You need some Children’s Face Painting Ideas? Look no more! Our Children’s Party Entertainers have been doing face painting for a long time and we can help you out with some ideas for your kids’ birthday party. We are giving out some advise on make-up techniques to give that extra bit on your child’s celebration.
Children’s Face Painting Ideas
In order to give you some useful Children’s Face Painting Ideas, we have sorted out a series of options or steps to follow to make this activity successful. You can always complement the face painting with some kids activities or fun games.
Get Appropriate Materials
There are many different face paint brands out on the market. Make sure you buy the ones you feel more comfortable with. They will also say if they are appropriate for sensitive skin or not, if they are easily washable, read the labels so you are not surprised later!
Practice Your Designs
Practicing on a piece of paper the outlines of your design is really helpful, so when you have the children’s face you know what to do. Start with some simple designs and then try more complicated stuff!
Hire a Pro!
It is always a good thing to have a face painter attending a party. Kids enjoy it, and it is great to turn into your favorite character/animal every once in a while!! You can always hire some of our Professional Face Painters to go to your party, and, why not, have also some Children’s Entertainment so that you ensure all the kids have a good time playing, dancing singing, having some Magic Show or Puppet Show once they have had their faces coloured by our professionals!
Kids Face Painting Designs
Have Fun! If you enjoy it, they will too. Some basic and popular kids face painting designs:
- Butterfly – Outline the first wings around the child’s eyes and the second wings on the cheeks. Mark the body of the butterfly on the nose and go to the forehead for the antennae. Finally color the wings and add some glitter. Lovely!
- Dog/Cat – You can start with the nose. Then outline under the nose the space for the whiskers and color it. Add some ears on the forehead depending on style and color of the animal you are doing.
- Batman – Outline the Batman mask around the kid’s eyes, and fill it up with black.
- Spider Man – Draw the black lines to form the web all over the child’s face. Mark the eyes with a white water drop form, and go crazy with the red all throughout the face!
- Frozen Elsa – If purple eye shadows and pinkish lips are not enough, you can always draw a nice snowflake on the cheek, and a blue ice crown on the forehead. Use lots of glitter!