Mardi Gras is almost here make an entrance at any Mardi Gras event as an outrageous, one-of-a-kind Carnival character!
When one thinks of Mardi Gras, the beautiful and sometimes outrageous costumes and masks come to mind. Not to mention the full on party in the Streets of New Orleans and or local pubs in South Jersey, Philadelphia and Delaware. The colors, flare, sparkles and glitz. Do you need help getting into the Mardi Gras spirit? Mardi Gras French for Fat Tuesday. The idea on Fat Tuesday in New Orleans is to wear a mask or costume. It is part of the fun and festivities that make Mardi Gras such an unusual holiday. At Carnival, being over-the-top is encouraged, so go wild with your unique character in feather boas, beads, bedazzled face makeup, and all that jazz. You will fit right in with the crazy parade-goers! Then get ready to be instagrammed – everyone will want a pic with the life of the party! Masks are not your thing? Might I suggest airbrush face painting? You could buy a plastic mask….but face paint is so much more comfortable you will forget your face is even painted. An airbrush face painted Mardi Gras mask can express your inner secretive personality of your alter ego. Purple=Justice, Gold=Power and Green=Faith are the three colors woven through many of the costumes and floats seen during Mardi Gras, of course the colors are not limited to just these three. Let’s see what creative mask we can create together. Linda from Wild Flower Artist can create a unique character who’s gold, green and purple all over! Earn your “bead throws” as a French quarter diva in an over-the-top outfit. Face painting is a Mardi Gras tradition. Are you a bartender and want to be Mask-free? No better item to wear than a face painted Mardi Gras mask. Gold, purple, and green masks embody the colors, the spirit, the pride, and the true feeling of Mardi Gras Linda can create an airbrush face painted mask using feathers, sequins, gems and glitter. Lead the carnival parade or pub crawl as the king and queen of Mardi Gras how about a Spooky Voodoo Priest, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, put the mask in Masquerade! Call Linda 267-252-9530 today to book a private appointment. Mardi Gras Face Painting Artist, Masquerade Mask Artist
Author: Linda WFA.
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