Cute Bunny Tutorial

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FacePaint.com Bunny Face Paint Tutorial by Stacey Perry

Get ready to paint the cutest and fastest bunny ever! I just love this design because it's so quick and easy to learn. Let's get started!

Here's what you'll need:

  1. Global Body Art White Face Paint - Standard White
  2. Kryolan Purple Aquacolor - Purple
  3. Paradise Pink Face Paints - Light Pink
  4. Global Body Art Blue Face Paint - Standard Dark Blue
  5. Amerikan Body Art Glitter - Holographic White
  6. Loew-Cornell® White Nylon #8 Flat
  7. Silly Farm Paint Pal Pretty Petal Brush
  8. Loew-Cornell® Gold Grip #2 Round

Here's how to apply:

FacePaint.com Bunny Face Paint Tutorial by Stacey Perry

Load your flat brush with Global white and paint your circle shape for the bunny body. (You will use the same brush for the entire bunny)

FacePaint.com Bunny Face Paint Tutorial by Stacey Perry

Continue by adding a bunny tail and a foot.

FacePaint.com Bunny Face Paint Tutorial by Stacey Perry

Next, paint the ears. Follow up with a poof of glitter before the paint fully dries.

FacePaint.com Bunny Face Paint Tutorial by Stacey Perry

Then, load your #2 round brush with Kryolan purple and outline the bunny as shown. Next, double load your petal brush with Paradise pink and Global white. Paint a circle shape for the center flower, then add a series of petals on each side of the center flower.

FacePaint.com Bunny Face Paint Tutorial by Stacey Perry

Next, load your #2 round brush with Global dark blue and paint in the details for the center flower.

FacePaint.com Bunny Face Paint Tutorial by Stacey Perry

Continue by outlining each flower petal and add a couple of detail lines in each petal.

FacePaint.com Bunny Face Paint Tutorial by Stacey Perry

Still using your Global dark blue, add the bunny's cute little eye. Finally, load your #2 round brush with Global white and add random sized dots on the petals.

And now you have a quick, but still cute bunny to add to your Easter board. One of the things I like about this bunny is how easily you can change up the color scheme. So if you have 30 kids at festival that all want a bunny, you can easily change up this design by just choosing different colors.

I hope you are able to use this design at your next gig. Thanks for joining me again, I hope to see you back for next week's blog!

Be sure to share your designs with us on Instagram and Facebook.

Until next time… Live, Love, Paint.

Stacey Perry, aka Sistahmatic! is the owner of and primary face painter for Peekaboo Faces by Play and Learn With Me located in Lafayette, Louisiana. Stacey also blogs for halloweenmakeup.com

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