Email KaleidoscopeOKC@gmail.com
Phone (405) 740-7791
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Services

Face Painting
All Natural Henna
Jagua
Maternity Belly Painting and Henna
Waterproof Glitter Tattoos
Festival Body Glitter
Waterproof Face Painting
UV Light Face Painting

Perfect for corporate events, birthday parties, private appointments, fund raisers, church and school carnivals, baby showers and much more! Catering Oklahoma City and surrounding areas.

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About

Raechel Brown embarked on a career in face painting in 2013 but her love for art and working with children began much earlier. She studied visual art in high school and received her BA degree in Art, while working with children as a private piano and art teacher.

As a mother, safety is her top priority. She uses professional grade paints that are nontoxic, antimicrobial, and hypoallergenic. All glitters and adhesives are cosmetic grade. Her henna paste is composed of all-natural ingredients. Always eager to stay educated on the industry's latest safety standards and artistry, she regularly attends face and body conventions across the country. Raechel is passionate about providing a fabulous experience with top quality supplies.

Past Clients

Arts Council of Oklahoma City
Cox Communications
Downtown OKC, inc.
Edmond Parks and Recreation
Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma
Myriad Gardens
OU Children's Hospital
Uptown 23rd District
Yelp
& many more

Henna Aftercare

Henna paste should be left on for at least 4-12 hours. The longer the paste is left on, the darker the stain will be. DO NOT use water to remove paste. Scrape paste off with a credit card. If needed, use olive oil or lemon juice to remove any remnants.

After paste removal, the stain will be a pumpkin color and darken over the next 48 hours to a reddish brown. Some parts of the body stain better than others. The darkest stains occur on the hands and feet. For best results, AVOID WATER FOR 24 HOURS where the paste has been applied. Before bathing, coating the henna with olive oil can help protect the stain.

Shaving, exfoliating, swimming, and use of petroleum products (baby oil, Vaseline,etc) can cause the stain to fade.