Bunny rabbit face painting ideas

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Bunny rabbits are loved by kids across the globe, especially during the springtime when they are associated with holidays and other seasonal fun. Kids might want their face painted as bunny rabbit for a Halloween costume or face-painted bunny outlines at a carnival or party. Whatever the occasion, thinking ahead about the best bunny designs will help to ensure that you and others are satisfied with the end result of your face-painting artistry.

Pink Sparkly Bunny

The pink, sparkly bunny face is ideal for costumes because it sets the stage for wearing bunny ears and an adorable fuzzy outfit. The face is light pink, with a deeper purple nose, white whiskers and white teeth drawn below the bottom lip. Darker pink is placed over the cheekbones and the contours of the face are accented with sparkles. White can also be used to extend the eyebrows upward toward the hairline.

Kissing Bunnies

Kissing bunnies are a cute idea for a carnival or party. The profile of a bunny is painted on each side of the face, with the head being painted over the child's eye. The bunny noses meet at the bridge of the nose so that the bunnies appear to be kissing. For maximum affect, different colours of face paint should be used for each bunny. You might try a brown bunny and a grey bunny, or a purple bunny and a pink bunny.

Nosy Bunny

Nosy bunnies use the child's nose as the face of the bunny. Paint facial features onto the nose of the child and then extend bunny ears upward toward the bridge of the nose or outward toward the cheeks. The body of the bunny can extend down toward the mouth or to the side toward one cheek. The bunny should be outlined in black and may be done in any colour, though white, pink and purple are likely to be popular choices.

Eyebrow Ears Bunny

Eyebrow ears bunnies can be done at carnivals and parties, or used in a Halloween costume where you do not want the hassle of wearing fake bunny ears. A white or pink base is painted onto the child's face and then black is used to outline a bunny nose and bunny teeth below the bottom lip. The black face paint is then used to draw on bunny ears that appear to extend from the eyebrow up onto the forehead of the child. Once the black face paint has dried, pastel colours, such as pink, purple or yellow can be used to accent the ears and cheeks of the bunny face. Do no forget to add black bunny whiskers as a finishing touch.

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