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A fantastic Easter bunny face paint tutorial that you can do yourself with only 3 colours!

You will need:

  • A bowl of water
  • head band to tie back hair
  • paint brushes
  • Pink white and black face paint
  • a willing victim to paint
  • optional bunny ears and cotton wool tail!
  • cotton wool buds

How to face paint the bunny:

  1. Clean your models face and tie back hair with a head band
  2. Start off by wetting your brush and getting some pink on it
  3. Paint on 2 circles on the lower cheeks
  4. a pink oval across the nose
  5. paint in the lips
  6. add pink shadow to the eyelids
  7. Now clean off the brush and get ready to add in the white
  8. Starting with the forehead paint in fur swoops above the eyebrows and across the forehead as shown in the pic above
  9. Now add white across the nose chin and for whiskers on top of the pink cheeks
  10. Finally use a clean brush to apply the black
  11. Highlight your fur swoops with black as pictures
  12. add in whiskers
  13. use the cotton wool buds to add in the dots on the whiskers as pictured
  14. Now get the bunny ears (and tail if you have one) and your bunny is ready!

 

 

  • Looks simple enough! Kids would really enjoy getting painted!

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  • Hmm might give this a shot with the kids

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  • I don’t think it matters how many tutorials I have for face painting, I’ll never be any good at it. It looks so easy, but I know it’s not

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  • This is so cool! Very artistic

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  • I love the look of this, so effective, I also love the step by step guide on how to do it

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  • How cute! I wish I could do this but I don’t think my hand would be steady enough lol!!

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  • Very good! great tips on face painting!

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  • Great, easy to follow tutorial – and it’s so cute!

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  • great tutorial.
    I will have to try this with our girls this easter ;)

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  • Looks great, thank you very much!

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  • that is a great tutorial and i love how there were many pictures that were included. it makes it so much easier to work out. i will have to try this with my kids. i have to buy some paint first though. maybe big w? we don’t have heaps of shops around here so that limits me

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  • This was a success; thanks for sharing this idea. The instructions were easy to follow; great looking bunny.

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  • Cute way to paint a bunny face. Thanks

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  • This is a fab tutorial. Ohh I cant wait till my little one is old enough to sit still long enough to do this to :-)

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  • such a great idea, very creative.

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