Vibe (VODA) Liquid Airbrush and Body Paint Makeup
Use in an airbrush or paint on. European Body Art's formerly named Vibe, now VODA is the safest and most demanded water based makeup for face, body painting and body art applications. It provides a superior alternative to standard hybrid paints as it is a completely alcohol and solvent free makeup with water, moisture and sweat resistant attributes. Yet, Vibe removes easily by rubbing with soap and warm water.
Please note that this product has recently been renamed from Vibe to VODA. While in transition you may receive bottles marked either Vibe or VODA.
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Wasn’t sure how well this would hold up since it’s a water-based makeup- but I’m so pleased with the ease of application and clean-up! Also I got full coverage for my face, neck and ears with a little less than a third of the 1oz bottle. For the record sponge application isn’t great for this, but if you use a paintbrush to get a base coat under eyes or around your nose that helps.
Over all I’d say the finish feels sealed, and it would definitely hold up for a few hours on a night out easily. Washes off with soap and water and did not stain my shower. Specifically I am wearing Prime Red in the photo.
Will buy again. Good coverage.
As someone who uses alcohol activated paints a lot I definitely love using these ones as well!
I had originally set to use a different brand and did a test run to see how much I would need before ordering more. They ended up screwing up my order and refused to expedite shipping because it was alcohol based paint. I was in a pinch and you guys came through by getting the product to me within a couple days. Very much appreciated!
Started airbrushing my fave and body at 5am halloween morning. Paint went on smoothly and quickly without any issues. It lasted all day with very little touch up needed even after tricker treating with the kids up until 9:30pm. People were so impressed, said it didn't even look like paint, and that it actually looked as if my skin was actually blue :).