters across Queensland, I can organise a team for you.
What do you require for your workspace?
I bring everything I need, including my table and chair. I just need a shaded spot and good lighting please.
What type of paint do you use?
I use only the highest quality face and body art products and cosmetic grade glitters.
What is the best way to remove face paint?
A wet face washer with mild soap is always the best option. Baby wipes or makeup wipes are not recommended.
What do you do if someone is displaying signs of illness?
I will usually advise painting on the arm instead, and ensure that tools used will be put aside for later cleaning.
Do you have a health and hygiene policy?
Absolutely, and my hygiene procedures are updated regularly according to current Qld health Covid guidelines.
What do you do in the case of possible allergies?
If you are concerned about a possible allergic reaction, I can perform a small patch test on the inside of the elbow.
Please let me know if you have any further questions, or would like to book me for your next party or event.