Face Painting for Kids’ Dance Event in NYC!

Kid’s Dance Competition Event in NYC

We had such a fun time painting glamorous sparkly animal faces at the Kids’ Ballroom event in Manhattan!

Fabulous Sparkly Face Painting for children in Manhattan

Fancy Face Painting at a Kids’ Dance Event in Manhattan

During the competition, the children got to choose any type of animal face painting, and then competed with their faces painted as that animal!

Below we have a one of the many competitors: A lovely “peacock/bird”!

We also painted cobras, dolphins, butterflies, cats, dogs, and lots of other popular animals.

We love adding our creativity, expertise and enthusiasm to kids’ events!

If you are having an upcoming birthday party or went and would like fabulous, sparkly face or hand painting, please email us at kikisfaces@gmail.com for info/rates. Or you can visit our website at www.kikisfacesandballoons.com

Face Painting in Times Square

Face Painting in Times Square with the Statue of Liberty! [Read more…]

Featured in NEW YORK FAMILY Magazine!

Featured in NEW YORK FAMILY Magazine!



This month Kiki’s Faces and Balloons are so excited to be featured as a “Great Local Entertainer” by NEW YORK FAMILY MAGAZINE! Check it out! http://www.newyorkfamily.com/newyork/article-998-let-me-entertain-you.html

If you are looking for an exceptionally talented and captivating entertainer, face painter, face painter-balloonist or princess entertainer for your next NYC party, please contact us: kikisfaces@gmail.com

The Creative Process of Face Painting

There is something so creative and magical about face painting at kids’ parties! I love face painting so much and when I paint kids’ faces, I like to have them actively participate in the creation process.  Kids are amazing and totally imaginative and they come up with the best ideas!

My favorite part about face painting, however, is how the child, once transformed, really believes he or she is that character!

Face painting is not just limited to the face! Lots of kids (especially littler ones) can opt for a design on their hand or arm.

The possibilities are endless…from fancy tiaras, mermaids, colorful butterflies, rainbow princesses, or kitties/puppies for the girls to Spiderman, Batman, dinos, snakes, spiders, cars, etc for the boys. Plus anything else that the kids can dream up.

If you are a parent looking to hire a face painter, I recommend that you ask the face painter what type of paint they use. Professional face painters use top-of-the-line, high-quality face paints that are non-toxic (like Paradise, Wolfe, Snazaroo, Mehron). These are water-based paints that are applied with a brush.

If you are in the Manhattan area and are looking for a fabulously talented, sweet, and fun face painter (or face painter-balloonist!) please contact us at Kiki’s Faces and Balloons, kikisfaces@gmail.com, 646-435-4739. www.kikisfacesandballoons.com