Festival Flower Crown- Easy, Beginners Face Painting Tutorial

Festival Flower Crown- Easy, Beginners Face Painting Tutorial


Today I’m going to show you how to do this festival flower crown only using 3 paints and 1 brush so all you’ll need is a white paint a yellow, a red and a round brush so starting off with a number 4 round brush just drawing a yellow dot the what i’ve don’t is i’ve dipped the very tip of that brush in the red paint and we’re gonna make flowers by just pushing down on an axis, or on a point and pushing down next we’re gonna draw some falling petals again with the same pushing down motion and on the other side…. I put that on a stem to join things up and add flow to the design next we got the red paint and dipped the very tip in the white and were just making ‘sploges’ again, in a round circle these are gonna be our roses I learnt how to do these roses on Marcela’a FABA TV class I think it’s called enchanted garden I love that one, it’s one of my favourites Again with the falling leaves Next we’re gonna do the teardrops on our daisy So your gonna use the white paint and round in a circle all with the teardrops having a single vocal point What I should of done here instead of having the red, I should of highlighted the roses but we’ve kind of done it backwards so if you are recreating this design highlight the roses first before you put the red on but when you do have the red on the brush we’re gonna add some more of those flowers to the top and some more of the falling petals Here we’ve just got plain red paint were just adding some details in just some dots and outlining the rest of that daisy You could leave this bit out, it’s entirely optional Next we’re highlighting the top of the roses with some white paint and adding some falling dots Remember to vary the sizes of your dots to add interest and again falling dots down the side just to tie in the whole design and some white in the middle of the daisy and that’s it guys thats the speedy design finished I hope you liked it again really easy with minimal products Here’s the finished result in some pictures I really like this one

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