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Today I'm going to show you how to paint a cute bug design, easily doable on the job and adaptable for boys or girls just changing a couple of details.

The one stroke and the double dip techniques are the key for a quick result.



Today I'm going to show you how to paint a different Santa Claus mask. As you know I love designs you can use on the job and always try to avoid painting on the mouth area, so this is my take for a different kind of Santa.

Want to learn how to face paint hello kitty? You've come to the right place! Talented face paint artist Belén Canosa will show us a step-by-step tutorial on how to make a Hello Kitty face paint design.

When I asked my son how he thought a warrior face painting would be he described some kind of medieval knight so that's what I tried to paint in a simple way, easily doable on the job. The one stroke technique helps a lot to increase speed and a 3D effect.

I tried to paint a bird mask, easily adaptable to any of the bird's colours or shape and quickly doable on the job.

Care Bears appeared from the 80's in TV series, specials... each of them has a special "belly badge" that represents its personality and they all reflect different aspects of virtuous life: sympathy, friendship, cheer, sportsmanship, etc. Care Bears are helpful, give good luck and they are cute and cuddly. That's why they became so popular and all children love them.
This Simba design is a mask version because I usually try to avoid painting on the mouth area. This way, children are more comfortable and we get quicker results.

I have decided to paint this monkey design with a mask shape to avoid the mouth area and for a faster result too.

Dreamcatchers were originally made by North American Indians. These small hoops are decorated with feathers and beads and they are believed to give its owner good dreams. Their design may be a little intricate todraw so I tried to simplify the base as much as I could to make it doable on the job. Girls will love it!
A hippo is the kind of design I fear when I'm at a birthday party or event because it's difficult for me to figure out how to do it in a fast and cool way. That's why I decided to give it a try stepping out of my comfort zone. Thanks to the one stroke, it's quite quick and easily doable on the job.

This Buzz Lightyear mask is perfect both for boys and girls. It is great for those kids who don't like to be painted on eyes or full face designs.

This dragonfly is perfect  for an on the job design but still with a colourful and wow effect. It’s elegant and funny at the same time.

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