Take your adorable kitten trick-or-treating.
So your hard-headed toddler refuses to wear a cat mask, headband with ears or anything else on her head for her Halloween costume? Don’t pull out the super glue just yet -- face painting is an inexpensive way to make your tot look adorable without having to battle her over annoying accessories. Turn on her favorite television show as a distraction, and you will have a Halloween kitten before the first trick-or-treaters show up at your door.
1Drape a towel around your little wiggle worm’s shoulders to protect her clothes from the paint.
2Paint a kitten muzzle with white paint above your toddler’s mouth to look like a full mustache with ends that curl up. Soften the edges with a dry brush.
3Draw a pointed, triangle-shaped kitten ear above each eyebrow with white paint. Fill in the triangles with white paint.
4Use a clean brush to paint her cheeks light pink in a small circle to look like blush. Soften the edges of the paint with a dry brush.
5Dip another brush into the black paint. Paint two to four eyelashes coming out from the corner of each eye, toward the temple. Draw a line around the kitten ears with the black paint.
6Paint the tip of your toddler’s nose with the black paint in a circle shape. Draw a line with the paint from the tip of the nose to the top of the upper lip. Paint a line around the white muzzle with the black paint.
7Paint two to three whiskers on each side of the face, beginning in the white muzzle and extending out.
EditThings You'll Need
- Face paint -- white, pink and black
- Paint brushes