A simple face paint design that is eternally popular with children, even older children think it's cool to be a tiger. The key to making it look impressive is the gradual blending from orange to yellow to white. Keep your sponge slightly damp, and this will be very easy.
Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's
Orange face paint
Yellow face paint
Black face paint
White face paint
Dampen your sponge and load it generously with orange face paint. Sponge it on around the outside of the face.
Dampen the sponge again and load with yellow face-paint in a clean spot. Blend this with the edge of the orange, bringing the yellow further in to the face, over the eyes and chin.
Using another sponge, dampen it and load up with white face paint. Sponge this in the centre of the face, again blending well around the edge with the yellow.
Mix some black and white face paint to make light grey, and paint on a muzzle around the mouth, using a brush.
Clean off the brush and load up with black.
Paint 5 stripes on the forehead, these can be quite thick and slightly unevenly sized in width.
Paint 4 smaller stripes on the chin.
Fill the tip of the nose in in black, and paint a line from nose down to the mouth.
Paint the top lip black, and dot black spots around the mouth in the grey muzzle.
Paint 3 stripes on either side of the mouth for whiskers.
Paint 3 lines along the eyelid and edge of the eye.