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Paint Your Date: A Paint-and-Sip Body Paint Class
February 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Paint Your Date: A Paint-and-Sip Body Paint Class – Learn to body paint at Paint Your Date! It’s like a paint-and-sip party and your partner’s chest is the canvas.
Get body painted at Paint Your Date!
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What is Paint Your Date?
It’s like a paint-and-sip class, but on a living canvas! Paint a work of art on a partner’s chest while you follow along, step-by-step, with professional body paint artist, Breanna Cooke. Anyone can be your date, so bring your partner, friend, or neighbor, and get painted. Breanna will guide you through each step, so no experience is necessary. You will each take turns being the artist and canvas so everyone gets an opportunity to paint.
Never painted before?! No problem!
This class is for first-time painters, and Breanna will walk you through every step of the process. You’ll follow along as she gives a demonstration for the class. This class will focus on the chest, but if necessary, you can paint on your partner’s back. Women are encouraged to wear a tank top with thin straps or a strapless shirt and men are encouraged to wear a button-down shirt.
All materials for the painting will be provided. The paints are professional-level body paints that are specifically developed for use on skin. When you get home, the paint is easily removed with soap and water.
New Feature: Take your paint palette home!
Each pair of people gets one brand new, Cameleon Body Paint 6-color mini palette to use in class and keep (It’s a $40 value!). These are professional-grade body paints. You can use this paint for Halloween, parties, or for trying out more body painting when you get home.
One ticket includes:
- Admission for 2 people
- Brand new Cameleon 6-color mini body paint palette + paint brush (you get to keep this!)
- All other painting supplies, like stencils, water dishes, paper towels
- Washcloth cleaning kit to take home
- Light refreshments and snacks
- A memorable evening of painting!
What to Wear
1. Women: wear a tank top with thin straps or a strapless top. We will be painting on your décolletage (upper chest and neck). The goal is to give your partner room to paint while also keeping this class family-friendly.
2. Men: wear a button-down shirt. If you have a considerable amount of chest hair, please consider trimming it with clippers or even shaving. It will make it easier for your partner to apply the paint.
3. Please wear clothes that you don’t mind getting a bit of paint on. The paints wash off the skin easily, but some pigments can stain certain fabrics. We do NOT recommend wearing white!
Arrive 15-20 minutes early to get settled and enjoy some snacks.
Minimum enrollment of two (2) tickets (4 people) is necessary for the class to be held. If enrollment isn’t met 48 hours prior to the start of class, you will receive an email from Breanna with next steps. You can receive a refund or have your ticket moved to the next available class.
Breanna Cooke & Anja Yamaji Art Studio
2101 W. Clarendon Dr Suite 200B, Dallas TX, 75208
(We are next door to FGIII Fine Art Productions)
About the Instructor
Breanna Cooke is a Dallas-based artist who is known for her award-winning body paint and costume creations. She regularly paints for photo shoots, special events, and performances. In 2018, she won 1st place at the Texas Body Paint Competition in San Antonio. Breanna loves the transformative nature of body paint and looks forward to sharing it with you.
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What should I wear?
Please wear clothes that you don’t mind getting a bit of paint on. If you choose to paint on your partner’s back, you want something that can be reversed to provide an open back as your canvas. If you choose to paint on your partner’s chest, women should wear a strapless top, or a tank top with thin straps. The goal is to wear whatever fits your comfort level while giving room to paint. We do NOT recommend wearing white!
Will I get paint on my clothes?
Maybe! Remember that this is an art class, so sometimes paint drips when we don’t expect it. Please wear clothing you don’t mind getting paint on. Certain fabrics can get stained by the paint pigments.
How do I remove the paint?
Soap and water will remove the paint. It’s easiest to get in the shower to remove it.
Do we each need a ticket?
No, one (1) ticket covers admission for two people.
What are my parking options?
Street parking is available on the residential streets in front and around the studio. Please do not block our neighbor’s driveways.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. We’ll have a list of attendees there, so no need to print your ticket.
All attendees will be asked to sign an allergy/liability waiver and photo release before participating in this class. You may complete the waiver in advance: Paint Your Date Waiver
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