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Face Painting (Crafts for Children Series) Five Stars
Great photos, and good explanations. Aimed at people who want good results with facepainting. Excellent explanations on blended bases.

 
Face Painting by Patricia Silver Five Stars
Whether it's for Halloween, a party or just for fun, kids can transform themselves into Dr. Frankenstein's monster or a fanciful fairy -- it's easy and safe with face paints and a few simple accessories! Step-by-step instructions, clear illustrations and imaginative tips show kids how to be a * fearless pirate * beautiful butterfly * daffy Dalmatian * roaring lion * scary skeleton * wacky alien ... and more!

The Body Crayon Book Five Stars
These high-quality cosmetic pencils are capable of producing a cleaner, brighter line of color than any others we've seen. They come in red, blue, yellow, green, black, and white. The book itself is packed with tons of inspirational ideas, including a butterfly who'll stay perched on your shoulder forever - or at least until bath-time. For ages 4 and up.

Face Painting by Cheryl Evans & Alistair Smith Five Stars
Face painting can transform people into animals, monsters, clowns and vampires, or decorate their faces with beautiful flowers or exotic scenes. This book gives step-by-step instructions and tips to help even complete beginners achieve impressive results. There are 19 different faces to paint. Clowns, Monsters, Butterflies, Animals, Bats, Vampires, Robots, and many more.

Percy's Fancy Face Paint Party by Annie Kubler Five Stars
Percy tells us about his Fancy Face Paint Party! We're all invited to share in the fun. Percy paints his own face with his Fancy Face Paint crayons in five easy illustrated steps. When Chloe arrives, he paints her face and shows us Chloe the Clown. They paint Bernard's face and 'Bernard Butterfly' creates 'Philip Frog'. Everybody marvels as each new face 'appears' until there are fifteen fine, fancy faces painted.

Starting Face Painting by Usborne Publishing Ltd Five Stars
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Five Minute Faces: Fantastic Face-painting Ideas Five Stars
A guide to creating 30 face-paint designs, including a pirate, a tiger and a butterfly, using simple techniques. It lists the materials needed, provides step-by-step instructions and advises how to make hats and other accessories, and how to set up a face-painting stall at a fund-raising event.

Face Painting Book by the Editors of Klutz Press Four Stars + Half Star
A fully photographic how-to feast on kids face painting. The water based face paints come from Kryolan, manufacturers of the most-respected theatrical makeup in the world. Comes with 6 colors of Kryolan face paints, a brush and a sponge. 63 pages. Book size: 9.25 x 9.5 inches. Published by Klutz. Winner of the Parents' Choice Award.

Snazaroo Zoo by Janis Bullis Four Stars
A well-photographed book which contains detailed, step-by-step face painting instructions for 18 different animals, including mammals and a turtle, owl, vampire bat and even a stegosaurus! It provides face paint hints and contains costume instructions for each animal and general information regarding transferring basic patterns and sewing.

The Face Painting Book of Butterflies by Marcela Murad & Friends Four Stars
The Face Painting Book of Butterflies is a face painter's guide to creating colorful, eye catching butterfly designs on children and adults. This book features over 35 butterflies with step by step instruction and dozens of tips and techniques to spark your creativity.

The Usborne Book of Face Painting Kid Kit with Other and Paint Brush and Paint Pots and Stencils by Chris Caudron & Caro Childs Three Stars + Half Star
From the beginner to the advanced face painter, this book has an excellent variety of face designs. It's very well laid out and the graphics and pictures are very clear and well done.

The Usborne Book of Face Painting by Chris Caudron, Caro Childs & Cheryl Evans Three Stars + Half Star
Face painting is dramatic, creative and lots of fun. The easy to follow step-by-step instructions and helpful technique tips, mean that even complete beginners have pleasing results. Learn how to transform people into animals, monsters and clowns, or to decorate faces with flowers, exotic scenes or stylish designs matching their clothes.

Disney's Face-Painting and Costume Book by Douglas Love Three Stars
With Disney's Face-Painting and Costume Book, children can transform themselves into Simba, a Dalmatian puppy, Cinderella, Ariel, or one of twelve other favorite Disney characters. All it takes is a little imagination, some materials, and this book. This book is perfect for Halloween, birthday parties, or just a rainy afternoon.

Decorate Yourself by Tom Andrich Three Stars
Paint your face like a lion and roar with delight. Stencil a daisy on your arm for summer fun. With help, any youngster can turn into a pirate, princess, or calico cat. Adorn a shoulder with a galloping zebra or tickle some toenails with a tropical scene. All the techniques from face painting to henna tattooing are described in detail and accompanied by color photos illustrating the before, during, and after of the process

Decorate Yourself by Tom Andrich Three Stars
Paint your face like a lion and roar with delight. Stencil a daisy on your arm for summer fun. With help, any youngster can turn into a pirate, princess, or calico cat. Adorn a shoulder with a galloping zebra or tickle some toenails with a tropical scene. All the techniques from face painting to henna tattooing are described in detail and accompanied by color photos illustrating the before, during, and after of the process

Face Painting Keepsake by Running Press Three Stars
"Face Painting" is the first arts activity in their popular Keepsake series for girls age 6 though 10. It includes a set of washable face paints with brush, plus a 24-page book full of decorative techniques, with background on the rituals of face painting in cultures around the world. A terrific activity for a birthday party or sleepover, this new Keepsake is an ideal way for expressive preteens to explore their creativity.

