Riviera Maya Photo of the Day – Sugar Skull Face Painting

Posted October 28, 2013 by Kay Walten in Mexican Art,Mexican Culture,Riviera Maya Photos


We LOVE sugar skull face painting!  It’s easier than you think and you can get as elaborate as your creativity will allow.

Check out this 5 minute tutorial to a really cool Dia de los Muertos look.

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