Winged Queen

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Winged Queen Face Paint

This easy, quick step face paint design will have you casting spells over your clients. Personally, I love Maleficent, she is my favorite villain. She was the inspiration for this design and I am happy to share it with you.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  1. Paradise Silver
  2. Paradise Black
  3. Small Filbert Brush
  4. #4 Round Brush

The Application:

Winged Queen Face Paint

Load your Small Filbert brush with Paradise Silver and paint in your wing shapes on the eyebrows and down the sides of the face as pictured.

Winged Queen Face Paint

Load your #4 Round Brush with Paradise Black and paint in the horns in the middle of the design. Extend the horns down into a V shape. From here you will paint in the wing feathers and shadows.

Winged Queen Face Paint

Continuing with Paradise Black, add small dots from the inside and outside corner of each eye.  Load your #4 Round Brush with Paradise Silver and add highlights to the horns, the top of the wings and down the sides.

Winged Queen Face Paint

Load your #4 Round Brush with Paradise Black and outline the silver wing area.

Winged Queen Face Paint

And you’re done!

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Until then… live, love, paint!

Stacey Perry is the owner of and primary face painter for Peekaboo Faces located in Lafayette, Louisiana. Stacey also blogs for

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