Face Painting by Thomasina Smith Three Stars
25 fantastic disguises to transform yourself into the zaniest characters. How to turn into an alien, paint on your soccer jersey and become a birthday present. Ideal for 8 to 12 year olds, with simple projects for beginners and more challenging projects for older kids. More than 250 full-color photographs show you what to do every step of the way.

Disney's Face-Painting & Costume Kit Three Stars
By using a little imagination, a few common household items, and the contents of this package, children can transform themselves into any one of 15 favorite Disney characters. Vivid color photos and simple step-by-step instructions show parents and children how easy it is to paint stunning faces and create remarkable costumes, with no sewing required. Includes six water-based, nontoxic paints

The Face Painting Book of Cats by Marcela Murad Three Stars
The Face Painting Book of Cats is an inspirational book overflowing with creative and unique Cat Face Painting designs. This book features over 20 Step by Step Cat designs and cat designs contributed by some of the world's best Face and Body Painters.

 

 

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Starting Face Painting by Fiona Watt & Caro Childs Five Stars
Starting Face Painting is a lively, practical introduction for beginners. It covers everything you need to know to be able to create amazing faces, such as a shark which bites when you open your mouth, a sinister ice king, a beautiful Eastern princess, a whacky space cop, a fearsome wild cat or a jolly pirate. Simple steps show you exactly what you have to do and the delightful photographs will encourage you.

The Most Excellent Book of Face Painting Five Stars
Margaret Lincoln provides a history of face painting and stresses proper materials. A star indicates required materials, a checkmark offers hints on how to perfect your technique and design skills, suggestions on sponge or brush techniques, directions and illustrations for a variety of faces such as animals, aliens, and supernatural figures. While the text is readable and understandable by elementary age children, it would serve best as a parent guide for face painting.

Put on a Happy Face by Marcela Murad Five Stars
The simple explanations and many full color illustrations in Put on a Happy Face can be utilized by face painters working at any level, from parents at birthday parties, to teachers overseeing Halloween and other events in schools, to professional clowns at festivals, fairs and conventions. These techniques were developed by Mama Clown over the years of her very successful career as a clown, and now they are available in this handy volume.

The Usborne Book of Face Painting by Chris Chaudron & Caro Childs Three Stars + Half Star
Face painting is dramatic, creative and lots of fun. The easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and helpful technique tips in this book mean that even complete beginners can be pleased with their results. There are over 40 faces, including vampiress, Japanese doll faces, a wicked reptile & colorful butterfly faces. We would recommend this face painting book to anyone young or old that needs hints or help in the how-to's of face painting

The Usborne Book of Dressing Up by Cheryl Evans Three Stars + Half Star
A compilation of three separate titles from the How To Make Series, Face Painting, Masks and Fancy Dress. Step-by-step instructions outline simple things to make and do. All projects require minimal supervision with shopping lists to show what is needed for each project

Fantastic Fun Face Painting by Sherrill Leathem Three Stars
Paint a lion's face on a girl and hear her roar. Or make a boy a clown and watch him put on a show. Even adults will love transforming into a butterfly, monster or werewolf. Full-color photos and tips on working with each person's bone structure.

Outrageously Fabulous Face Painting & Disguises Three Stars
Designed for 8-12 year olds and featuring over 250 colour photographs showing what to do every step of the way. Starting with simple projects and progressing upwards. It includes fantastic disguises to transform you into a zany character such as a space alien, scary vampire or marauding pirate. There are 25 masks to make, including a Japanese theatre mask, a Spanish giant and a skeleton that glows in the dark.

Fantastic Faces Three Stars
This contains a host of fabulous face-painting ideas from Harlequin, zebra, tropical bird, monster, demon, to robots. Using simple theatrical makeup techniques and dazzling body-painting designs, you can create a world of fantasy characters. Includes easy techniques for over 40 designs demonstrated in full-color photos.

50 Nifty Ways to Paint Your Face by Lucy Monroe Three Stars
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Super Masks and Fun Face Painting by Teddy Cameron Long Two Stars
Make scary and funny faces and monster and clown masks. They're easy to make and there are over 50 to choose from. Work with cardboard, papier mache, cloth, wood, and water-based paints of every shade of the rainbow. Start with a werewolf mask and ladybug face; then make a space-helmet mask and teddy-bear face, and over 46 more!

Face Painting by Jacqueline Russon Two Stars
Face Painting shows how to paint faces like a teddy bear, a funny bunny, a striped cat, and a mermaid. Most projects will require adult assistance, particularly those that utilize a blending technique that's too sophisticated for children. The colorful illustrations and photographs give these books plenty of appeal. However, the oversimplified instructions belie the complexity involved in some of the projects.

Fun With Face Painting by Petra Boase Two Stars
This book's focus is creating costumes and props to go along with a concept. It provides 50 ideas and includes face painting instructions to transform the wearer into a fantasy figures such as an angel, princess, a panda, lion, tiger, ghosts, ghouls for Halloween, or your own custom-made superhero outfit. The costumes are easy to make and the make-up designs are all clearly illustrated to guide you through each stage.

Face Painting by Cheryl Evans
Clowns, Monsters, Butterflies, Animals, Bats, Vampires, Robots and Many More.

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