Howl at the Full Moon With a Free Werewolf Makeup Tutorial

Click to Purchase Extreme Face Painting!With Halloween right around the corner and full moons popping up all over the place, it’s no wonder people are fascinated with prowling and howling werewolf tales.

IMPACT is no different!

So, with the help of Extreme Face Painting by Brian and Nick Wolfe, the IMPACT team would love to share this totally free step-by-step werewolf makeup tutorial with you! Not only do the authors guide you through the entire face painting process, but with the help of some extra-spooky music, you’ll be in the mood to go trick-or-treating in no time.

Check out the video and images below to follow along and create your own werewolf makeup.

 

 

A Werewolf Makeup Tutorial:

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1 – Working in a heart shape, apply a basecoat of goldenrod to the face using a sponge.

2 – Add brown on the eyelids with a sponge and drag it out a bit to blend and create the appearance of fur. Apply the same color around the outer edge of the face, again dragging the sponge to suggest fur. Use the edge of the sponge to add the brow and nose wrinkles and shade under the eyes.

3 – Using a sponge, apply black fur strokes right over the brown at the outer edge of the face. Use the edge of the sponge to fi ll in the brows. Then paint the werewolf’s nose on the tip of the actual nose as well as beneath it to extend the nasal cavity and create the illusion of a snout.

4 – Paint the fur using a no. 3 round and black, dragging the brush from the outside in toward the face. Define the wrinkles, teeth and nose with thin linework.

5 – Whiten the teeth and add highlights to the nose using a no. 3 round. Black in the ears and neck with a sponge to complete the look.

For more fun, scary and otherwise awesome face painting ideas, download our free guide, Body Painting: Free Guide to Face Painting, Body Art, Costume Makeup And More!

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