White Village Snow Globe Face Paint Design by Francesca Marchitelli

Do you remember when you where sitting next to the fire watching the snow fall all night? Here's a quick tutorial to how to face paint a snow globe village in a few steps.

Snow Globe Face Paint Design

Step 1

Make your base: take a one tone lighter foundation on your face and neck. Use a coral toned blush at the base of your cheeks using a blush brush or your fingers. Add a highlighter to the top outer edge of your cheekbones and cover it with a white glitter gel  using your fingers.

Paint your brows with white face paint  and add some white glitter using your fingers. Start your eye makeup with blue and white eyeshadow (white on the inner lid, light blue on the middle lid and blue on the outer lid). Add a dark blue eyeshadow on the crease and a white mascara.

Step 2

Apply a layer of white face paint on the upper part of the forehead and blend it with blue face paint on the lower part until it covers the entire forehead.
Add some brush strokes of metallic blue to create a magical atmosphere in the sky.

Step 3

Start painting a white line on the lower part of the forehead following the line of the brows and the nose. Using a thin brush, paint in white some trees, a tiny snowman, and the roof of the chalet. Complete the chalet with a dark brown face paint.

Draw a reindeer silhouette in black and complete the design with white scattered snowflakes on the forehead.

Step 4

Draw some detailed snowflakes on your cheekbones with white face paint using a thin brush. Complete your makeup with a coral pink lipstick and a white wig (optional).

Products Used:

Ben Nye Dry Powder Rouge in Coral
Festival Glitter in Snowflake
Cameleon White Face Paint
Ben Nye White Mascara
Cameleon Metallic Blue Face Paint
Fusion Bodyart in Pearl Peacock
TAG Split Cake in Brown
Cameleon Face Paint in Black


Francesca Marchietelli is a professional face painter from Italy. A self-taught artist, Francesca loves the arts, and everything to do with face painting!

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