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How-to: Halloween Face Painting for Kids

If you're looking for a way to create a cool Halloween look for your child, follow these step-by-step instructions for a pretty pink kitty or a scary skull! These ideas and photos are from Peggy Hernandez, artist and owner of PegFX in Allen Park, Michigan.

Both looks require Snazaroo face paint, a 2- to 3- inch synthetic sponge, a container or sprizter bottle of water and a Loew Cornell #6 round art brush. For the kitten, choose pink, white and black Snazaroo paint, and for the skull, stick with black and white Snazaroo paint.

Sep 28, 2010 12:32 pm
 Posted by  TopCop

Peggy Hernandez and staff of PegFx are wonderful to work with and extremely professional! We were extremely satisfied and would highly recommend for any fun occassion!

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