Hello there! Welcome to this tutorial on how to do a simple full face tiger paint. I hope you enjoy! If you like what you see and don't mind dropping a vote my way, that would be awesome too!

Step 1: Supplies

Here's a list of some suggested products.

  • Face Primer
  • Face Paint in White, Orange, and Black
  • Makeup Sponge
  • Brushes in Various Size

I only used the Nyx Angel Veil because it was what I had on hand and what I've been using under my daily makeup as of late. I do, however, recommend the Wolfe Brothers face paint. It goes on nicely and washes off easily as well. It's a bit of an investment, but if you plan on doing face painting on any sort of regular basis it might be nice to have.

As for the brushes, a wide flat brush is nice for the white and orange and I suggest a #3 round for all the work in black.

<p>Just beautiful artwork! I can almost hear you growl (or maybe purr). :-)</p>
<p>Supper cute</p>
You rock Tiger Lady. Great ible. Enough details so someone could do it themselves.
That's so amazing just tried it out on my little bro and he now looks awesome and won't let mum take it off <br>Thank you
I'm glad you enjoyed!
<p>Great 'ible! When I first saw your face, I thought you must have airbrushed the white and orange sections. It's cool how smooth you got the transitions between colors. It makes the black details really pop.</p>
<p>Thank you!</p>
<p>good job.: ) i will vote for you and use this tutorial for my halloweeny costume.</p><p>I especially like the white and orange shapes on your face at the beginning of the tutorial-------very compelling. </p>
<p>Thank you very much!</p>
<p>Good tutorial. Thank you.</p>
<p>Nicely done </p>
<p>Thank you!</p>
<p>superbe travaille qui fait trais belle apparence de tigre </p>
this make you amazing?
Looks great, do you have a specific tiger pic you copy?
I don't, actually! I just Google image searched 'tiger' and used what came up for inspiration.
excellent ...color sel is very realistic...a true tigress
<p>Meoww!!! Nice Job!</p>
Thank you!

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