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How To Face Paint An Avatar

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If you’ve seen the film Avatar you’ll know why it has a large following. You can easily replicate the Avatar look for a Halloween or other costume party. The Avatar face painting is very simple to do and will be a hit at any party you go to.
What you'll need: 
Royal blue face paint
Pale blue face paint
Purple face paint
White face paint
Sponges
Brushes
Face wipes
1: 
Wipe the face clean with face wipes. Dip the sponge in royal blue face paint. Cover the whole face in royal blue paint. Let face dry. Dab some more royal blue paint around the edges of the face. Dab along the bone of the eyebrows and down the nose and on the chin. Blend the edges out well.
2: 
Dip the brush in royal blue paint. Paint the eyebrows with royal blue paint and paint half your eyelids with the same colour.
3: 
Using the royal blue paint, start to paint stripes on your face. Begin from the centre of your forehead to paint the stripes and paint out to the side of your forehead. Once you’ve striped the forehead you can add stripes to the cheeks. The stripes should be thicker on the outer edges. Blend with sponge to give a natural look.
4: 
Dip another brush in purple paint. Paint the lips with purple paint and outline the lips with royal blue paint.
5: 
Dip another brush in white paint. Paint small white dots on the forehead, along the nose and under the eyes and part of the cheekbones.
6: 
Your Avatar face is ready. You can wear an Avatar outfit or accessories to complete your look.
Conclusion: 
The Avatar face painting can be adapted to make it look more feminine or masculine. You can be as decorative as you want with the stripes.
Tips: 
You can paint an eye on each eyelid to give it a really spooky look.
You can add blue body glitter to the face and it will add a sparkling touch to the face.
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