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Australia's Largest Face Paint Warehouse! - Voted No.1 for Service & Pricing!



1/1 Sherwood Court Wantirna South VIC

Open Monday to Saturday


How to learn to face paint

How to learn to face paint

Are you interested in learning how to face paint but not sure where to start? Don't worry, you're not alone! Face painting can be a fun and creative hobby to pick up, and with the right guidance, you'll be on your way to creating amazing designs in no time.

1. Just start! 

The first step in learning how to face paint is to just start! Invest in reputable face painting products and make sure to purchase them from a trusted seller like The Face Paint Shop. Quality products will make a big difference in the outcome of your designs. Get a beginners kit like our TFPS Beginners Kit and play around with the colours. 

2. Beginner book

Consider getting a beginner's guide to face painting. These books often provide step-by-step instructions, tips, and tricks to help you improve your skills. It's a great resource to have on hand as you start your face painting journey. We recommend the Beginners Face Paint Book by Chantal the Fairy. 

3. Workshops in person

Attending face painting workshops in person can be a great way to learn from experienced artists. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions, receive feedback, and practice your skills in a supportive environment. Check our workshops page for upcoming workshops. 

4. Workshops online

If attending workshops in person isn't feasible for you, consider taking online face painting workshops. We offer virtual classes where you can learn from the comfort of your own home. This is a convenient option for those with busy schedules or limited access to in-person workshops.

5. Youtube videos

Youtube is a treasure trove of face painting tutorials and tips. Search for videos from experienced face painters and watch them to learn new techniques. You can pause, rewind, and rewatch as many times as you need to fully grasp the concepts being taught. Be sure to follow The Face Paint Shop youtube channel!

6. Practice

As with any skill, practice is key to improving your face painting abilities. Set aside time regularly to practice different designs, experiment with colors, and refine your techniques. The more you practice, the more confident you'll become in your abilities.

Remember, learning how to face paint is a journey, so be patient with yourself and enjoy the process. With dedication and practice, you'll soon be creating beautiful face painting designs that will impress everyone around you!


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