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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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This Frozen 2 Anna face paint mask is super cute and will be a super popular option for all face painters! Frozen 2 is coming soon and every facepainter around the world had just started to feel the decline of "I want to be Elsa!!"

Check out these super cute kawaii face paint designs from the Addams Family. With the new movie coming out, Marina shows us how to face paint two Addams Family characters: Morticia and Uncle Fester!

Skulls are usually a popular boy design.This is the one I use on the job for boys and girls,kids or adults,but the difference is only in the stencils that are used.Often I'm asking client what would they want and show them few stencils.So here we have great skull base that will work for everyone. 

Animals are always a great option for face paint, and pretty much everyone can agree that cheetahs are some of the most gorgeous big cats. For this step by step I wanted to try a cheetah face paint design that is roaring with its mouth open. I hope you enjoy!
But there are lots of ways to paint a face that wears glasses. In this tutorial I will share my step by step Tribal Car design, I hope you enjoy!
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!
For this tutorial I wanted to share a cool Timon cheek art design with you - this one is perfect for kids (or adults) who don't want a full face design.
Elements that I chose to use for this design include "footsteps" that Simba has to follow to take what is his and also bright warm colors to simulate the African savanna where the film takes place. 
Summer time is here! Ice cream designs are always fun to paint.Colorful and easy, therefore great for "on the job".This time we'll take a  different approach and take kids' favorite character designs and turn them into cool ice cream designs!
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!
Check out this amazing floral dreamcatcher face paint design by talented face paint artist Helene Rantzau!