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his is another article in my advanced series, where I demonstrate some simple techniques in making your female miniatures look feminine. I will cover some basic concepts in achieving female skin tones, and I will go into great detail on how to apply make-up, and proper feminine looking eyebrows to your women on the battlefield. With a few simple steps, you can add that extra touch to push your female models over the top, and get them to look their best on the battlefield, as well as the runway! I mean, what female warrior wouldn’t want to look her best when confronting her foes? Right??
I’ll be covering white/Caucasion human/demi-human faces and make-up only in this article, and other skin colours will covered in a future article(s). I’ll touch briefly on these skin types, but the colours I use for make-up are best suited for white/Caucasian skin types. I will demonstrate which colours are best to use, and how to apply subtle make-up, as you want female warriors to look good, but not like Ladies of the Night. These techniques are rather simple, and completed in a few easy steps.