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About our company:

Lil' Bitter Pixie is a Pomona / Los Angeles 

based company,

established by lead Artist Judith Bautista of Kahlovera.

Our Team:

Our team of artist is a collective of  some of the best face painting artist in the industry, all with well over 5 years experience and some with experience working in theme parks such as Universal Studios & Disney Land. 

Our Face Painting and Body Art has been featured on the Insider, ABC 7's "Vista L.A.", FOX 11 news, California Scratchers Lotto Commercial,

ABC Family Drama "The Fosters" ,  BuzzFeed, and Roselyn Sanchez's music video "Step Up Your Game".

We have been interviewed & published in Allure Beauty, ABC Vista LA

& Turnt Beauty.

Our makeup has been featured in billboards across LA county by 2 of the biggest "Day Of The Dead" events in Los Angeles

"El Velorio" &  "Uptown Whittier,

Casita Del Pueblo, Dia De Los Muertos Festival".

We are the exclusive makeup crew for the historic, "Placita Olvera", "Day of the Dead" event in Los Angeles.

Our Mission:

We are committed to providing our customers with quality face painting that will bring smiles to all your special events. All of our face painting products are FDA compliant, nontoxic and kid friendly.

We work diligently on expanding our face painting technique and speed. We are constantly growing our gallery, adding more to our wealth services.

Our inspiration to improve is fueled by the smiles, compliments and satisfied customers we work with. Our goal is to make you happy.

As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.

 We would love the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.



  Pomona California 


 Los Angeles County to the Inland Empire

and everything  near & in between.


 Our phone hours are:

Mon - Fri  9:00am-9:30 pm


 Our Service Hours are:

8:00 am- 12:00am

We can be reached @:

or via text at

(323) 351-1096

About the business owner /artist.


Lead Artist Judith Bautista / Kahlovera


Art for me has been a passing of right.  I was born into this world with a wild passion for art and it is my mother who I feel I have to thank for it. My earliest memories are of waking up Saturday mornings to join my mom who would be up at the crack of dawn working on her oil paintings. She instilled in me this infinite love for the arts. My love for art has only grown stronger and has opened many doors for me.  In my senior year of high school my art was entered into a competition, landing me with the winning prize of a round trip to visit the White House in Washington D.C. This recognition opened my eyes and geared me to work in association with other influential artist who challenged me to learn face painting. Little did I know that challenge would one day turn into such a profitable business.

I have delved into various forms of art, such  acrylic paintings, jewelry making, paper mache, ceramics, drawing, crafting and any other form of art I can get my crafty hands on, but I  find that the art of face painting gives me the most satisfaction because of the beautiful little smiles I get from children when they see my art on their little faces faces. 


As a profession I worked with children for 17 years with the Los Angeles School District.

 I started as an art instructor for children in the L..A.'S Best After School Enrichment program in Boyle Heights and became the Site Coordinator at my site. I oversaw a large group of 110  little nutty kids. The experiences I have gained from working so closely with children for over a decade have taught me about the importance of  making them feel emotionally safe and valued.

When I am face painting the little person in my chair is the one in charge. No persistent parent can force me to paint anything other than what the little person in my chair feels his little heart truly desires. Children are creative geniuses and if they are not afraid to express who they are freely without inhibitions who are we to instill self doubt in them..

My experience with face painting spans over 14 years but it wasn't until 2011 that I decided I would intentionally invest myself into creating my own business. It has been a long road but my little business has been very blessed. I have had the pleasure of working as a face painting artist at Universal Studios and apply my learned skills at all of my events. I am fortunate to work with the very best families.

.Over time I've developed friendships with the families that hire me continuously year after year. It warms my heart to watch the children grow.

Thank you for your loyal support.

To stay updated on our services and adventures you can follow us on Instagram under the name @Kahlovera where you can also come across my paintings and jewelry line.

If you'd like to check out or purchase my art, accessories or jewelry you can find me on my Etsy  online shop under the name Kahlovera.




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