Show mom how much you care without having to show her every day for the rest of your life with a permanent version! 😉
I had a crazy day at the Harry Buffalo today, but thanks to the amazing weather and all of the fun people out celebrating it was a fantastic holiday! Here are a few of the pics I got before my camera battery died. (whoops!)
I had such a fantastic time on the Good Company Show today! I would like to thank Michael Cardamone for being such a good sport and letting me paint him live on air. I think he’s hooked. 😉
For those of you who missed the show live, please take a few minutes to watch the video online at the WKYC website. Click Here to see my segment, and feel free to share it with friends!
Here are photos of the paintings from todays show, and if you are going to be out downtown this Thursday celebrating the green, you can come get painted in one of these great designs by me at the Harry Buffalo! I will be there at 9:30am, until… well until I drop from exhaustion! I hope to see you there!
And just for fun, here are a few more St. Patricks Day face paintings that didn’t make it onto todays show…
Thanks for watching, and have a great St. Patricks Day!
Hello again my face painting fans! I hope you were able to tune in to Channel 3 this morning for the Good Company show. If not you’re in luck… my segment is up on wkyc.com! Overall I’m pretty happy with how the show turned out, and I’d love to hear your thoughts as well. As soon as I have a copy of the video I will post it here. To see the show go to: Amanda’s Elaborate Eyes on WKYC Good Company
I was a bit rushed with the on-air paintings, so here is a better look at the winter designs:
Well I’ve been a busy painter lately, and can’t wait to show you some of what I’ve been doing. I had the great fortune to spend last weekend at the Fabbulas Face & Body art convention. It was 4 days of painting and laughing with some close friends, and we had a blast! I took classes with some of the top painters in the world, and learned a TON! Here are a few photos of the paintings I did while at convention. I’m excited to use alot of my new skills and designs at your next party!
And last but not least… my first body paint! The theme was “innocence”, and what was really fun was the baby’s face changed shape and expression when the model moved different ways!
These are just a few of the new designs I learned at convention, and hopefully I’ll get to test out some more soon and take pictures.
I am also now offering GLITTER TATTOOS! Pictures coming soon!
One of the Halloween jobs I had this year was to paint a group of people going to a Masquerade Ball. These are their hand painted masks…
Since it is officially Halloween (personally my favorite holiday to prepare for!), I’m going to post some pretty creepy paint jobs! This is the first year I decided to be something scary for Halloween, which was quite a switch for me. Plus this was the first time I’ve ever worked with special effect products with my face painting. If your a bit queasy seeing gory type costumes I suggest you stop now, because the two zombies you are about to see are pretty fantastic! I’ll also post the “before/beginning stages” pictures as well so you can see how the transformation happened. Enjoy!
Don’t worry… no actual living or dead people were harmed in the making of these costumes. In fact the saddest part is that I’ll have to wait a whole year to have an excuse to do it again! Happy Halloween!!!
Here are some Halloween inspired designs… maybe they’ll help you think of something unique this year!