Vampire face paint for Halloween
To paint the vampire, first find a comfortable place to work and cover surfaces in case of spillages and mucky fingers. Using a water-based face paint is best as they wash off easily with soap and water. 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's no reaction in an hour or so, it should be safe to use. Wash the paint off with soap and warm water immediately if your child does experience any discomfort.
To create the vampire face paint idea you will need:
- A pot of clean water
- Water-based face paint in white, green, black, and red
- Face painting sponges
- 1 medium paintbrush
- 1 thin paintbrush
- Cotton wool
- An old towel, to put around their shoulders and stop their clothes getting mucky
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