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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!

    Facepaint.com 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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    There are so many children that don’t want to look scary on Halloween and they would like to look pretty or cool. This face paint is an alternative makeup for that kind of children. Specially, for girls. 

    If you're new to face painting this article on how to face paint is for you! Learn how to create your very first face painting design with this easy to follow tutorial.

    One question I get asked a lot when I’m on the job is: “How do you remove face paint?" It’s pretty simple. Just use a mild soap and warm water with a washcloth. That should do the trick.
    We are proud and excited to announce our brand new Facebook group, the 411 Learning Center! Absolutely free to use, the 411 Learning Center focuses on the basics of face painting. 

    In this post, we'll take an in-depth look at 12 of the best and most important face painting tips and tricks for beginners! Armed with these tips and tricks, you can be on your way to better face painting!

    In this easy to follow tutorial, we'll learn about how to correctly load your brush using the new Kraze FX domed split cakes. 

    Whether you’re a mom who likes to get creative with your kids or a professional face painter, safety and hygiene should always be a top concern. Here are some answers to your most commonly asked questions about face paint safety and hygiene!

    Are you a beginner looking to learn how to face paint? This guide is an introduction to everything you need to get started face painting from face paints, brushes, face paint kits, and everything in between.
    Should you take an online face painting course, study in a classroom, or just teach yourself? Chances are there’s not just one simple answer for every aspiring face painter.
    So you want to be a professional face painter? Making upwards of one hundred dollars an hour may sound like a great way to supplement your income or save for that vacation-of-a-lifetime. You’ve been practicing on yourself, maybe your kids too, and you’re feeling pretty confident that you’re ready to get paid to face paint. Now if you could only get that first face painting job!
    With the following tips you can face paint faster while keeping your cool. As much as face painting is about style, talent, and creativity, it’s also about speed. As a professional face painter you’re expected to paint a certain number of faces within an hour. 
    Marketing advice may seem abstract and difficult to tailor specifically to your face painting business. So in this post I’ll take some common marketing ideas and give you examples of how you can use them to add a few more gigs to your weekend or possibly even double or triple your bookings over time.