I'm trying out the Carbomask face paint. I'm new to face painting.
I ordered the CarboMask 3.5 oz. in Brown on Wednesday and received it this morning, Saturday. I'm new to hunting with face paint. I hunt mainly during September for mule Deer and it's usually around 90 plus degree's here in Lincoln County. I always used a face mask of some sort while hunting but was tired of the ears being smashed in or the nose covered feeling like I was suffocating. I usually have to pull the face mask down in a hurry when a muley pops up in front of me which sometimes ends up in getting busted, spot and stalking. I'd rather be pulling my bow up to aim rather than having to pull a face mask down before getting the bow ready. The last face mask I bought had that fancy moisture wicking cloth but the friction from the cloth gave me a reddish rash on my face and neck. So I thought I'd give this product a try and see how it fairs out in the hot weather. I placed a little bit on the back of my hand and let it dry for about 15 minutes while running around the house just to see what it would look like. looks like it does a good job of cutting down glare. It only took two baby wipes to remove the paint off my hand. My Hunt starts September 1.