This video demonstrates how to paint a werewolf face design:
General Tips: Apply the lighter face paint colors before starting on the darker colors.
How to Use a Face Paint Brush: To load face paint on the brush: dip the brush into a bowl of water and mix it into the face paint to pick up the face paint. Apply the face paint brush in smooth even strokes.
How to Use a Face Paint Sponge: To load face paint onto the sponge: add water to the face paint sponge and dip into the face paint. Make sure that the face paint has a creamy consistency. Remember to try to use the minimum amount of water. First smear the face paint on then dab the face paint with the sponge to get an even opaque coverage.
Step 1: Use a medium brush to paint the a brown base for your werewolf, making ears of the werewolf above eyebrows and outlining all around the face. Fill in completely with brown, using a sponge. Use a medium brush to fill in the werewolf's ear area, leave small triangles above eyebrows.
Step 2: Fill in the werewolf hair with grey face paint, using a medium brush. Create the hair between the ears painted on the forehead. Then on the side of the face and the chin. Define the eyes with the same grey face paint. With a small brush and black face paint add details: paint the tip of the nose and around the nostrils and make scary eyebrows along the werewolf's ears.
Step 3: Make the werewolf's muzzle with grey and then use black to fill in dots.
Step 4: Make teeth: using a small brush and white face paint, make canine scary teeth. Highlight some of the werewolf hair with the same small brush and white face paint.
To Remove Face Paint: Remove the face paint with mild soap and water with a washcloth, baby wipe or paper towel. Remember to keep the face paint out of the eyes.
To Store Your Face Paint: Store the face paint with the lid closed. The face paint should last 18 months after 1st opening.