The set is comprised of 28 2 ml colors, which is enough to paint a lot of faces. I spent years, even as a professional, using this size before moving up to the larger "professional size" face paints that I use now.
I tried them first with a sponge, and found that they blend very well. This is a creamy style face paint, great for blending, rather than the "hard" type face paint, but I found it was still nice and sharp for linework. It works up quickly and easily without a ton of water.
Then I had a little fun with a funky bee (of course a bee!), a little tribal, and a quick Spiderman.
These face paints hit the key points I look for in my products - the colors are bright and dense, the white has good coverage, and the black can achieve a nice sharp line.
You also may notice that I painted all of these on my left arm. In between, it took me literally seconds to wash off each design; these face paints are removed incredibly easily, which is a huge plus.
For professionals, this size is on the small side, but for moms and volunteers, this set is absolutely perfect when paired with some good brushes from an art or craft store and some good face painting sponges (not makeup wedges; those are impossible with face paints of all sorts, get actual face painting sponges or a tack sponge to cut up). It's easy to use, with good pigments, and a wider variety of colors than most "mom" sets contain.
Overall, I highly recommend, which makes me especially happy since I believe we should all support small business where we can. So I suppose I ought to let you know that you can buy them at Amazon here.
I was provided with a 28-color set of Bayleaf Botanicals face paints in order to complete my review.