The Westpac Kid Zone at Teneriffe Festival 2012 Brisbane was a total success. Purplena and Daisy from The Face Painting Company face painted hundreds of happy children all day. “The Beautiful Face Painting Fairies were definitely the most popular attraction at the festival. It was the best face painting we have ever seen, and so quick!” Event Coordinator Jackie commented.
This was her second visit to the kids at Radio Lollipop and was a special one at that. Purplena knows the power of art and a positive attitude can have and tries to create a joyful atmosphere everywhere she goes. In the studio Purplena painted batman, flowers, and butterflies on faces, hands and arms. She also took a fairy flight around the ward to see the bedridden children to paint some beauty on them. Little Tegan in the photograph was so excited to have her face painted and then be sprinkled with some magic ‘get well fairy dust’.
“I may not be able to change the child’s circumstance,” she explains, “but I know I can give them a positive experience, some joy, happiness and a good memory, despite their circumstances.” That is truly what Purplena does with her beautiful, kind nature with the children and she treats every child as an individual and makes them feel special. Purplena also paints at Dreamworld, birthday parties, other hospitals and for other organisations.
Milana Tornatore. Internationally trained face and body painting. When the promoters for the Stefan Hair Awards 2012 wanted outstanding body painting to showcase at their Awards Spectacular Gala Event, they knew the only person for this high profile and extremely prestigious event, was Milana Tornatore from The Face Painting Company. Milana is known for her super fast and outstanding application techniques. Held at the Brisbane Convention Centre, The Stefan Awards 2012 played host to celebrities including X Factor Winner Reece Mastin, and Campbell Newman. Models supplied by Tamblyn Models.
The Burrito Bar threw a huge Dia De Los Muertos party for their VIP customers on Thursday the 3rd of November at the restaurant’s Rosalie store. Guests tried their hand at decorating traditional sugar skulls with colourful icing and had their faces painted by the extremely talented and award winning artist Milana from The Face Painting Company all the whilst a three piece Mariachi band worked the venue into a frenzy adding a festive vibe to the evening.