Leopard face paint

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  • Looking for a fearsome look for your kids? They'll love becoming this amazing big cat, and you'll need is a few face paints to create the look at home...

    They say a leopard never changes his spots, but we know better! Follow our easy step-by-step leopard face paint guide to turn your kids into this ferocious feline. This spotty leopard face paint look is perfect for a jungle party and can be achieved in just 3 steps. Armed with a toothy grin and a menacing stare, your little monsters will become truly terrifying!

    To achieve the leopard face paint look, find a comfortable place to work and cover surfaces in case of any spillages. Water-based face paint is best as they wash off easily with soap and water, so no sore faces when the fun’s over! Try Snazaroo’s Ultimate Party Pack which has all the colours you’ll need for our princess butterfly face painting look and plenty more fun party designs, from snazaroo.com (£17.49). Face paint is safe to use on most skin types, but always do a patch test of the paint on the back of your child’s hand. If there is no reaction in an hour or so it should be safe to use.
    To create the leopard face paint look you will need:
    •   A pot of clean water
    •   Water-based face paint in white, yellow, black and red
    •   Cotton buds for any mistakes
    •   1 thick paintbrush or sponge
    •   1 thin paintbrush