Creating Perfect Playrooms

Mess-Free Fun with Playcolor

September 5th, 2016 | Posted by Sam Ireland in Reviews

Have you heard of Playcolor’s mess-free Make -Up paint pens but wanted to know more? Head over to the Dad of Design blog where Nick Leighton, a Dad blogger and father to three daughters, reminisces about one of his most memorable childhood activities and tries Playcolor Make-Up. Read all about his fun experience here.

Playcolor Make Up offers safe, easy to apply make up for face painting. Each colour can be applied easily and instantly with a colour applicator stick that gives ultimate control over your design creation. Playcolour Make Up is dermatologically and microbiologically tested, free of major allergens and without parabens. Make Up is non-greasy and it can be easily removed from skin using just soap and water!

Have Fun with Playcolor

Summer’s not over just yet! Download this printable colouring sheet here. A perfect rainy day activity to keep little ones entertained.


Playcolor Colouring Sheet

Solid poster paint offers instant application with no need for water or paintbrushes and won’t wrinkle paper. Draw and paint on paper, cardboard, wood etc the fun, easy and clean way with Playcolor. Added benefits also include a quick-drying finish that doesn’t require a protective glaze. Perfect for little hands to hold and ideal for a rainy day activity, the colours are bright and look great when down on a fresh white page, or coloured paper/card. The paint glides easily across paper and provides excellent coverage. Parents can be safe in the knowledge that there will be minimal clean-up time with these mess-free paint pens.

Have you used Playcolor yet? We would love to see your creations!

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