There are beautiful jungle animals’ facepainting for kids, and we have some ideas to give you. When you hire face painters you can enjoy them, and kids love these paints. In fact, facepainting is one of the most fun kids party entertainment, abreast with balloon modelling, clowns, magicians, and themed parties. I know it’s not so easy, but with some effort, you can do it. Let’s see our ideas and get to work!
Now, we are going to tell you how to paint some jungle animals in your kids faces, such as giraffes, and lions. Enjoy our tips and step by step guidelines and have fun in your next kids party.
How to do jungle animals’ facepainting for kids
Let’s see how you can do beautiful jungle animals’ facepainting for kids, easily and fast! Don’t you believe me? Follow my guidelines and I am sure your child will be pretty and very cute!
First of all, take a look at what you are going to need:
- Double Makeup Palette with orange / yellow colours;
- Flat brush of about 2 cm;
- Flat brush of about 10 cm;
- Double makeup palette with purple / violet colours;
- Round brush of about 5 cm;
- Black paint.
How to do one of the best jungle animals’ facepainting for kids:
- Wet the 2 cm brush in the palette of yellow / orange colours and with it make the basis of your mask. Let the brush aligned so that the orange is facing up. Draw a bean shape which extends to both sides of the nose as well as around the eyes and up above the eyebrows.
- Now do the same procedure, but this time with the brush lined with yellow up. Draw two lines above each eye, slightly curved shape out (it will be the ears of the giraffe).
- Now soak the 10 cm brush in the same palette. Start drawing two straight lines next to the giraffe’s ears (where the horn should be). Orange will be on the external horn side. Then make circles over the horns, that is, draw two letters “C”, one facing the other. Here the yellow is on the inside of the letter.
- Take the sponge and soak a side in yellow paint. Fill the bottom of the eyes and nose (paint the entire nose), but leave the space between the eyes and eyebrows without paint.
- Use the other side of the sponge and wet in dark purple ink. Pass it in the eyelids.
- We’re almost done! For details of this jungle animals’ facepainting for kids, soak the round 5 cm brush in black ink. now you are going to outline the perimeter of the mask and draw a small tuft of horsehair between the horns. You can also use black ink to define the giraffe’s ears.
- Now just raise the nostrils painting each side of the nose with black ink, and also add a few spots on the forehead and cheeks. Done!
For this one you are going to need:
- Band for hair;
- Paints for the face (golden, rust brown, light yellow, white and black);
- High-density makeup Sponge;
- Makeup brush.
Now, take a look at how you can do one of the best jungle animals’ facepainting for kids.
- First, hold the child’s hair. Then take the sponge, hold one end in gold paint and spread over his face to cover his forehead, nose, chin and cheeks. Do not paint the areas around the eyes and mouth.
- With the other end on the yellow paint, spread around the eyes and eyebrows. Paint also eyelids, as well as the area extending from 2 cm below the eyes to the cheeks.
- With a clean sponge area, wet on rust brown paint. Spread in the sides of the forehead, at the tip of chin and cheeks. It will create depth and shadows on the jungle animals’ facepainting for kids.
- Again with a clean piece of sponge, apply white paint on top of the lip to the nose.
- Dip a brush in black ink and start drawing a “V” below the nose so that it extends to around the nostrils. Also, paint the upper lip and make curved lines on each side of the mouth, so that they are directed to the V (will make the lion’s mouth). Then make a thin line from the V base to the tip of the upper lip. On that line will score 6 points on each side (inside white), which will be the whiskers.
- Now go around the eyes with black ink and draw small lines around the yellow perimeter, as well as the sides of the nose and the underside of the lower lip.
- To finalise our jungle animals’ facepainting for kids, dip the brush in brown ink and draw vertical lines on the forehead over the eyes.
Try these ones and then search for others, like elephants, tigers, gorillas, leopards, butterflies, and more. On the youtube, you find some videos explaining how you can do them. For now, enjoy our jungle animals’ facepainting for kids and have fun!