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    Browse through hundreds of face painting designs - there's something for everyone! Updated weekly with the newest trends in mind.

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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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    If you are looking for a bright, colorful palette with beautiful color combinations, this is the palette for you! I love this palette.
    Owner of FacePaint.com, Blake Cabot, was joined live on Zoom and Facebook by talented face paint artist Pam Kinneberg who showed us some amazing winter face paint designs! 
    I live in the country and see foxes quite often. I have even had one walk right outside my office window! They are very beautiful animals. I wanted to design a fox that was “Fancy” and worked for a boy or a girl. This design can be altered slightly to work for both! 

    Blake Cabot, the owner of FacePaint.com, is joined by Pam Kinneberg who will show us some Christmas designs made with Kraze FX face paints and stencils!

    Professional face paint artist Pam Kinneberg shows us how to create an adorable koala face paint design! Follow along with Pam to create your own koala design in this easy to follow step by step tutorial.

    Learn how to face paint Maleficent with this easy to follow step by step tutorial. This Maleficent face paint design is great for an adult party, but can also be tailored to children!

    This camouflage mask face paint design combines two elements that are very common to be seen together...just walk into any sporting goods store and you have camo and deer in abundance! Boys will love this mask and it is super easy to paint! 
    The nice thing about these characters is that they are fairly basic shapes and quite easy to paint. Birds, pigs, clouds and flying feathers are what make this mask to the next level!
    I created this cheetah design to be easy, fast and practical. It leaves the mouth area free of paint so that the child can eat without messing up the design (the lipstick is optional).