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This year at the burn (and in my life) was the first time I've used full face make-up. I actually shaved my entire head and beard skin-bald out on the playa and then completely covered my head in white clown make up one night, and all blue body-type paint the next. Compared to masks/helmets/hats that I've made in previous years, this is a lot easier to deal with. It felt as though I had nothing on.
It comes off very easily with just water if you buy the pro-stuff from a costume shop.
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I was browsing around at Michael's Art Supply in Oakland and found some very affordable black light face/body paint. it was easy to apply, came off easily with baby wipes and looked great! Highly recommended.
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I have always thought that some small stencils would really expediate face & body painting & give you that detail that so many have trouble sitting still for.
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PetsUntilEaten wrote:I have always thought that some small stencils would really expediate face & body painting & give you that detail that so many have trouble sitting still for.
I wonder if you could use those paper stencils that mehndi artists use. That might be worth an experiment.
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