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Applying glitter to your face painting will really make the design sparkle. Kathleen Wright shares a great tip on how to ...
easily apply the glitter.
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How to Use Glitter in Face Painting
On behalf of tvlesson.com, I'm Kathleen Wright. I'm a face painter with hennaparties.com. In this clip, I'm going to talk about real basic glitter stuff which would pertain to any kind of face paint or body paint. Sometimes people can find loose glitter like this. Make sure its non-toxic. And then I can't figure out how to get it on. You can blow it on. If you cannot, find any other way. You can get a little bit in your hand like this. Paul, close your eyes. And you can try to blow it on like so.
Then what I found is I found these bottles with little holes and you can get them at beauty supplies or other places. And when you get your loose glitter and you don’t know how to get it on, you empty the loose glitter into one of these bottles and you can get this much smaller too. And then this really just put the glitter on perfectly. Paul, close your eyes again. I've already painted Paul.
You can also—when you're using these bottles you just really just press and it gets the glitter on just perfectly. Close your eyes. So that way you're not really wasting a lot. You're just putting a little pressure and it kind of just gets it right where you want. And just make sure that it has a good enough whole. And that’s really the trick of getting the glitter on for me. I found this to be the easiest.
On behalf of tvlesson.com, I'm Kathleen Wright. Thanks for watching today.