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Ho To Paint A Simple Butterfly Face

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Transforming your face or a child’s face into a simple butterfly is not hard. You just need a little imagination and let your hands do the rest. This simple butterfly face can be done for birthday parties or any party event.
What you'll need: 
Bright pink face paint
Purple face paint
Yellow face paint
White sparkle face paint
Gold body glitter
Sponges
Brush
Bowl of water
Face wipes
Tissue
1: 
Dip the sponge into the white sparkle face paint. Use white sparkle paint to paint around the eye area. This will give you a sparkle base around the eyes.
2: 
Dip a sponge into pink face paint. Paint wing shapes with pink paint around the eyes using the rounded side of the sponge.
3: 
Dip another sponge into yellow face paint. Paint yellow paint over the eyelids and under the eyes and blend the yellow edges into the pink. Doing this will highlight the centre of the wings.
4: 
Take the brush and dip into purple paint. Outline the wings with purple paint and make small curves on the inside edge of the wing outline.
5: 
Paint purple dots down the centre of the nose, this will look like the body of a butterfly. The dots should start big at the top of the nose and get smaller further down the nose. Paint two curly antennas from the top dot. Wash off the purple paint in the bowl of water and wipe excess water off.
6: 
Dip the brush into gold body glitter. Paint gold glitter teardrops shapes in the middle of the purple dots. Add a few strokes of gold glitter along the wings and some white paint. You can paint the lips purple or pink as well.
7: 
Your butterfly face is now ready and you can wear a butterfly outfit with it.
Conclusion: 
You can be as decorative as you want with your butterfly wings. You can make the wings really swirly if you want.
Tips: 
Make sure your butterfly wings are symmetrical.
You can paint different colours on each side of the wings.

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