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Not every white seems to be perfect for every job. Some are good for line work others are better for blending - let's find out what is the best white for you! sells dozens of different brands black face paint, so which one should you to choose for your kit? This blog will definitely help you decide...
In this quick tutorial, face paint artist Marina, shows us how to remove tough face paint stains, and it's actually easier than you'd think!

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In this tutorial I will show you a how to face paint a Hello Kitty design. With bright colors and easy brush strokes....perfect for on-the-job 🙂! Follow along with this cute Hello Kitty face paint design and create your own!

In this tutorial I will show you a funny looking 'nostril' Pumbaa mask. As a character, he is not the easiest to paint nicely on a face, but I thought this sweet little guy deserved a funny design  too!
In the series of 'moving masks', I created a super cool Gorilla mask. Kids can change the expression of the Gorilla face, by moving their eyebrows. Just give them a mirror and let them play!
In this step by step tutorial, talented face paint artist and teacher Annabel Hoogeveen shows how to crate this amazing Captain Marvel crown face paint design!

Not all girls like to be sweet all the time. With this Sweet Mayhem mask they can be cool and girly, but still a little bit 'evil' too.


In this tutorial I will show you a quick, one-stroke shark design, that you can use either use as just an eye-design or, when time permits, expand to the other side. 
Mera, a queen of the sea, has been originally portrayed as a supporting character to her husband Aquaman but is in fact a powerful superhero in her own right.

Just in time for the release of the new 'Aquaman' movie. A super cool, boy friendly mask with lots of glitter and a real golden trident!!

A superquick and easy Grinch mask, using only one split cake and a bit of white.Especially suited for the little ones, but also very very cool for the older boys !

Combined with a blue background, a red nose and lips and some snow it makes a quick and colorful Rudolph butterfly mash up, perfect for this time of year.

No Thanksgiving without turkeys, right? With this easy and cool, boyfriendlyTurkey Mask even the smallest boys will want to be face painted too 😁. 

You can make this design into a quick, girly design without the eyes, or go even further and add some extra highlights and details.