XSArtistry sanitizes all of our tools, equipment, and materials in between each event. Using UV/UVC sanitizing lighting and electrostatic antimicrobial spray, to help provide peace of mind. These products help kill 99.9% of germs and viruses (including SARs COV-2 /COVID-19) while still being safe for kids, pets, and the environment. In addition, all of our artists are wearing masks (many also wearing face shields), using hand sanitizer in between clients, using one sponge per client, sanitizing brushes in-between clients, and spraying down all paints and chairs with a 70% Isopropyl alcohol spray.
Yesterday XSArtistry was featured on the front page of the Courier Post newspaper, WOW how exciting! I was interviewed by Kim Mulford for the article, which focused on the art of maternity belly painting. This has become such a popular trend and such a wonderful way to commemorate the start of a new life. I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to paint the belly of Salema Ross for the article. Salema is expecting her first child, a son named Zy'lem, in just a few