Sparkling Faces Practice Board - Julia

Sparkling Faces


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Sparkling Faces Practice Boards designed by Svetlana Keller, are colored makeup templates for face painters to try out designs or to practice and perfect their strokes. Great for beginners as well as experts to try out designs at any convenient time, at low cost, without requiring a live model. Reusable practice boards are easily portable and can be used to paint designs, take photos for an online menu or scan and print out for showing customers and then washed off, ready for next use.

Sparkling Faces Practice Board - Julia shows a cute braided hair girl face. Board is perfect for practicing full face designs, eye designs, cheek art designs as well as to try out designs with stencils. Comes in A4 size - 8.27" x 11.69".

Sparkling Faces Practice Boards are slightly textured, that avoids slipping of brushes (a common problem with normally smooth plastic sheets), yet enabling easy and even gliding. Designs are printed on the back of transparent plastic sheet.

Wash the board with a detergent before first use. Paint on the plastic side of the board. After each use, remove the makeup or face paint by gently scrubbing off the paint using detergent water and a soft sponge. Avoid scratching the back of the boards. Stubborn stains developed overtime can be removed by using magic eraser or sunflower oil.

We're sorry, but Face Paints, Makeup or Makeup Brushes may NOT BE returned due to health reasons.


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Karla Johnson
Great product

I really love these boards! They're super easy to clean - I used a blue that did leave a little bit of a stain but it came right off with a magic eraser sponge. I love these, and now I don't have to rely on nieces and nephews to practice on :)

Debra Citizen

OMG! The sparkling face practice board is Awesome! I did a very quick design, easy to paint on, paint goes on smooth. I am sold on Fusion bright color paints. Will be ordering more. See photo of quick design, brushes and paints used. I did a video of the cleaning, easy and quick but don’t see a button to add it.