Step-By-Step Neon Butterfly Face Paint Design

by Philadelphia Tivoli · 12 comments

One of our fans on facebook: Marianne Schminkt (Feestelijk tintje) posted this step by step using the Diamond FX Neon Rainbow Split-Cake we sell here at FacePaintingTips.com, and it’s such a fantastic design that I thought I would share it with everyone on the blog!

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Sunny Jim Tue at 1:25 pm

Very nice . Love the spring color .

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Faces by Christina Wed at 3:11 am

Your how to video’s are so helpful. I do n’t know how I would practice without them. I needed to replace some things in my kit so placed an order with you and am so happy to give you my business from now on. It’s the least I can do to show my appreciation for all the lessons since November. Maybe I will get the pleasure of meeting you at one of your seminars or a face painting convention one day. I will be sure to give you a big, big hug then to show my gratitude.

Sincerely,

Christina
Faces by Christina
Pittsburgh, PA

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Philadelphia Tivoli Thu at 1:56 am

So happy to hear that you’re enjoying our website Christina! Thank you so much!! :-D

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Kathy Rollwage Tue at 2:18 pm

Love the idea of outlining with white. This is especially key when painting those with darker complexions.

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Nancy Lovett Tue at 3:00 pm

What a cute little girl and what lovely spring colors. I will definitely use this butterfly.

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Robin_Uganda Tue at 7:15 pm

Thanks, Phili–this would look great on our African kiddos. We’ll try it as soon as we can get some of that paint!

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Lisa Tue at 10:32 pm

Love the white instead of black on her. Like the rainbow antenna too. I think I would like less white zigzag lines, seems kinda busy.

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Philadelphia Tivoli Tue at 10:57 pm

Fun and colorful design! You guys are right, this kind of design would look fantastic on darker skin, never thought of that!! Thank you Marianne, hope you can do another step-by-step :-)

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jose Wed at 12:38 am

yeah !!! my 2 girls are going to love this one specialy with the black light!!!!

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the daillydiva Mon at 1:25 am

Too cute!! Those bright colors really stand out on the more tan to darker skin tones. Love the white outline too instead using of black all the time. Thanks, can’t wait to order the paint!

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Kris in Alaska Tue at 9:50 am

Cute! So very springy!

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Gillian Wed at 11:12 am

So cute and simple ill for sure try this one!

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