When it comes to kids and Halloweens, face painting is always a sure hit. From superheroes, fairy princesses, animals, to favorite cartoon characters, this is a spooktacular and bootiful idea for a Halloween get-up. We’ve gathered a list of the best Halloween face painting ideas just for the little ones without requiring professional face painting skills.
1. Puppy Dog Face Paint
A perfect idea for kids who love animals (puppies).
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2. Dragon Face Painting
Who says kids only want to be knights with swords and shining armor?
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3. Snake Face Paint
Slithering snakes can also be a fun idea for Halloween face paint, don’t you think?
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4. Ladybug Face Paint
As much as snakes, ladybugs can also be an adorable face paint.
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5. Frozen Face Paint
Let your child’s inner Elsa out! Try this chilling Frozen-inspired look!
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7. Hello Kitty Face Paint
Everyone can surely recognize this classic look. Besides, who doesn’t know Hello Kitty?
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8. Ninja Turtle
This is perfect along with his three other turtle friends! Share this look with your sibling or a friend.
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9. Purple Floral Face Paint
A simple yet elegant choice.
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10. Elsa’s Crown
Channel your inner Queen Elsa with this look! Finish it off with a sheer blue gown and you’re ready to go!
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11. Elsa-inspired Face Paint
Crown’s a bit simple? Try to add other details for additional flair.
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Ah yes, the iconic friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. Complete this look with a spidey costume and you’re all set!
Want a different face paint? Try this sharktastic look and you’ll be amazed.
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14. Red Heart Face Paint
You don’t have to be scary or anything ghoulish for Halloween.
Halloween’s not just about black and orangey tones, it can also be colorful.
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16. Dragonfly Face Paint
For added flair and effect, apply glitter to the wings to make it pop!
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Cop this look with a pirate’s hat and a fake claw hand for added realism.
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I bet every girl would like this as face paint. For added effect, use gems and rhinestones!
A great choice for little girls who have a sweet spot for gardens and roses!
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20. Scary Skeleton
A classic Halloween look for every trickster out there.
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Paint your child’s face green, add a pointy hat and a broom and you’re ready to fly!
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A staple in every Halloween face paint. Don’t forget to put on some fake fangs for a more realistic effect!
23. Musical Notes
This is for every kid with a musical bone in their body.
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You can finish this look by painting in a green stalk and leaves, that is if you’re feeling artistic and confident.
Halloween doesn’t have to be dead-serious (pun intended).
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26. Bat Mask
If your child is feeling like Batman, then you should definitely try out this look.
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Every child who dreams of being an athlete would definitely want this face paint.
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Create a spooky yet funny vibe with this look. Finish the look with a balloon.
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29. Cat Face Paint
You can literally see this on every child’s face on Halloween. Add some cat ears/headband for added flair.
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Cop off this green adorable monster as face paint for Halloween!
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31. Little Red Riding Hood
The Big Bad Wolf will be a no-match for this Halloween-ified version of Little Red.
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Nov 19, 2019
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