Body painting is when someone creatively paints their own or someone else’s body. The body is usually naked with nipples covered. This leads people to be shocked when they see this content on Twitch.

In this article we are going to take a look at if body painting is actually allowed on Twitch and what rules need to be followed if you are doing it. Let’s jump in and find out if you are allowed to body paint on Twitch.

Is Body Painting Allowed On Twitch?

Yes, body painting is allowed on Twitch but there are certain rules that must be followed if you want to avoid a ban. In the Twitch Terms of Service they state that:

“full chest coverage is not required, but those who present as women must completely cover their nipples & areola with a layer of non-transparent clothing or a paint & latex combination (artist-grade pasties, tape, latex or similar alternatives are acceptable). This coverage must be applied before streaming begins, not on-stream. Buttocks and genitals must also be fully covered by opaque attire. This exception to the general coverage requirements only applies while the streamer is actively engaged in body painting, though the streamer may take short breaks between active painting sessions, or when painting is complete to model the results”

The main rules are:

  • Cover nipples and areola with non-transparent paint or clothing
  • Apply these coverings before starting the stream

Do Streamers Get Banned For Body Painting?

While body painting is allowed on Twitch there are instances of people getting banned for body painting, including perma bans. The most controversial ban was ‘DelightDaniTV’. She was permabanned on Twitch even though she claims to have been following the terms of service. She hit out at Twitch on Twitter.

She appears to now have got her Twitch account back but doesn’t stream anymore. If you are planning to stream body painting on your channel, we recommend following the rules diligently. Even if you accidently break a rule it could result in your channel being banned.

How To Prepare Your Body For A Body Painting Stream

When it comes to streaming body painting you want to make sure that you are prepared before going live.

When are ready to go live make sure that you have applied your pasties to your body and covered them with paint or clothing. Double to check to ensure that no nipple or areola is showing as this could result in a ban.

You should never apply these items during your stream. It should always be done before going live.

How To Prep Your Skin For Body Painting

The best way to prepare your skin for body painting is to exfoliate and moisturize before hand. You should use a light lotion rather than a thick cream. This will help to smooth out any dry patches but won’t make your skin so oily that the paint doesn’t stick. If you use a lotion that is too oily the paint will have a hard time staying in place.

Best Body Painting Gear For Twitch

If you are planning a body painting stream on Twitch below is some of the gear that we would recommend getting.

Does Twitch Allow Nude Art?

No, unfortunately with Twitch’s current policy regarding nudity, you are not allowed to stream nude drawing on Twitch. This is unfortunate as this is a popular art category. For now you will have to keep the subjects of your drawings clothed or covered.

What Category Do Body Painters Stream In On Twitch?

There is a category on Twitch specifically for Body painting called “Beauty & Body Art“. However, lots of body painters end up streaming in the “Pools, Hot Tubs, and Beaches” category.

Best Body Painting Streamers On Twitch

If you are looking for some inspiration or just want to watch some body painting streamers you should check out some of the streamers below:


Djarii is a popular body painting streamer on Twitch with over 350k followers on the platform. She also does some other content such as gaming and just chatting.


Nuria is a great makeup artist and body painter who regularly streams on Twitch. She currently has over 27,000 followers on the platform.


Mizzy Rose is a popular Canadian body painter who streams multiple times per week with some crazy body art. She has over 270,000 followers on Twitch.

Wrapping Up

So there you have it. That is everything you need to know about body painting on Twitch. Body painting is allowed but you need to be careful about preparing your body before hand to ensure there is no mishaps during your stream. Have fun streaming some amazing body art with your fans.

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