Does it have a scent? No, Hardy Facepaint does not have a scent. Does it make a mess? No. Is it easy to remove? Yes, it is super easy face paint to remove. Does it have a glare? Not when you hunt in the shade which is the ideal hunting spot and depending on how you apply face paint. When hunting public land near me, we always try to hunt in the shade.
One of the coolest and most fun features of our face paint is that ours comes with a brush wand applicator that allows you to get creative with detailed and unique face paint patterns without having to use a stencil. As for the glare, I say slightly because if you apply a thick layer of Hardy Facepaint then you will experience a slight glare. However your optimal hunting position is always going to be in a shady spot. When in the shade, there is absolutely no glare. Even with most conventional face paints, especially grease based, there will be some form of glare when directly in the sun.
Now onto the second part of my response where my answer is no. We have been told by many customers that they love how versatile our face paint it. They have the option of using the brush wand and not having to use their fingers to apply the paint or they can apply the face paint with the brush wand and then smudge it around while still wet. Then they just rub the paint off their fingers or wipe it of with an unscented baby wipe. Applying the paint as the second option, will give you a completely matte look with no glare at all.
Jessica Byers from Follow her arrow shows us how to apply Hardy Facepaint
to achieve a matte finish using the best paint for face painting.
Either way you decide to apply Hardy Facepaint, you will still experience the same performance in the field and ease of removal when finished.
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