Thursday, October 10, 2013
Nudecentric Briefs: Halloween Body Painting
The only reason for a gay naturist/nudist to own a pair of briefs is to take them off!
Halloween Body Art
The Halloween season is once again almost here, the time of year for ghosts, goblins, ghouls and super-heroes, among others. It's also a favorite time of year for parties, especially themed, for costumes and disguises. Queer naturists/nudists, like the rest of the population, love these social gatherings the same as everyone else.
Instead of cumbersome and awkward costumes, body painting is an option to experience the seasonal festivities and avoid the problems and burdens of navigating around others and not destroying a Halloween costume.
There are a variety of mediums available for body art. Two important thoughts in selecting what is right for you are non-toxic: check to make sure whatever product you use is free from harmful contents, and irritability: always test on a small area of the skin beforehand to ensure that there is no reaction on the skin surface.
Below is a list of steps before and while applying body art materials.
1. Prior to using any medium, evenly apply absorbent moisturizer to skin.
2. Allow at least one hour for skin to completely absorb moisturizer.
3. Do not apply any medium to greasy skin: it will smear.
4. Apply under evenly distributed lighting.
5. Allow ample time for application: it is a tedious process.
6. Visualize or diagram the desired design or pattern.
7. Keep in mind the finished image may not reflect the design.
8. Apply slowly and evenly using well executed movements.
9. If absolute symmetry is desired, enlist the help of a friend.
10. Most mediums are water-based and soluble. Any moisture, including perspiration, may cause running or smearing. Use a fan, if available.
Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!