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    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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    Linnéa Önnerby Novak is wishing you a Merry Christmas by showing you how to create this fun and cute Elf face paint design in this step-by-step tutorial.

    I love to paint boy designs so as soon as I heard about the Pokémon theme I wanted to paint the cool Pokémon dragon Charizard!

    This super villain design is made with one stroke technique and is perfect to do on the boys that don´t like to be painted on the eyes. 

    This Spiderman design is a timeless design that works every time. You can skip the stencils if you want to make it quicker, or you can ad some cool web hands if you got some time over.

    A great tip for faster facepainting is to use stencils. It can be done fast and gives you a great "wow-factor" at the same time. This "Graffiti Skull" design is a perfect on the job design. You can switch colours and mix new cool textures to make every face different.
    For this holiday design I would like to share with you an improvised  technique of using different stencils to add depth and glamor to this easy Christmas design. I love stencils because you can quickly get a complete image, especially at large events where there are a lot of people.

    With halloween just around the corner it is about time to create a sweet and girly Halloween design. No scary design this time, but a beautiful, shimmery Bat-crown. In just a few minutes you can now turn every little girl into a beautiful little bat-princess!

     

    What are all the girls crazy about? Of course, cats! So in the drawing for Halloween, we can also connect a pumpkin, a bat and a charming cat in a hat. 
    This dragon design follows the usual structure of the winged pony designs, trying to be cute and girly, but it can be easily changed into a boyish one with just a few changes.