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Mega Body Paint Mexico organized an event to celebrate its 5th anniversary and women through art

Mega Body Paint Mexico is celebrating its 5th anniversary with a body painting event in Mexico City!

Mega Body Paint Mexico is formed by artists, models, photographers, and led by Jessica Esquivias. Ther organize an event to Celebrate the Day of Dead every year, where the public can have their body painted by professional makeup artists to celebrate the ancient tradition. 

With an unquestionable entrepreneurial aura, Jessica Esquivias, president of Mega Body Paint México, says that “body art or body paint is a technique that demands the use of living canvases” emphasizing the respect from the makeup artist towards the canvases, the process and, above all, the models.

Jessica shares how Mega Body Paint México started on May 8, 2014, in the celebration of the International Women's Day. “The event took place at the Doctores quarter in the Cuauhtémoc borough, it gathered 96 models and 73 make up artists,” with a focus on the value and the respect for the human body.

Mega Body Paint México is defined as an artistic, cultural and educational family concerned with social causes aiming to erase the ghoulish distortion towards body paint while impulsing young talents.


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