Neon Violet is extremely bright under black light but not as bright under regular light. Use Neon Violet to make your butterflies and pricess crown designs pop. Fusion neon paints will not glow in complete darkness, they need to be exposed to black lights to glow. Although artists around the world use these paints to produce amazing face and body art designs, the USA FDA has yet to test these pigments for skin safety so in the USA we are forced to indicate that these paints are only to be used as a special effects products to paint over clothing, prosthethics and other surfaces.
All Fusion Neon colors are very bright under black light and can be successfully used for base work and line work (unlike other brands of neon colors that are hard to use for doing line work). All Fusion Neon colors are black light reactive.
Fusion Body Art has conducted private testings by specialized labs to determine that these products are indeed safe to be used on the skin, but regulations in the USA still require for us to indicate that they are not to be used on the skin. Please know that the FDA usually doesn't test a pigment for safety unless it feels there is a public concern over the safety of the pigment. As an example, even though henna and tattoo inks are widely used, the FDA has not yet tested them for skin use, meaning that they are in the same situation as neon "face" paints. Based on current regulations any off label use is at the user's discretion.
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