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Join Our Team!


Who is Eligible?

We're hiring face painters, balloon twisters, and henna artists as W2 employees of Fantastic Face Painting. No previous experience is required. Paid training will be provided for selected applicants, with additional payment for passing off designs.

If you're reliable, professional, friendly, enjoy kids, are at least 16 years old, have reliable transportation, and are available evenings and weekends, we want to meet you!

More about Us:

We provide face painting, balloon twisting, henna tattoos, and glitter tattoos at all kinds of events. We work at community fairs and festivals, private birthday parties, large corporate and city events, for major sports teams, entertainment venues, and more!

Where are we based?

Our artists work primarily in Salt Lake, Utah, and Davis counties, and occasionally in Cache County, Summit County, and Tooele County. We pay a travel fee per mile for travel outside a 15-mile radius of your home. We try to assign artists to the events closest to where they live. 

How Can I Apply?

First, you'll need to get some additional information about our availability requirements, pay structure, and training. Please register for one of the three online info meetings being held in January 2024. The available dates/times are: 1) Saturday, January 13, 10-11 am; 2) Wednesday, January 17, 7:30-8:30 pm; 3) Friday, January 19, 4-5 pm. Choose whichever time works best for you.

What's Next?

Fill out a registration form by clicking "Register Now" below. Then, send an email to with the subject line "Registration" and your chosen session as the message. You'll receive an email reply confirming your registration and a Zoom invitation for the session you chose. 

At the info meeting, you'll receive details on how to formally apply. ALL APPLICANTS will be required to attend an in-person interview on Saturday, January 20 at 10 am-12 pm. Training for accepted applicants will take place that afternoon (12:30-3 pm), with additional training on Sat. Feb. 3 (9 am-3 pm) and Sat. March 2 (10 am-1 pm) in Holladay. 

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