Convention

Pretty Princess Faces:

You will learn Split cakes and one-stroking for speedy crowns, elaborate jewel crowns , Shading and highlighting secrets to enhance the face, Bling! Where to buy it, how to organize it, ,—– and many ways to use it! ,Glitters and safe adhesives.

Day of the Dead Face Painting:

From the beautiful elaborate designs used for special events, to the fast and quick faces you can do at Advanced Face Painting Class parties. How to break down the various aspects of the Day of the Dead designs into hundreds of great designs. Find out the tricks of applying the white background flawlessly.

Glamour Faces:

Elegant Glamorous and EASY Faces for Proms, Raves and Balls: How to accent the face for elegant looks. Also, using stencils and jewels for fast wow factors.

5 thoughts on “Convention

  1. I have not been to a Face painting convention, So please tell me are the classes included in the convention fee or are they seperate?
    Are my only expenses: Registration, Hotel and meals?

    Thanks

    1. Dear Robin,

      All convention classes are included in the pricing except pre-classes and post-classes that require a separate registration. This includes four days of classes and fun for the early bird registration price of only $250.00 and balloon tract only price of $150.00! You must register before March 31 to get the special deal. Our great hotel rate of only $81.00 includes FREE airport shuttle, FREE breakfast buffet, FREE wi-fi, FREE parking an FREE fitness center. There is also a TGI Friday’s inside the hotel which has great food at great prices. We are dedicated to providing an affordable convention that meets your every need.

  2. I attended the last Orlando, FL FABA Convention and loved it. Looking forward to having this convention closer to home. I’ll be able to drive there and I have several new face painting friends that are considering it as well. I notice that you do not have instructors or schedules yet. When do you anticipate them being completed. I plan to get my registration in by March 31st but would love to know more details first. Thank you! Donna

  3. I’m interested in the upcoming convention … and I understand the deadline for early birds is March 31 … however, you do not list the pre- post- or convention class schedules … without knowing what you offer … doesn’t matter what your “hype” is about everything else you stated in response to Robin’s query above … my reason for attending is primarily for those above-listed classes and, of course, the instructors … Can you respond with those details … or have you not formalized them yet … until or unless that info is posted … attendance is moot …

    1. Dear Sandra Jean,

      Our pre and post classes have not been finalized yet. The teachers have all been sent the request for what classes they would like to offer for pre and post classes but all the responses are not in yet. I will try and put up the ones that have responded so you can see a partial list at this point in time. The convention class schedule is usually complete and published four to six weeks before the event.

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