Heart Face Paint

Heart face paint by Stacey Perry

Welcome back! This week I'll be showing you how to create this beautiful heart face. This design is more artsy and is a great way to sharpen your skills and get a great pic for your website and portfolio. Let's get started!

Here's what you'll need:

  1. Paradise Red Face Paints - Red
  2. Paradise Pink Face Paints - Light Pink
  3. Paradise Pink Face Paints - Dark Pink
  4. Paradise AQ Purple Face Paint - Brilliant Fuschia
  5. Paradise Black
  6. Loew-Cornell® American Painter™ Short Handle #6 Filbert Brush
  7. Loew-Cornell® Gold Grip #4 Round Brush
  8. Aqualon Filbert Wisp Brush
  9. Always Wicked Art Butterfly Sponge

Follow these steps:

Hear Face paint by Stacey Perry

Load your #4 Round brush with Paradise Red and paint your heart shape. It doesn't have to be perfect since you will be painting black around the entire heart at the end.

Heart Face paint by Stacey Perry

Continuing with your Paradise red and #4 round brush, begin painting in your pattern inside the heart shape as shown.

Heart Face paint by Stacey Perry

Using your Filbert brush, begin filling in the heart patterns by alternating the Paradise red and pink colors.

Heart Face paint by Stacey Perry

Your heart should look similar to this one when you have finished.

Heart Face paint by Stacey Perry

Using your filbert brush and Paradise Black, you will begin to add shading using a dry brush technique. You will want to add shading to the inside edge of the heart and each shape inside the heart.

Heart Face paint by Stacey Perry

Next, load your #4 Round brush with Paradise black and outline the entire heart and each shape inside the heart.

Heart Face paint by Stacey Perry

 Load your sponge with Paradise black and stipple on the outside of the heart.

Heart Face paint by Stacey Perry

Finally, Load your wisp brush with Paradise black and shade the edges of each pattern shape as shown.

I had a black head cover that works great for pictures. Always remember to match your background to create the illusion of the design being the only thing in the picture. For example, if I had painted the outside of the heart with white, my background should also be white.

 Thanks for joining me again this week! Be sure to let us know what you would like to see in future blogs and share your designs with us on Facebook and Instagram.

Until next time… Live, Love, Paint!!

Stacey Perry, aka Sistahmatic! is the owner of and primary face painter for Peekaboo Faces by Play and Learn With Me located in Lafayette, Louisiana. Stacey also blogs for halloweenmakeup.com

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