Bunnies are the cutest of animals and also the cutest to paint on a kid's face. It's so easy and ever kid loves it especially during Easter! Check out these top bunny face paint videos and tutorials and get inspired to make your own unique bunny design!
This bunny is cutest one ever and it's not hard to paint him - I promise!
This is actually "hardest" part, and you have to admit it doesn't look difficult. I'm forming a shape with large filbert brush and mix of Wolfe Metallic Silver and Global Standard Baby Blue. DFX White is for cheek and fluffy tale.
For me, the easiest way to paint grass is using flat brush and Global Fun Stroke Split Cake like Amazon Green, or just any two-tone green - while just lightly pressing tip of the brush. You can achieve a perfect egg shape by squeezing the upper part of a round dauber. This time I've used TAG Tropical Split Cake. With Global Neon Nirvana and a Filbert Brush, paint a cute bow and add a bit of tint for the inside of the ear.
The next step is painting his face and doing the line work. I love using Round Brush No.0 and DFX Black for all my line work. A little Global Magenta for that cute nose, and that's it. You could leave it like this and skip step 4. However, if you have bit more time then you can make this design even cuter!
With blending brush I've softened the edges. Add some shading on the tail and bottom part of the eggs with Mehron StarBlend. For the background, use StarBlend in Pink, Blue, Yellow, and Green.
Large Filbert Brush
Wolfe Metallic Silver
Global Standard Baby Blue
Global-Amazon Split Cake
Global-Neon Nirvana Split Cake
TAG Tropical Split Cake
Round Brush No.0
The bunnies are here for Easter! Check out this cute and playful design by Ana Cedoviste!
Snazaroo Black Face Paint - Black 111 (0.6 oz/18 ml)
Snazaroo White Face Paint - White 0
Paradise Pastel Face Paint Palettes (8 Colors)
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!
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).
Continue by adding a bunny tail and a foot. Next, paint the ears. Follow up with a poof of glitter before the paint fully dries.
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.
Next, load your #2 round brush with Global dark blue and paint in the details for the center flower. Continue by outlining each flower petal and add a couple of detail lines in each petal.
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.
Global Body Art White Face Paint - Standard White
Kryolan Purple Aquacolor - Purple
Paradise Pink Face Paints - Light Pink
Global Body Art Blue Face Paint - Standard Dark Blue
Amerikan Body Art Glitter - Holographic White
Loew-Cornell® White Nylon #8 Flat
Silly Farm Paint Pal Pretty Petal Brush
Loew-Cornell® Gold Grip #2 Round
This adorable Easter Bunny face paint design is sure to make everyone say "Awwwww!"
Using a petal sponge loaded well with Diamond FX White, create the shape of a wide bunny muzzle. Then apply White above the eyes using the shape of the petal sponge as a guide and making sure to line up the corner of the sponge to the corner of the eyes.
Using another petal sponge, load the rainbow cake well with the light color on the narrow, pointed edge of the sponge and the dark color on the outer, wider edge of the sponge. Fill in the cheeks with the loaded sponge, creating round chubby bunny cheeks from the edge of the eyes to the edge of the muzzle you already painted. Using only the light colors on the sponge, fill in the center of the design and area on and above the nose. Flip the sponge over to create the forehead, always making sure to point the light colors towards the center of the face and the dark colors on the outside to frame the design.
Reload your sponge when necessary to make sure the colors are always opaque and applied evenly throughout your design. Create the ears by pinching the sponge to make it more narrow and create the shape of a floppy bunny ear. You will want the dark color to create a "shadow" below the flopped ear, and the light color to be at the top of the ear shape. If they child's forehead has enough room, you could make one ear standing up and one flopping down, or even have both standing up!
Using FAB Purple Rain and a Loew Cornell #4 Round Brush, outline the ears and create fluffy fur on the edges of the cheeks and on the bunny's forehead. Frame the eyes, muzzle, and add a heart shaped nose for that extra "awwww" factor. Divide the muzzle by painting a line from the bottom tip of the nose to the center point of the lip and then widening the line on the upper lip.
Using a Loew Cornell Flora Brush, load it well with DFX White, wipe off the tip on a towel and double dip with FAB Berry Wine to create flowers on the cheeks and forehead.
With a Loew Cornell #4 Round Brush and DFX White, create bunny teeth by laying the side of the brush onto the lip and rolling it side by side until you get the desired width of the teeth. Use the same brush to outline the whole design, add dots and starbursts around the flowers, create whiskers and add fur in the ears. You can go back and outline the teeth with purple if you want as well.
This Easter, Melissa Munn shares with us her elegant Bling Bunny Princess design.
Silly Farm Arty Brush Cake - Natalee Davies Collection Toffee Apple (20 gm)
FAB Purple Face Paint - Purple 039
Wolfe White Face Paints - White 001
FAB White Face Paint - White 161
Mama Clown Iridescent Glitter Jar - White Glitter Dust (1 oz/28 gm)
Silly Farm Paint Pal Large Arty Flat Brush (3/4")
Glitter Gel & Liquid Glitter
Face Gems (Bling)
#6. Easy Easter Bunny Face Paint Tutorial
This quick and easy bunny face paint tutorial is great for beginners!
Step 1: Use medium brush to add white face paint to the following areas: above eyes to create floppy ears, the nose, upper lip and chin.
Step 2: Use medium brush and add light pink to the cheeks. Then paint the eyes with the same brush and bubblegum pink face paint - filling in under the eyebrow and the eyelids.
Step 3: Use a small brush to make small bunny teeth on the bottom lip with white paint and line the bunny teeth with black face paint. Then with the black face paint, make whiskers, and add a line above the top lip and add dots to the muzzle. Use a small brush to paint her nose pink. Outline with a fine brush and black faint paint around the nose, the eyes and bunny ears. Then add some opal glitter while the face paint is wet.
Amerikan Body Art Glitter - Holographic White (Sheer)
Ruby Red White 100 Face Paint
Ruby Red Black 150 Face Paints
Ruby Red Pink Face Paints - Pink 210
Ruby Red Pink Face Paints - Bubble Gum 207
Royal Brush - Soft Grip Brushes (5 pack)
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