Face Painting Idea for a Halloween Bunny

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Face Painting Idea for a Halloween Bunny
Bunnies can inspire great Halloween costumes. (Hemera Technologies/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Bunny costumes are a popular Halloween sight and are worn by children and adults alike. Each year, the plethora of costumes includes sweet bunnies, sexy bunnies, funny bunnies and vampire bunnies, but many wearers do not bother with the finishing touch: face paint. Bunny face paint is quick and easy and can turn this year's Halloween costume from great to outstanding in a matter of minutes.

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Sweet Bunny

The sweet bunny is ideal for babies and children under 5. This look requires minimal paint and is quick and easy to create. Apply black face paint to the underside of the nose to cover the nostrils and over the eyebrows. Paint three whiskers about 1 inch long on either side of the nose with one adjacent to the nose, one angled up and the other angled downward. Apply a circle of red or pink face paint on the tip of the nose to finish off the look. The wearer will look as if she is a cute baby bunny.

Sexy Bunny

The sexy bunny look is perfect when paired with a sparkly dress and high heels and is based on the look of the character Jessica Rabbit from the 1988 movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." Apply a layer of foundation to match your skin tone and paint the underside of the nose black. Draw three whiskers on either side of the nose with one adjacent to the nose, one angled up and the other angled downward. Line the eyes with a wide black eyeliner pencil on top and bottom lids and top off the look with bright red lipstick covered with sparkly gloss.

Funny Bunny

The funny bunny is a great conversation starter and is created to entice a laugh from all who see it. Apply black paint to the underside of the nose to cover the nostrils and paint the lips black as well. Draw five brown dots on each cheek to look like freckles as well as three black whiskers. Finish the look with a pair of false bunny teeth.

Vampire Bunny

The scary bunny paint scheme will transform you into a dark-sided bunny in no time. Paint the entire face white and the underside of the nose black to cover the nostrils and apply three black whiskers to each cheek. Cover the lips and eyebrows with black face paint as well. Use a paint brush to draw three drops of red blood on one side of the mouth that starts at the corner and goes downward toward the chin. Finish the look with a pair of vampire teeth for a costume your friends will be talking about for years to come.

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