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  1. Thank you for the tips. Used to worry about making my mouth smile and brows perfect then I decided to worry more about the fun I was having and giving my audience more and practiced that more instead…

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  2. Melanie "JOYzee" Zinser

    Use less makeup! Instead of an all white clown face, look at more contemporary clown faces that use MUCH less greasepaint. Unless you are a stage or circus clown, up close clowning (party clown, caring clown) doesn’t need much makeup to “be a clown.” A nose, eye accents, maybe cheeks and a smile are plenty.

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