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I'm a Wolf girl now!

Post by DragonFly on Fri May 06, 2011 9:04 am

Ok, so, I've been using snaz paints exclusively, and finally decided to try the Wolf paints (primarily for black and white). I gto myself an essentials palette (red, green, blue, yellow, white and black), and I gotta say I feel in love with the paints.

Overall, they seem to activate much easier, and get to creamy consistency with my brush much faster. They smell nice (imho) too!
I LOVEd the black. It goes on smooth and light, especially tiny details, like lines and accents. The white, I felt goes on much brighter than Snaz white does too.

The yellow was a delight to use! In fact, out of all the colors I like it the most I think. The blue - i did not care for, to be honest. It was good with sponging, but with the line, not so much. Then again, I might have just been doing it wrong.

So, definitely happy with Wolf. I think its amazing for line work (it smudges less as well, at least on my arm. On my face, I had too much oil at the time, so everything was smudging like crazy). One thing though, the colors don't seem to like being put on top of each other too much.

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Re: I'm a Wolf girl now!

Post by freedspirit on Tue May 17, 2011 4:28 am

I think thats why it is good to have a mix of paints..I have just started buying paradise and snaz for bases and blending while I use Tag for everything else..But I do very much want the Wolf White..I have heard great things about it,, and the metallic white...the want list is so huge..argh..
I'm so glad you have found something you like,,Cant wait to see what up come up with now!
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Re: I'm a Wolf girl now!

Post by Sweet Loretta on Thu May 19, 2011 10:46 am

Wolfe with an e - Wolfe Face Art and FX or Wolfe Novelties

Going from Snaz to Wolfe FX.................... now there's some difference in the makeup. As for laying down the colors on top of each other and blending in general - practice - you'll get the hang of it based on feel.

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Re: I'm a Wolf girl now!

Post by Fabtastic on Thu May 19, 2011 12:46 pm

Actually Loretta - their line of Wolf Novelties no longer has the "e". Not that it is a big deal or anything, I just noticed it not long ago at the wolfefxmakeup.com site.



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Re: I'm a Wolf girl now!

Post by Leslie on Fri May 20, 2011 4:02 am

I agree with you dragonfly. I have snazaroo paints and struggled with my line work. I love snazaroo for blending, but I saw the advice about wolfe products being better for line work and bought some to try. I cannot believe the difference! I can't wait to get to work this weekend with it.

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Re: I'm a Wolf girl now!

Post by DragonFly on Fri May 20, 2011 12:38 pm

Hah, oops, yes, its Wolfe FX paints.

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