• Use a medium pointed brush, this will creates a great petal shape.
• Dip your pointed brush in to a pot of fresh clean water.
• Spray your face paints lightly with a water spray.
This will prevent you using the same pot of water and brush to wet the paints which will lead to your paints getting mixed up, messy and unhygienic.
• Completely cover your pointed brush in the white paint., achieving a thick full paint brush of paint. This will mean that you will have enough paint on the brush to paint many petal shapes.
• Then dip just the tip in the pink paint using a circular motion.
• Using your arms as a tester, dab your brush from point to flat slightly pulling your brush backward to create your petals.
(This may need practice if a beginner.) By testing the paint a couple of petal shapes before applying the brush to the child will ensure quality as you will find that the first few dabs will remove any clumps of paint.
• Create your petal shapes in the design you require. Experiment with designs and practice getting your flower petals full and crisp.
• Then using a thin fine brush.
• Dip the tip into the white paint.
• Create your detail, you can experiment with dots a lines.
• Using the same fine brush clean your brush then completely cover the fine brush in the metallic green paint.
• Again test the lines are crisp and full. If you find your lines are wispy apply more paint to the brush.
Level : Moderate
Level : Moderate
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