Wicked Witch Face Paint

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Introduction: Wicked Witch Face Paint

About: I am a conceptual artist, and my DIY projects are mostly inspired by pop culture (movies, music, sports, TV). I mostly specialize in painting, graphic design, drawing, digital photography, performance art, a...

Get ready to cook up some "double, double, toil and trouble" as the wicked witch inspired by Josje Wolters from her 2008 book "Just For Fun Faces"!

Step 1: Start With Lime Green

To start, I coated my entire face with Lime Green by Mehron Paradise.

Step 2: Green Highlights

Then, I used a darker green (Dark Green by Snazaroo) to add highlights to the eyes, cheekbones, and chin.

Step 3: Yellow

Then, I dived into my yellow paint to add highlights on a few areas of the face.

Step 4: Black

Then, I dived into my black, and added witch features, like the angry eyebrows, wrinkles, and even outlines for warts. I also painted the lips black.

Step 5: Finishing Touches

For the final touches:

  • I added white highlights and details to the black features
  • I drew in a spider on the side
  • I added silver rhinestones on the warts
  • I topped it off with a shaggy black wig

Step 6: Double Double Toil and Trouble

Now, you can go out as a witch faster than you can say: "Double, double, toil and trouble. Fire burn and cauldron bubble!"

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    gm280

    10 months ago

    That looks great. Nicely done.