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The paint that the Beef Studs use is water-based acrylic, so it washes off easily enough in the shower (except watch out for wherever you have hair, like arms and legs). It's a brand I think is called Apple, or the logo is an apple, and you can find it in the Wal-Mart fabrics and paints section in cylindrical bottles in large and small sizes. The colors they use are Hunter Green and Metallic Gold, but there are other shades of green and gold to choose from.

If you're just painting your face, you might use regular face paint from Party City (and I bet lots of other stores have them too). It's more oily and less prone to coming off from sweat, but harder to wash off. It's great for your face, but not so good to use on a larger area than your face.

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Thanks Faza. I painted my face green/gold for the Auburn game but forgot who it was I got the paint from.

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The paint that the Beef Studs use is water-based acrylic, so it washes off easily enough in the shower (except watch out for wherever you have hair, like arms and legs). It's a brand I think is called Apple, or the logo is an apple, and you can find it in the Wal-Mart fabrics and paints section in cylindrical bottles in large and small sizes. The colors they use are Hunter Green and Metallic Gold, but there are other shades of green and gold to choose from.

If you're just painting your face, you might use regular face paint from Party City (and I bet lots of other stores have them too). It's more oily and less prone to coming off from sweat, but harder to wash off. It's great for your face, but not so good to use on a larger area than your face.

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I always got mine from Party City...try there.  There's one across from the mall.

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At the bookstore they have face paints that are on popsicle sticks so you can just put them on your face. Looked interesting but I don't know how they work.

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