New from Graftobian

Posted by Russ Kennedy on

Hey now, have we got something new for you. Graftobian, a staple of the make business for over 30 years has a new line of makeup available. Pro paint is a glycerin based makeup very creamy to the touch even before adding water. With just a little water added the Pro Paint works to a rich creamy consistency delivery a very smooth coverage and has outstanding pigmentation, some applications may be done without adding water. We have two kits to review for you today with photos of the case and paints as well.


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The case: The Pro Paint kit’s 1 and 2 have sturdy plastic cases, housing 12 large individual, removable makeup cakes secured with the foam divider. The color label on the inside lid makes it easy for reordering.

Kit 1:  Filled with your primary colors as well as white black and grey, face painters could create most any design from this kit. Rich thick full colors with great opacity, clowns could use these for their face as well, especially those who like the dry rouge method on their cheeks.

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Pictured above are the colors applied to the skin, very little water was needed to activate the paint into the thick cream like texture which goes on the skin like magic.

Kit 2: You will find this kit lends itself to the FX style with amazing Metallic, vibrant Neon and beautiful Pastel shades.

Look at this coverage can you imagine doing the tin man with that silver. IMG_0005

The Neon paint is brilliant even before adding the black light.

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These pastels are soft yet rich and the flesh tone certainly is, well…. fleshy.



We found that the standard colors along with the pastel and flesh tone dry to a nice matte finish and the metallic held it’s shine once dry. We are always glad to see that companies like Graftobian and other major brands continue to bring us exciting new product and we will keep you up to date on the latest and greatest.


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