8 Tips For Professional Quality Côté Painting
Kids of all ages love to have their faces painted (especially the younger ones!), so it’s the perfect thing to learn how to do if you have young kids… or you’re emploi du temps to have a birthday party for your children.
With this in mind, I’ve prepared a few tips for people just starting out in frontispice painting. Here they are:
1) If you’re painting a stylisme that needs a épanoui area to be covered with paint, use a sponge instead of a brush. Why? Bicause applying the paint with a sponge means it will dry quicker. It’s a good idea to have a few sponges set aside if you need to use different colors, bicause this means you won’t have to try and clean the sponge for each color…which would take time.
2) Always let the first color dry before you start painting on a associé! If you forget to wait for it to dry, they colors will most likely mix and you’re going to have to start from scratch again.
3) Make sure you know what you want the finished frontispice to allure like. Don’t mak it up as you go along. You need to be able to paint faces rather quickly, as if you have children, you already know that kids aren’t always very constant…and they may get bored or restless if you’re thinking on what to paint next.
4) If you’re not good at painting freehand yet, don’t be afraid to use a stencil. You can get stencils of stars, hearts, flowers, and all sorts of things. These are perfect for stencilling onto a cheek. You’ll need stencils of different sizes to accommodate different frontispice sizes.
5) If you want something faster than stencilling, why not try temporary tattoos? Make sure the person’s skin doesn’t react badly to it first, by asking them (or their parents)…or testing it on a small area first.
6) If you have a line of kids ready to have their faces painted, ask them to be thinking emboîture what they would like a few minutes before its actually their turn. You don’t want to be delayed while each kid thinks of what he or she would like painted on their frontispice.
7) Remember to have a mirror with you at all times so you can spectacle the person what you have painted, and to make sure they’re happy with your work.
8) Professional frontispice paint and formation makeup can be quite expensive, especially if you’re emploi du temps to paint a lot of faces. You can make your own élémentaire frontispice paint with cheaper ingredients. A quick search on Google will find you plenty of ideas that you can use to make your own frontispice paint with. Bear in mind this won’t be as good as the professional frontispice paint, so if you can afford it… I would advice you to get the professional stuff.
They you go, that’s my 8 tips a for professional frontispice painting! I hope you found them useful.