Last Saturday I had a marathon face painting session at the University of Leicester, who were holding a fun day for the families of the Psychology and Medical Science departments. I painted for 5 hours non-stop & managed only a couple of photos, my favourite being this little cutie!
Her lovely mum also sent me the photo below, which I absolutely adore! Love our smiles and love my jaunty banner put up for me by the friendliest, most accommodating event managers I’ve encountered 😁
Such a lovely day, albeit incredibly busy, and the only food I ate for 5 hrs was some freshly made popcorn donated to me by one of the mums! Really lovely people all round, and really grateful to all the mums who kept telling their children to “stand back & give the lady some space” without any prompting from me!😍💜🌈
Just to prove I do paint boys too, here’s the birthday boy from yesterday’s party in Leicester! Absolutely loved face painting this little hulk at his 5th birthday party – such a cutie! Love his little upsidedown badge. Love his little shirt. And I love that you can’t see his neck in the photo so it kind of looks like he’s wearing a mask/ his face is super-imposed! ❤
And here’s me face painting the birthday boy!
Livi Lollipop – available for face painting at birthday parties in Leicester – girls and boys – corporate events, University events eg fresher’s fairs, weddings, nightclubs, markets, fairs, fetes, cafes and many more! Please get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
Always so amazed and so grateful to receive feedback like this!! xo
Livi Lollipop face painted at our daughter’s 4th birthday party last weekend and we would definitely recommend her and book her again. Not only are her face painting and designs fantastic and some of the best and most creative we’ve seen, but she is absolutely wonderful with the children and generally lovely; warm, patient, very professional, enchanting and tons of fun! My daughter, her friends and our family loved meeting her! Thank you so much Livi, you made our little girl’s day!
Love, rainbows and fairy dust,
Gill Ehlers, Muswell Hill, London