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Are there times when someone shouldn't be painted?
In order to protect paints and equipment from contamination and to avoid passing on infections to clients, strict health and hygiene guidelines should be followed.
Children or adults should not painted who are, or seem to be ill. This includes (but not limit to) those with lip herpes, eczema, psoriasis, lice, sunburn, acne, chicken pocks, conjuncitvitis or other eye infections, head colds. Skin with bruises, wounds or abrasions should not be painted.
In such cases it is up to the artist ,whether I choose to offer to paint a hand or arm instead.
Children under 2 years of age should also not be painted. They may not be able to convey that they don't want to be painted, and if they have a reaction to the paints it may be difficult for them to notice or explain a problem. In addition, many insurance companies will not cover the painting of children under 2 (sometimes 3) years old.