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What says 'Merry Christmas' more than a Christmas tree? Face painter, Kathleen Wright demonstrates how to apply a festive ...
Christmas tree design using face paint.
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How to Face Paint a Christmas Tree Tattoo
On behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm Kathleen Wright. I'm a face painter with HennaParties.com. In this clip, I'm going to show you how you can do a Christmas tree. You can also do a snowman on the feet, on the arm too as well as I did on the face. You can interchange any of this Christmas design. I'm going to do a quick tree using the flat brush. I'm going to do a pretty nice tree, a little basic. You can practice on paper first if you want.
I'm not going to color this in but you can color it in very easily. And what you can do now is just do a little bit of ornaments, do different colors. You can use blue or green whatever you want and balls in and around there. And you can get a cute star. I'm just going to add a little more accent to the tree. I'm going to do little white strokes here and it’s like a flock tree. You can do another pretty much the white, the red and the green. You can make anything all pretty Christmas tree, and just a little bit of star there. I'm going to pour a little bit of glitter. And there's our flock Christmas tree.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm Kathleen Wright. Thanks for watching today.