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I’ve seen this #tutorial get passed around a couple of times today, and I’d just like to take the time to say… 
DO NOT DO THIS. 
This is, at best, extra steps that you really don’t need to do that won’t actually save you money (and will result in a splotchy, poor paint job). At worst, it’s dangerous and could make you extremely ill. 
Food dye is meant to be ingested, not worn. There is a high possibility that you will end up stained that color -- even days after you don’t need to be that color anymore. While it’ll be a funny story for you to tell at work, no one wants to be a weird shade of almost-blue for days after a con. 
As for non-toxic paint… the Non-toxic label is applied because that paint has been tested thoroughly and shown to be harmless WHEN USED AS INTENDED -- ie, used to paint canvases and other objects, NOT your skin. Did you know certain pigments, such as some yellows, are actually highly toxic? Ever heard of cadmium? It’s your yellows, and it’s toxic when ingested. Like, for example, if you absorb it through your skin. 
There are MANY types of #bodypaint, including ones that are incredibly cheap but will stay all day if sealed correctly. My Salem is done in #Wolfe which is $3 a pat and I’ve regularly worn her ALL DAY at cons. Many paints can be ordered online, as well, even if you can’t get them locally.

Your skin is the largest organ in your body. Please take care of it, and take care of yourself -- and #cosplay on!!! (I have intentionally NOT copied the cosplayer’s name who published this tutorial as I don’t want any backlash towards that person.)
I’ve seen this #tutorial get passed around a couple of times today, and I’d just like to take the time to say… DO NOT DO THIS. This is, at best, extra steps that you really don’t need to do that won’t actually save you money (and will result in a splotchy, poor paint job). At worst, it’s dangerous and could make you extremely ill. Food dye is meant to be ingested, not worn. There is a high possibility that you will end up stained that color -- even days after you don’t need to be that color anymore. While it’ll be a funny story for you to tell at work, no one wants to be a weird shade of almost-blue for days after a con. As for non-toxic paint… the Non-toxic label is applied because that paint has been tested thoroughly and shown to be harmless WHEN USED AS INTENDED -- ie, used to paint canvases and other objects, NOT your skin. Did you know certain pigments, such as some yellows, are actually highly toxic? Ever heard of cadmium? It’s your yellows, and it’s toxic when ingested. Like, for example, if you absorb it through your skin. There are MANY types of #bodypaint, including ones that are incredibly cheap but will stay all day if sealed correctly. My Salem is done in #Wolfe which is $3 a pat and I’ve regularly worn her ALL DAY at cons. Many paints can be ordered online, as well, even if you can’t get them locally. Your skin is the largest organ in your body. Please take care of it, and take care of yourself -- and #cosplay on!!! (I have intentionally NOT copied the cosplayer’s name who published this tutorial as I don’t want any backlash towards that person.)