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    How to Paint a Cat Face: Top 3 Videos & Tutorials for Beginners

    Not sure how to paint a cat face? These video tutorials will take you step by step to show you just how fun and easy it is to paint a cat face. Perfect for a Halloween costume, a cat face isn't just a cat eye - it can be MUCH more than that!

    In every event, you can be sure that someone will want to have a cat design face painted on their face. That's how popular cats are in the face painting world!

    Today, we'll look at a few different cat face painting tutorials that will guide us through the entire process from A to Z. You'll learn:

    • how to face paint a cat nose
    • how to face paint cat whiskers
    • how to paint a cat on a child and yourself
    • and much,much more!

    Let's get to it right meow!

    3 Cat Face Paint Tutorials

    #1. Easy Cat Face Tutorial:

    This cat face video tutorial is easy to follow along to, and only takes minutes to do. Perfect for those who don't have much time, or restless kids!

     

    Step-by-Step Instructions


    Step 1: Using a round brush, put a white face paint outline for cat ears on the forehead and continue with white face paint down the nose and upper lip; leave space over eyebrows. Make little whisker shapes above the mouth.

    Step 2: Rinse a round brush, and use it to apply pink face paint in a triangle on the end of nose. Use the same color and fill inside of cat ears, over the eyelids and over the eyes.

    Step 3: Use black face paint and a fine brush to outline the whiskers. Add a line down from the bottom of the nose to the mouth, and add three dots on either side. Outline around the ears in black face paint.

    Step 4: Using a small brush, highlight around the pink eyes with white face paint. Use white sparkles on the ear area and the nose.

    Products Used in the Video

    Amerikan Body Art Glitter - Holographic White (Sheer)
    Ruby Red White 100 Face Paint
    Ruby Red Black 150 Face Paints
    Ruby Red Pink Face Paints - Bubble Gum 207
    Paradise Wide Chisel Brush (1/2")

    #2. Split Cake Cat Face Video

    This is another fun little video tutorial that showcases the different colors you can use when creating a cat face. This is especially great for those who love to use split cake paints.

    Products used in the video : 

    Kryvaline Large Split Cakes - Summer Sunset (1.76 oz/50 gm)
    Kryolan Pink Aquacolor - UV-Dayglow Pink
    Wolfe Black Face Paints - Black 010
    PartyXplosion White Aqua Face Paint - White
    Flat Brushes
    Round Brushes

    #3. Easy 3 Step Kitty

    Looking for something that isn't time consuming and doesn't require a lot of paints? This easy 3 step kitty is SO easy to do, that anyone can pull it off! Follow along with the tutorial to recreate this adorable design.

    3 Step Kitty

    Step by Step Instructions:

    Step 1: Load your white on your sponge and make a triangle shape ( this design is much like my fox design, which goes more in depth on how to place your ears and such)

    Step 2: Load your #2 brush with DFX Pink and Start making lines in the ears and for the nose you need to make a very subtle U shape on your nose and carry it down to the end ( if they have itchy just end at the tip)

    Step 3/Final: Now Add your detail with your #2 brush and DFX black, add the whiskers and outline the ears and nose, a couple dots and a line from the nose to the mouth.

    Products Used:

    Sponge, #2 brushes (if you have one color source and want to be faster if not you only need one)

    DFX white, pink, and black

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