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We are going to create a tutorial for painting a black eye. The materials needed are dark red, purple, and brown face paint. You will also need to use...
The very first step in painting a black eye is to apply the red face paint to the area of your skin where the point of contact will be.
the next step is to blend the paint into the skin more and then add the translucent powder, so it starts to settle.
Now to darken the bruise, add a little bit of the dark brown paint, so it starts to look a little bit more realistic. It will now start to look more l...
Now add some purple paint because that is the color of a bruise. That will give it the effect of the punch to the eye coming to life and a more real f...
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