Snazaroo: How to Face Paint a Lion and a Rabbit

Snazaroo: How to Face Paint a Lion and a Rabbit

The Cowardly Lion:

lion

What you’ll need:

  • Adventure hanging set
  • Or alternatively the 18ml paints pots of:

  • Bright Yellow
  • Light Brown
  • Black
  • White
  • Along with:

  • Sponges
  • And Brushes
  • METHOD:

    Cowardly Lion Step one

    Step One:

    Using white and a brush, paint a muzzle outline and fill in. Using Bright yellow, paint with a brush the outline of the lion face, then fill in with yellow using a sponge.

    Cowardly Lion Step two

    Step Two:

    Using light brown and a brush outline the ears and create fur by ‘flicking’ round the side of the face and on the ‘tuft’.

    Extra stage – With brown on a sponge drag and blend from the outside of the face inwards.

    Cowardly Lion Step three

    Step Three:

    Using black and a brush to outline the face, paint a small black nose (I did and upside-down triangle), a line from the nose to the top of the lip, whiskers, and dots on the muzzle.

    Tip – Make sure you hold the child’s head gently to avoid them moving and either ruining what you have done or the brush going in the eyes/nose or mouth! Don’t be precise, have fun with it!

    The White Rabbit:

    Snazaroo Halloween Brush Pen Set (Pack of 3)

    What you’ll need:

  • Rainbow Hanging Kit
  • Or alternatively the 18ml paints pots of:

  • Bright Red
  • Pink
  • Black
  • White
  • Along with:

  • Sponges
  • And brushes
  • METHOD:

    The White Rabbit Step one

    Step One:

    Using white and a brush, paint bunny ears on the forehead and cheeks down the face, fill in ears with brush and the rest with a sponge and white paint.

    The White Rabbit Step two

    Step Two:

    Using the pink and a brush, paint two shapes in the bunny ears. Then with the bright red paint, paint on the nose. With a large brush paint on the chin ready for the bunny teeth!

    The White Rabbit Step three

    Step Three:

    With a fine brush outline with black, add the tufts in-between the ears, some whiskers, dots under the nose and teeth.

    Tip – practice the teeth and heart nose on your hand first, this is a good way to check if you have the right consistency of paint and not too much water.

    Use any colours for this face as long as you have a black and white, you could change the ear colour to blue or purple? And maybe the nose to black or pink? You don’t need to outline everything!

    Keep your working area clean, I always have a small towel on my table, also make sure hands are clean!

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