Impress your guests with Mission Strokes Face Painting and Balloon Twisting. Not just in summer, it's also a perfect entertainment idea when it's too cold for an outdoor event! No matter what the occasion, quality of work is our number one priority!
Veronica has been involved in the performing arts for over twenty years, ranging from roles in film, television and on stage in theatrical productions. She has worked both in front of the camera as an actress and behind the scenes in capacities such as direction, and makeup.
Surgical complications with her special needs son led her to leave her corporate position. Her faith and God led her to return to her performing arts roots, rediscovering her passion for artistic expressions. Various volunteer opportunities directed that passion to a new outlet: face painting and body art. The requests for her face painting skills poured in and the lines at her events grew longer and longer - Mission Strokes Face Painting was born! A love for art, a passion for drawing and painting and a steadfast devotion to God and His guidance are the foundations of Mission Strokes Face Painting. After their special needs son graduated and moved into his own home, Don began to train in the art of balloon twisting so they could do this as a team!
The mission of Mission Strokes is twofold: make your event the best it can be and honor God with each work. One of the ways Mission Strokes Face Painting does this is by donating ten percent to a charity of the client's choice.
Thank you for your support of Mission Strokes Face Painting and your support of others. We look forward to turning you, your family and friends into living works of art.
We use all FDA compliant products meant for skin application that can be washed off with normal soap cleansing routine. Some colors have a little stronger pigment that will remove easier with a soapy cloth, as the fibers will help pull the color out of the pores.
I enjoy God's creation and the beauty that surrounds us. I also love all types of artistic expression and the creativity of others. It's hard for me to stick to one thing myself because I love trying new things when I get inspired by everything around me.