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To be a face painter, you will need a clean and prepared station with all your supplies within reach. Kathleen Wright gives ...
a tour of her face painting setup.
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The Basic Supplies for 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 give you guys a slew essential that you should have before you start. I've been painting whole bunch of kids already, so it’s a little messy on my table here. But depending on what you're doing. It’s really like a general thing for me to have my baby wipes. I usually use plates so I can mix. I just mixed up some brown because I didn’t have brown.
So I added a couple of colors and mixed it up. I have a couple of small cups of water. I have one big cup of water that you're going to clean your brushes. Have your brushes all lined up that you could grab them and be in enough space where you can get to everything. I have your glitter. Have as much as you need. Your sponges and everything ready so you can start.
But keep in mind that if you're going to be doing one kit after another, one person after the other, you going to have a cleaning power supplies to clean up, just in case. So have some good baby wipes around and tissues for sure.
Another idea that I've did just recently is I got all my primary colors on one little pallet that you can purchase somewhere and this is a great way to start because it came with a really good flat brush which is all dirty here.
But I'm going to rinse it out. Make sure that you rinse your brushes out if you can after each person or if you don’t, you want to keep one black, one red, one white. And other than that, you just have to have really supplies. Keep them clean and keep all your basic colors ready.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm Kathleen Wright. Thanks for watching today.