Kryolan 24 Color Secondary Palette

Kryolan 24 Color Secondary Palette

139.95 CAD

The 24 color secondary palette has a wide variety of different colors including all the basics as well as a couple special ones like silver and gold. It comes in a convenient metal case with two removable trays.

This palette includes: 070 white, 406 flesh, 521 tan, 074 warm grey, 517 dark grey, 071 black, GR21 blueish green, 512 kelly green, 096 dark green, 032 orange, 079 bright red, LAKE reddish brown, 509 yellow, 482 lilac, 099 violet, TK2 turquoise, 091 azure blue, 510 bright blue, 075 dark red, 046 reddish brown, 043 brown, 101 deep brown, silver and gold.

3oz/85gm Net Wt. 0.13oz/4gm per cake. Expect 200-600 applications.

How to Apply: use a damp Brush or Sponge1 and mix the paint into a creamy consistency. Paint on and allow to dry.
Accents: create eye popping accents that will set your designs above the rest. Apply Glitters2 directly to wet paint and allow it to dry in for a beautiful shimmer. Or, use Liquid Bling to create fine lines, swirls and decorations. We also have a great selection of Stencils for quick, perfect designs every time.
Other Resources: check out our Books for great design ideas. The internet is also a great source of pictures and other ideas, or talk to other artists!
Durability: aqua paints are fairly durable once they are dry but will reactivate and run if they come in contact with water or excessive perspiration. There is a variety of Makeup Sealers you can use to help protect your designs from transfer to clothing or running3.
Removal: paints can easily be removed with soap and water or with a gentle Makeup Remover.

1Sponges are great for quickly paintin large areas. When using a sponge look for a sponge that has 'pockets' or holes to soak up water. Do not use dense wedge makeup sponges. Daub on paint and buff out any streaks with your finger.
2All our glitters are round cut cosmetic grade so they are safe for use on children and around eyes. Do not use craft glitter.
3Sealers are recommended if paints are used on dancers, under hot lights, or for extended periods of time and other extreme conditions, they are not necessary for childrens face painting.