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    NYE Mask Roses and Feathers

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    A fun mask.  It’s nice to have a few different styles of masks. This is one of my favorite.

    Tools:

    Medium #4 Round Brush
    Small Round #1 (1/16″) Brush
    1″ Flat Brush

    Colors used in this picture:


    White Face Paint
    Paradise Makeup AQ Face Paint – Coral
    Diamond FX Face Paints – Metallic Gold
    Tag Body Art Pearl Purple
    Red Face Paint
    Kryolan Face Paints – UV Dayglow Pink
    Kryolan Face Paints – UV Dayglow Orange
    Global Body Art Face Paint – Standard Magenta
    TAG Face Paints – Berry Wine
    Diamond FX Face Paints – Dark Blue

    Application:

    1. Using the coral paint, and the flat brush, paint a mask framing the eyes.

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    2. Paint the background for the roses using red and magenta.

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    3. Using the berry wine, add feathers outlines coming from the top and bottom of the roses. I draw the center line first, then I add lines up and down the center line to make the feather look.

    4. Using the small round brush, paint diagonal lines across the mask. I usually start on on side, spacing each diagonal line evenly. Then I come across from the other side, adding diagonal lines in the opposite direction.

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    5. Next, using the metallic gold, Paint an outline around the mask. I added a few swirls along the way. I also painted the inner part of the mask around the eyes.

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    6. Using the dark blue paint the inside of the roses. Start the rose in the center making a spiral shape, then continue the pattern outside making a loose triangle shape.  Add a few swirls. Fill in the feathers using different colors. I used orange, magenta, and purple.

    That’s it! Enjoy!

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    Amy Liza Williams is a face & body artist who resides in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville NC. She is the owner of Asheville face & body Art, a collective of quality artists who work as a team to provide many body art services & smiles.
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