Hello Everyone!Here is my first blog entry for The Face Painting Shop and I am delighted to have been asked to be here!I thought I would start with a quick review of some brushes which I have noticed people on facebook groups asking about! The Loew Cornell Flora Brush: No. 10, Loew Cornell dagger Brush: 1/4 inch and the Loew Cornell double filbert brush: No. 8..
Pumpkin MaskProduct List:Superstar Matt BlueSuperstar SkyBlueSuperstar WhiteSuperstar BlackTag Frangipani One StrokeGlobal Amazon FunStrokeFacePaintingShop No2 Round BrushSpongeHot Wing 8005 Leaf Stencil Step 1The base is not a necessary addition but it really brings out the colour of the mask and the contrast of the blu..
Introducing The amazing Nicola White as another of our resident step by step bloggers. Hi everyone, I'm Nicola. Well, my very first experience of face painting was 10 years ago when I worked in Fuerteventura as a children’s entertainer. We were given a basic Snazaroo kit, a book of fast faces and told to charge 3 Euros per face. I have always been fairly good at art but fa..
For my next Tutorial I have created a skull. Personally I find it easier to get the shape of the skull down first to make sure it's in proportion and equal. So I fill in my shaded areas first using Global Silver and Wolfe Black.
We are fast approaching that time of year where face painters get booked up for private Hallowe'en parties or asked to create outstanding individual designs on avid trick-or-treaters. Hallowe'en has come a long way in the past 20 years and is no longer just a washing up bowl for the bobbing apples and a witch outfit. It's big business and the face paint is no longer an ..
Our new resident blogger - Charlotte GardenerWe are super excited to introduce to you our new residnet blogger Charlotte Gardener, Charlotte will be producing detailed step by step designs for us all to try out, we would love to see your take on these amazing face painting designs, so please share them with us either on our Facebook page or by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you use Tumblr for blogging? Its a awsome - its FREE and its easy to use. You can now download the app on any smart phone, tablet or conect through your desktop.Its easy to use features include key word hash tagging, easy to upload photos, and also easy to post links. You can easily add a link to your website too - therefore adding more content to your website and in turn..