a paintlike substance used for decorating the face
They have the tattoos, the face paint, and the tattered clothes, and they hold the door for people and say “thank you.”
Lunch with Peter Kaplan—a ritual as stylized as Kabuki, minus the face paint.
Rainbow occurs also as a design on women's wooden dice, and as a face paint.
She concealed from him that she used a lip-stick and face paint.
Most of the aliens about the room wore some variation of the same bandage dress, face paint, and turban.
face paint and powder make the skin look worse, for they hinder perspiration.
"Coyote teeth" appears as a face paint—a cross-barred line—in Handbook, figure 61,b.
Palettes for face paint have also been found in many early Egyptian graves.
His face paint was confined to a conservative set of bars on each cheek, those a stark black and white.