Is your child looking to be a pumpkin, skeleton, bat, witch, cat or devil?
Here are some ways to paint their faces to fit their Halloween Costume. You can build the costume around the face if needed. The face is key to any costume. Get out your paints and brushes.
Be sure to test paints on child 24 hours in advance to be sure they are not allergic. Use a moistened sponge to apply base.
Cover the face with orange base. Leave to dry and paint black triangular eyes and a jagged mouth. Very easy and goes great with a costume or an orange outfit.
Cover the face with a white base. Let dry and apply black or gray shading around the eyes and under cheek bones. Paint black circles more pronounced around the eyes and put alternating black squares around the mouth. Paint on black or red drizzle red down the sides of the face.
Cover the face with a red or orange base. Let dry and paint bat wings over eyes and nose. Use a pom-pom with surgical tape to stick on the nose,
Color the face in a light green or gray. Once dry, put light blue around cheekbones and chin. Paint a drizzle eerie line down forehead. Use an orange around eyes. Use a brown for zig-zag eyebrows. Use blue, black or orange for a black dot to look like a wart or two. Paint around the lips black.
Cover the face in a red base. Paint on eyebrows going high upward and the face, eyes, lips and fangs. Add a light pink or red inside fangs and outside cheek bones. Paint lips and inside fangs in purple.
Cover the face in a black base. Paint vertical white eyebrows. Put white around eyes, nose and mouth. Choose a cool color for whiskers like orange. Dab brown on tip of nose.
And there you have it. Some easy to make face painting designs for anyone to make on Halloween.