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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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Among the 70 amazing entries, two have been awarded our Voters Pick and Judges Pick awards! And we can say that they’re both deserving of the recognition!
In our part of the country, I’ve been enjoying the gorgeous fall colors this year, so I thought I’d use some rich metallic oranges and reds for this glamorous pegasus/butterfly design.
 I came up with this golden dragon which is similar, but quicker to do. I hope you enjoy trying it out on your own.
This year, up your game with a dab of face paint and take your Halloween-creepy to a whole new level.
I love my one stroke split cakes. I don’t know if there is a better product which impresses clients more or gives a face painter more speed in creating designs than the one stroke split cakes.
But for this lovely mini fairy and arm bouquet, miniature is okay. In fact, it lends a delicacy which is reminiscent of Tinkerbell.
When someone asks for a dragon, there are several types that come to mine, but this Chinese Dragon is my favorite to paint. It’s easy to do. 
This skull looks bright and vivid during the day, and glows very well under the black light at night. It’s pretty simple to do.
Some designs can seem overwhelming at a glance, but this quick little mask does much of your work for you with translucent layers and natural textures.
, I whipped up this springy veil in hopes of encouraging some warmer weather. I chose simple colors, but any color combination will work for this.

UV paint glows in the blacklight and is fun to paint with! Here is a blacklight lizard mask to try out.

Painting with blacklight reactive paints are super fun, as it’s like painting with glowing light! Here is a easy Fire Fairy Design to try out.