Take a stroll in the woods during any big game hunting season and you will notice a great divide among hunters. They will all be wearing camo clothes, however, some will be using camo face paint and others won't.
If you ask those who skip the hunting face paint their reasoning, most of them will respond “it's really not needed”; however, if you spend a little more time with them and dig a little deeper the true reasons are revealed. A majority of the responses boil down to three silly reasons hunters are skipping the camo face paint.
Lets face it, we are a selfie generation. Social media has transformed our world. It's common to check Facebook, Instagram and other social networks for the latest news and events in our friends lives. Many of the updates found in your feed will involve some sort of selfie. Go ahead, have a look.
The hunter selfie ranges from a simple picture that shows someone out in the woods enjoying themselves to an intense game face that indicates they are on the pursuit. Needless to say, no matter what the angle is, hunters want to capture the perfect selfie for their friends to enjoy.
Many hunters are skipping out on hunting face paint because they want the perfect selfie that contains the perfect face free of smudges and dirt. They simply want to look as perfect as possible and are therefore leaving the camo face paint at home.
With the right hunting face paint hunters can create the perfect face paint pattern that will not only help capture the perfect selfie but is 100% functional as well. First and foremost, camo face paint is designed to keep you concealed and help you disappear with nature. With the right hunting face paint, hunters can also capture that perfect selfie.
Its no secret that a majority of the hunting face paints on the market today causes some sort of skin irritation or breakout. We have heard it time and time again, “I don't use hunting face paint because it makes me break out”, “I don't use hunting face paint because it irritates my skin”. The reason for this is simple, a majority of the hunting face paints on the market are filled with harmful chemicals. These harmful chemicals are not designed to be on your skin and often cause itching, burning and breakouts.
Its no secret hunters have to be on their “A” game when on the pursuit. How can they possibly be on their “A” game when trying to overcome these types of irritations?
When hunters switch to an all natural camo face paint they will notice those skin irritations simply don't exist and they can focus on their hunt, and only their hunt.
Many camo face paints are both difficult to apply and remove. A majority of hunting face paints come in a standard camo compact with three colors. To apply a hunter must vigorously rub their finger on a color until they have enough to wipe on their face. This is both time consuming and messy.
To make matters worse, the typical camo face paint is even more difficult to remove, especially when at hunting camp. The best option is to take a soapy wash cloth and start scrubbing, even then, there are typically remnants of green, black and brown left in hunter’s pores.
Hunters can save time and hassle selecting a tubed paint, one that applies directly to the face.This will cut down on application time by allowing hunters to apply directly to their face instead of from the compact, to their finger, to their face.
Sticking with an all natural camo face paint will eliminate the time and difficulty associated with removing the paint. An all natural camo face paint like Nature’s Paint can be removed in seconds with a towelette, face wipe or baby wipe.
Watch how Nature’s Paint debunks the three common reasons hunters are skipping the paint.