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Face Painting Class – Day 2

$300.00 +GST

Face Painting Day 2 – Advanced and One Stroke

Non-refundable, non-transferrable deposit for Class Booking. Your position in the class is not secured until this deposit is received.

  • Duration: 1 Day, 10am – 4pm
  • Equipment: All equipment supplied
  • Instructor: Julie Tattam
  • Prerequisites: Day One, or contact us for exemption based on equivalent industry experience
  • Style: Hands on workshop, everyone paints and gets one-on-one guidance at each step
  • Location: Grays Point Studio – see College Location for more details
  • PLEASE NOTE: Completion of both Day 1 and Day 2 is required to achieve the Certificate of Face Painting qualification
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Who is the Day Two class suitable for?

  1. Ages:
    All ages (adults and high-school students over 16yrs, or 14yrs if attending with a paying parent). This wide range of ages allows families the ability for parents and children to attend a class together (as a “Mum and Me” day out, for example). However, we do also offer adults-only classes where preferred, so please email us for more information.
  2. Experience:
    This class is available to students who have previously attended our Day One class (or can demonstrate equivalent industry experience – please contact us to discuss). The Day One class is often attended in the same weekend (ie. the day before), which attracts a large discount, or you can attend the Day Two class further down the track after completing Day One. Please Note: Completion of both Day 1 and Day 2 is required to achieve the Certificate of Face Painting qualification.
  3. “I have painted before, do I need to start with the Day One class?”:
    If you have dabbled with face painting before, we still recommend you start with the Day One class, unless you are extremely confident with your mastery of the following techniques: teardrops, reverse comma strokes, double-ended commas (tiger stripes), swirls, body adhesives, double-loading, sponging, sponge-blending, split cakes and have a lot of experience using face paint which is NOT LIQUID. Painting with liquid paints is very very different from painting with the professional-quality solid face paint cakes we use in class.