On the Job Butterfly by Belén te Pinta

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This one eye butterfly design is perfect for doing on the job and as a line booster since it only takes two minutes, but it is still effective.

I only used one sponge and three brushes to make it as simple as possible… so… Let’s get started!

Step 1

Take a sponge and fill in the eye area painting the base of the butterfly wings with pearl blue. Two triangular shapes for the upper wings (a big and a small one) and another for the lower wing. Leave a blank space in the corner of the eye.

Step 2

Sponge over the blue with pearl white and cover with glitter dust while the painting is still damp.

Step 3

Outline the design with white and a round brush, painting teardrops that divide the wings in sections. Two small sections and then a bigger one in the upper wing and two sections in the lower. These teardrops should all point to the focal point of the corner of the eye.

Step 4

While the paint is still damp, drag some white with a filbert brush, always directing the brushstrokes to the corner of the eye.

With the round brush paint a dot and a teardrop as the head and body of the butterfly. Now take a liner brush and paint the antennae, some stars and teardrops in the corner of the eye

Of course, painting the model’s lips is always a plus

Materials:

Fab Ziva Blue

Fab White Shimmer

Diamond FX White

Filbert Brush #8

Script Liner Brush

Silly farm Paint Pal Swirl # 6

White Polyester Glitter

 

Belén Canosa is the owner of Belén te Pinta and has been working as a professional face painter since 2011 when she discovered a passion for painting on a live canvas.

She loves belly painting and teaching and her works have been featured in several face and body painting magazines like Skin Markz Magazine, Illusion Magazine, Pintamos? and Qmagazine

You can follow her on Instagram and Facebook:

Instagram Belén_te_Pinta

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