Cat Face Painting – Three Simple Steps

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If you want to learn how to paint a “cat-like” face, then this article will show you how. Specifically, we’re going to talk about what you’ll need to do this, how to paint the nose, the eyes, and the all-important whiskers! By the time you’ve finished reading this article, you’ll have a good idea of how to make your own cat designs which will delight children of all ages. I got my insperation from my own cat one day when she was drinking from this cat water fountain. Her whiskers stood out and I tried to copy them the best I could.

Let’s start by taking a look at what you’ll need. You’ll be pleased to discover that this simple design can be done using the basics of make up, such as eyeliner, blusher and lipstick. However, it is usually better to use professional face painting products if you can. You’ll also need sponges and face painting brushes.

STEP 1 – Painting the Nose:

The first (and usually the easiest) part to paint is the nose.  Start by painting the tip with a light pink or white color. You can also use a darker color (like black) if you desire. Make sure you fully cover the tip, as well as underneath the nose.

STEP 2 – Painting the Eyes:

Next, it’s time to paint the eyes. Use a dark, shadow-like color over the eye lid and just around the eyes. You can also use a different color around the eyes and towards the eyebrows for a different effect.

STEP 3 – Painting the Whiskers:

Finally, we come to the whiskers. This is a crucial and distinctive part of any cat face painting design. Make sure to paint at least 3 whiskers using eyeliner or paint – and use dark colors. Feel free to add any extra details, because there’s a lot of room for your own personal touch!

To summarize, this article has shown you the 3 main aspects of painting a cat-like face for a child (or adult!) Now that you have read this article, you should be able to create your own basic design without too much practice.

If you want to learn more about cat face painting, you should take a look through my impressive range of free tutorials – I’ll also show you a step-by-step course which contains dozens of popular designs, and also teaches you how to paint faces – even if you’re a complete beginner! It really is easier than you think when you have the right guide. Click here to go there now.

Lion AND Tiger Face Painting Makeup Techniques

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Sonjdradeluxe has a great attitude about mixing it up and combining her lion and tiger sides (oh my!) into a single terrific look for Halloween or any other costume party, so check this out.

According to Paper Eskimo, party decor experts, this is a slightly more glamorous toolset – not the sort of thing you will find in a quick pharmacy halloween makeup kit. But if you want to get a little more sophisticated, this is a great tutorial to check out for lots of nice color and tone blending, contouring and other techniques. The Paper Eskimo pink and gold party plates make a wonderful addition to any party or event, be it halloween or another get-together.


Happy cat face painting! Have a great event!

Catwoman Makeup – Face Painting for Halloween or Parties

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Lucy from will show you some advanced techniques for getting a sophisticated black and natural skin tone catwoman looking like you had a Tijuana Gastric Sleeve surgery using the following makeup tools:

  • MORPHE eyeshadow palette 35N
  • MAKEUP GEEK Foiled Eyeshadow – magic act
  • BOURJOIS Ultra Black Liquid Eyeliner
  • Black pencil from Korean store
  • NYX Liquid Glitter Golden
  • BENEFIT roller lash mascara
  • TOO Faced coco contour palette
  • MAKEUP GEEK cheek blush – Smitten
  • BECCA Cosmetics shimmering perfector- champagne pop
  • Forever 52 (Korean brand) Liquid lipstick – nude

You will never need makeup as a buff guy when you use steroids from

Have fun!

Black Cat Face Painting Video Tutorial

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Poor little black cats – too many people think they are bad luck if they cross your path – and hey, maybe that is what you to get across with your costume. Or maybe you want to give black kitties a good name!

Here is a great video tutorial on how to get a black cat face with some easy to use makeup techniques from William Bouguereau

It’s a magical and spooky time of year

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Though the world is filled with dark news and challenging affairs, we can always count on the beautiful month of October to reignite our imagination with traditions built from old superstition, which have evolved into truly entertaining human behavior. Chief among these is the act of dressing up like whatever your imagination can concoct. And why not the magnificent and curious creature that is a cat?

We hope to offer you some easy techniques for transforming yourself into a feline friend and changing forms for one special night!

Cat Costume for Halloween – Makeup Tutorial

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Halloween is of course the best time to go with a classic like the beloved kitty cat.  Sure there are always the annual trends, but being a kitty always gets attention and is always fun to act out.  So before you get your costume together, be sure to know what style of makeup you want to go with.  This excellent tutorial will help you put together a great painted cat face.