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Zebra Face Painting

This was my first time painting a Zebra-type face painting design and I like how it came out. It is a simple design that I feel I can repeat during the busy vendor events, here in Clovis NM

Face Painitng Pictures From a Recent Birthday Party in Portales NM

Some of these paintings I had never painted before so I love the challenge of making my artistic brain work in an area that is unfamiliar. These kiddos requested minions, bears, scorpions, and more. 

New Look and New Designs!

Hello everyone! I'm excited and I hope you are too!

It has been a while since I've posted on here and noticed I missed A LOT of comments (or at least I think it was a lot) and have finally responded. 

I want to apologize for not being on here for such a long time. 

This year there will be a new slate of designs and a few repeats with a new twist. 

Currently, I am not on any other social platform but am looking into one that I can quickly share from my blog without it taking too much time to complete. When I figure it out, I'll share it with you all. 

I am starting to book Face Painting parties and even if it isn't till months down the road, do contact me to reserve your spot. I'll call a month before and if you have changed your mind, I will simply erase the scheduled date without any penalty :)

Pictures will be uploaded soon when my new merchandise comes in (in about a week to a week and a half).

That's all for now, have a great day!

Face Painting for Birthday Parties!

Thank you for visiting my business blog! Whether you are looking to book me as your face painter or if you are a face painter looking for inspiration, I want to welcome you!

To those who are looking to book a face painter, feel free to contact me.
I will be booking parties and events pretty quickly so be sure to get with me soon.
I have been face painting for events and parties for a little over 3 years. I started when my son was just a few months old and fell in love with this new venture.
If you are wondering how and what I paint, you can see some more pictures in my GALLERY. Now that summer is just about here, I will be adding more pictures to this soon.
The above picture is just something I made for a friend but for my face painting pictures be sure to visit my gallery.

As for fellow face painters looking for inspiration or to start a business as a face painter, feel free to browse my blog and feel free to ask any questions you may have in the comments section. For consultation (help over the phone), I charge a small fee to help you with whatever you're curious about. 
You can email me with the subject title: Face Painting Consultation and I will get back with you,
email: queen of face painting @ gmail (dot) com

Had a great weekend face painting!

This past weekend was fun! Many children and parents were happy with the face paintings and I'm glad I was a part of it!
I have an open schedule as of now, for this weekend. If you're considering booking me but have questions, then feel free to call or text me.

Birthday Party Face Painting

I love painting at birthday parties and will be painting for a little girl this weekend.
The picture below is when I first started face painting and boy have I come a long way!

When I first started my gig, I was using tiny and thin brushes which take a long time to paint a design. They're not as big as most people like them and it is more work than needed.
After watching a few videos and some on field experience, I realized quickly that bigger brushes, simple strokes, and pretty colors make for nicer designs and are not as long to make.

Here I used a sponge of two different colors for the background and then just free-styled from there. Normally, if I had tried this in my early months of painting, I would've used a tiny brush and tried to thicken it as I went or went over repeatedly. 
I do thank God for teaching me and the feedback from friends, family, and haters, lol. But really, all of the feedback makes me think and rethink on how to improve and so that I can continue to strive for perfection. Thanks so much for stopping by and don't forget to subscribe!

Book your Face Painter for 2015!

This past year I kinda-sorta took a break. I was at a point where I didn't know if I wanted to continue face painting and took only a handful of jobs. 
After the break and much prayer, I decided to continue painting as I do love art work. Thank you for your patience as I was in the middle of...well, I'll let you know in a minute. 
Any how, I did paint a little throughout the past year.
I painted a few friend's faces like the "Day of the Dead" painting below.
 She's a beautiful model :)
I also painted for some family and friend's where I came up with my own version of an owl painting I saw online. It wasn't as complicated (at least for me) as the original one I tried painting at Border Town Days- earlier in the year. What do you all think of it?

 I love this Bat painting I did for Halloween. You can't see it too well because of the side view but can kind of in the reflection of the window.
This painting (below) was copied from an online picture and it came out beautiful. I sometimes get nervous painting a new design when I'm copying someone else's idea because I don't know if it will come out as well as theirs. Also, I will try to put the original source in my future posts so in case you're wondering where I get my inspirations from, you'll be in the know how. Plus, to give them (originator) their proper credit due. :)

I was being silly one night and wanted to paint myself...well, don't let it scare you too much...

As the title of the post says, I am taking bookings for this year. I did take a break as I was overwhelmed with the many changes that were happening in my life. I had to take time out to pray and seek direction from the Almighty God. I truly feel He led me to face painting as I never pictured myself doing so. Face painting was always a "That's a professional person's job" idea that I didn't myself as. 
Growing up, I was always asked when someone saw my drawings or other type of artwork, "Are you a professional artist?" I would look at that person with a "Are you crazy?" look and say I wasn't. To be honest, even till this day, I don't see myself as a professional but I do see myself as a talented individual.
So, I hope, with this God-given gift, I will be able to paint a wonderful memory for you and your family for many years to come. 
Thanks for stopping by and hope to hear from you soon!
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