Fantasy body finger paints - body paint by Pipedream - review by Alyxx

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Warning : Exposure to Paint May Create She-Hulk

These body paints are fun, but they aren't very good quality. They stain skin, and probably fabric, they don't taste very good, and they don't really let you paint with much detail. They did give me and some friends a great joke about being the She-Hulk, though, and they made for some nice foreplay to get things started.
Jars are discrete for traveling, painting your partner is a lot of fun
Don't taste very good, greasy, don't spread well, stain skin
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


This is a pretty fun set of edible body paints, good for couples looking to add a little fun to their foreplay. This would make a cute bridal shower gift for a couple to use on their honeymoon. Being designed to be edible, they are non-toxic, but they do have glycerin as a sweetener and food dyes, so people with sensitivities to either of those should avoid using them in sensitive areas or ingesting them. They do not contain any dairy products, so they do not have to be refrigerated after opening and people who have trouble with lactose don't have to worry about getting an upset stomach.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Bridal gift
    • Foreplay
    • Gag gift
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom
    • On old sheets!
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • All over

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

All four of these paints have a slightly greasy, slick consistency. When you dip a finger into the pot, it is kind of hard to get much out at a time. When "painting" with them, they spread out easily but thinly. It is hard to get a good thick line of color if you are wanting to really put a design onto someone. But, when it comes to licking it off, that becomes a plus. They taste a lot better in a thin layer than in a thick one.
    • Greasy
    • Slick
    • Thick

Taste / Aroma

The Fantasy Body Finger Paints set comes with 4 different flavors - cherry (red), strawberry (pink), apple (green) and blueberry (blue). I'll talk about each one separately.

My favorite as far as taste goes is the apple. It tastes pretty much like any green apple candy does, except with a kind of greasy aftertaste. (They all have a greasy aftertaste!) The one issue with the green is that it stains skin within seconds. Thus, the She-Hulk reference in the title. The good news is, a quick wipe with a soapy washcloth is enough to get it off your skin. Not so sure how much it will stain fabric, though. We were good and somehow managed not to get any onto the white hotel sheets, as we probably would have had to pay for them if we stained them.

The blueberry also has a fairly pleasant taste. Very artificial and with the greasy undertones, but not absolutely gross. It also stains skin pretty quickly.

The strawberry one was my girl's favorite, but I didn't care for it much. Too artificial and no real resemblance to strawberries at all. It did smell nice, though. I don't like most strawberry flavored stuff to begin with though, so no surprise there. The pink color of the strawberry paint did not show up very well on skin, though. Perhaps it works better with people with darker complexions (or at the very least a tan) but on two pale white girls it was kind of hard to see. It did not stain skin, though.

The cherry wasn't all that great either. Tasted kind of cough-syrupy. It didn't really smell much like cherry flavored anything either. Surprisingly, the red cherry paint did not stain skin like the blue and green ones did, but I have a feeling this one will stain fabric. Red dyes usually do not wash out of fabrics very well. The same probably goes for the pink.

Overall, these did not taste all that great. The painting was fun, but the taste made licking them off a little less fun than it should have been.
    • Bad taste
    • Light smell
    • Strong taste


These paints go on in a fairly thin layer and kind of absorbs into the skin, leaving a slightly sticky and slightly greasy layer of paint. They don't dry out though, which is good. I would rather be able to lick or wipe off a layer of paint than have it dry out and crack on my skin. I used the Sportsheets paintbrush whip as well as my fingers to apply the paint, and I liked the application with the whip better. It left thicker and more defined splotches of color as opposed to the thin and hard to see lines made with my fingers.
As far as clean up goes, as I said earlier, the blue and the green will turn you into the She-Hulk and the Hulk, respectively. The good news is, a little soap and water gets the stains off of you. Just to be safe, though, don't put it on body parts visible with normal clothing if you plan on going out later, just in case you can't get it off of your skin as well as you would like to.
    • Greasy
    • Needs to be washed off with soap and water


The paints came in a plastic clamshell with pictures of a couple covered in little designs. Their "body paint" is not an accurate description of the results you will get with the paint, and is instead badly photoshopped onto them. The packaging is not so great for travel, as it is bulky and not discrete at all. However, the little jars can be slipped into a makeup bag for very discrete vacation fun.

If you take the labels off of the jars themselves, no one would be able to tell them from regular old fingerpaints. The jars screw closed tightly and are well made. You do need to use two hands to open them, though, and they can tip over.

The package also comes with two samples of flavored massage oil, which I haven't used yet. One is watermelon and the other is blue raspberry. The samples are in one-time use plastic packets.
    • Does not leak
    • Travel friendly
Follow-up commentary
These are pretty good, but I don't use them very often. Just don't feel like dealing with the cleanup. I actually forget I have them until I open my drawer. Maybe they will get some more use, but odds are they will stick around for a while.
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  • Pixel
    Eep! Between the staining skin and bad taste, I think I'll be giving these a miss. Nice review!
  • - Kira -
    Great review! If these were glow paints I might give them a go despite the bad taste and staining. No glow and I'll pass. Thanks for the review!!
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  • Kaltir
    Thanks for the review
  • AshMegYo
    looks like fun, too bad it stains skin thanks for the review, though!
  • Review It
    After reading that it stains your skin, I would not want to purchase this item so thanks for letting me know.
  • eeep
    Thanks for the review. Sucks that these stain (ridiculous that a body paint does).
  • Blooddragon
    Nice review!
  • Katelyn
    Yeah the greasy aftertaste sounds gross, I was trying to decide between this and the cholate one and know i know : )
  • Jon S
  • Entropy
    With the aftertaste and staining, I think I'll pass, great review, though.
  • sexyladyinblack
    Thanks for the review!
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