Spider Face Paint Tutorial

Author: Dana McGorlick-Appelman  Date Posted:27 October 2021 

Looking for a kid-friendly last-minute Halloween look for spooky season?

We asked our resident professional makeup artist and art shed team member Kate to create an easy-to-follow spider face painting look that is perfect for Halloween, kid’s parties and more!

 

Want to see the tutorial in action? Watch the Tiktok video here.

 

You will need:

Mont Marte Face n Body Paint Kit 6 colours - Bright

Mont Marte Kids Face Painting Set - Bright

MM Gallery Series Acrylic Brushes in varied sizes and shapes

TAG Sponge

 

Spider Face Paint Tutorial:

Step 1. Using a white eyeliner or a small detail brush and the white from the Mont Marte Face n Body palette in Bright, sketch out a tear drop shape around the eye

Step 2. Using a white eyeliner or white from the Face n Body palette in Bright, sketch out the larger portion of the mask shape, creating a curve from the top of the hairline to the chin.

Step 3. Using the white from the Mont Marte Face n Body palette, fill in the inner shape around eye.

Step 4. Fill in the outer mask shape using the red shade from the Mont Marte Face n Body palette in Bright. You can blend and add more colour using the TAG sponge if needed.

Step 5. Using a detail brush and the black from the Mont Marte Face n Body Palette in Bright, create half of a spider and legs in the middle of the face.

Step 6. Once the red paint is dry, you can then create lines to make a web on top of the red paint once the red paint is dry. Opt for a small liner brush and black face paint for this.

Step 7. Finish the large spider design on the other side of the face using the black from the Face n Body palette in Bright.

Step 8. You can either repeat the mask design on the other side of the face, or create a new look, such as a simple web and spiders using the black from the Face n Body palette in Bright.

Step 9. You can highlight curves on the design of the spider using a detail brush and the white from the Kids Face Painting palette in Bright.

Step 10. Add finishing highlights to the mask by using the same white from the Kids Face Painting in Bright

Now you have your completed look! You could create the mask either using the Kids Face Painting palette in Bright or the Face n Body palette in Bright.

 

About the artist:

Kate Ryan is a makeup artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Kate has a unique flair, honed with an attention to detail that strives her to consistently enhance beauty and create something original.

She has experience working on films, music videos, editorial, bridal and event makeups. She’s highly driven and passionate about the makeup and hair industry which shows in her work.

Through her taught skills and gained experience she also has a knowledge in SFX makeup, wigs & hair.

Kate see’s makeup for what it is, an art form. You can find Kate:

On Instagram - @kateryanmua

Through her website - www.kateryanmua.com

Or on TikTok - @bambiandpixie

A massive thank you to Kate for creating this stunning look and tutorial!

 

Don't forget to show us your Face Paint looks by tagging us on Instagram @artshedonline for your chance to be featured!

Got questions? Send us an email at customerservice@artshedonline.com.au and our friendly team of artists will do their best to assist you. 

Happy creating, and have a spooky Halloween!

 

 


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