Halloween make-up kids: instructions for tiger make up
Halloween makeup Children are fun and not at all as difficult as you can imagine. Our first idea is for a great tiger make up that works well with both boys and girls. You will need: water soluble face paints – orange, yellow, black and white, a sponge and a round brush. First, with the sponge, apply the white color pointedly and diagonally upwards over the eyes, as well as between the nose and the upper lip – this is how you get the tiger’s snout. The upper lip itself should also make you look white. Then apply the yellow color in the center of the face and then frame it with orange – the goal is that you get a gentle gradient between white, yellow and orange. Using the round brush, apply the black lower lip and draw the outline of the tiger’s snout by emphasizing the nose and drawing whisker points. The upper lip and nose connect with a black line. Finally, imitate the fur of the tiger with some cleverly drawn black strokes. Finished!
Halloween makeup children: ideas for successful witch make-up
The witch make-up is a classic for Halloween and here we show you how to do it for your child! You will need: a sponge, a round brush and face paints – purple, light blue, black and white. Fill the sponge with something of the light blue color and a little over the one eye. Take the round brush and draw a slightly curved line from the middle of the nose to the hairline. Dab them lightly with the sponge and draw a thin line from the eye outwards. Then try – again with the round brush, but this time with black to draw a spider web on the light blue ground. If you are artistically gifted you can try painting a little spider on the little witch’s forehead. At the end, make up the upper and lower lips purple. And done! Actually, the witch make up has many different variations – from the photos above you could get more original ideas!
Make-up Halloween Kids: make frightening monster make-up yourself
Finally, we offer you instructions for creepy monster make up. You will need sponges, brushes and facial paints again – but this time black, white, garish and dark green. Make the whole face bright green, and use the dark green color to make contours and shades. Imitate with the sponge and the black color a “false” hairline on the forehead and color the real one in black. Put shades under the cheekbones and make-up – again with the sponge, the eyes and mouth black. Now you should contour the eyes, hairline and mouth with the brush, using the black color again. Emphasize the eyebrows and nostrils and draw some wrinkles – eg under the eyes, around the mouth, on the chin to create a still spooky look. Emphasize the game below the eyebrows with white. In the end, the hardest task for you is to carefully paint white teeth on the black primer around the mouth with a brush. So the result will look real scary and the child will be happy in any case! For more inspirational ideas for Halloween makeup children – more great ideas