These 5 wicked but wonderful witch makeup ideas have something for everybody! The first couple of examples use classic paint and are perfect for kids and adults alike. There are a classic green Wicked Witch and a Cute and Sparkly design that provide a delightful option to the usual green-faced and creepy look. Are you searching for a traditional green face painting design, perhaps inspired by Wicked or The Wizard of Oz? Well, fumsmusings present here an achievable but very effective tutorial to get that classic Wicked Witch of the West look.
Although she paints on herself, her face painting designs are perfect to use on kids too. You can follow all of her steps for the full total Halloween look, or simply do the basic steps for a scary green face witch that is perfect for children. Those fingernails are amazing if you are an adult and want to go for the complete switch look!
- Leave it there for half an hour before washing it off with warm water
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For an alternative solution, even easier design for adults or kids that uses only 3 colours of face color, have a look at the step-by-step witch face paint instructions below the video. Apply green face paint to the entire face, to hairline and over lips and eyelids up. Sponge on a darker green at edges of face, over the nose, forehead, beneath eyes and on lips.
Blend in with a clean. With black paint on a brush, pull on eyebrows in an extended high curve. Add strokes up from eyebrow range to create a feathered effect, and thicken with another application of black paint. Lengthen inner eyebrow series down onto part of the nose. Outline eyes with black face paint on higher and lower lash range, flicking, or more at the edges away.
Draw lines from the lower edge of attention down onto the cheeks (like really big crows it!). That is going to be a spider’s web. Add little curves between the lines to form the web. With orange color, dab onto the lip area in little vertical lines. You don’t need to blend in. Outline lips with dark.
Use white face color on a clean, to highlight the curved thread lines in the spider’s web and the eyebrows. With dark on a fine brush, outline outer nostrils. Add ‘smile’ creases from nose towards outer sides of the mouth. Wrinkle your brow. Paint black lines in the lines and wrinkles. Add some shimmer powder to forehead, spider’s web, cheeks, and just a little on the chin and nose. Add gloss or glitter to lips. Enjoy your sensational Halloween witch make up!
If Idina Menzel is your idol and also you want to know just how her makeup was applied for Elphaba in ‘Wicked’, here she is planning for the show with the aid of makeup designer Joe. Will there be such a thing as a pretty witch? This face-painting example from WoolworthsUK shows a wonderful witch design — without a trace of green in sight! This pretty enchantress was made using 3 colors of face paint: pink, white, and black. Add some sparkle with metallic face glitter for a marvelous little witch truly.
The below acceleration painting video has some text instructions on-screen but is extremely swift (just over a minute to start to complete). I’ve added some step-by-step instructions underneath to help you out. This example was created on a very adorable little girl, but you may also try it by yourself face if you want to avoid green makeup and change yourself into a sweet witch this Halloween.