Lack of colors shouldn’t keep you from “doing your face.” Sometimes just black and white is enough as these skull face paintings show.
A pumpkin face painting can be a relatively easy project and effective in keeping with the Halloween theme.
Bullet holes and other “injuries” can be applied effectively to the face with just a couple of colors. Such injuries are popular during Halloween.
Dark colors around the eyes for that “Night of the Dead” look, is popular during Halloween.
Halloween face paintings do not have to be elaborate to be effective. As this pretty young lady demonstrates, simple, clean lines are sometimes all that are needed.
“Stitches” and scars around and about the mouth and face are a popular and easy Halloween face painting addition.
Face painting is the perfect activity for a children’s birthday party. If you have enough grown-up volunteers they can do the painting or if the children are old enough they can paint each other. Of course, you would need to monitor them. Either way makes for a fun-filled day and the children will absolutely love it!
Halloween is a holiday celebrated every year on October 31st. It is celebrated by carving pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns, wearing costumes (including face painting), going to costume parties and haunted houses, and trick-or-treating. Skeletons are a popular Halloween face painting.