Need some help with face painting with an Easter theme? We have written some tips to make your Easter face painting egg-cellent!
Best colours and designs
Generally try to stick to soft pastel colours. Pinks, purples, blues and yellows are all perfect. When we think Easter, we think soft pretty colours, so try to stay away from your neons and metallics. Easter designs tend to be outside scenes. Picture meadows, rolling hills, gentle trees. Use lots of soft colours like pinks, purples, teals and soft yellow.
Top Easter Designs
- The Easter Bunny
- Easter scene, like easter eggs in a field
- A giant easter Egg
- Hot Cross Bun
Can you adapt your regular designs to have an easter theme? Try painting a butterfly with a soft pastel rainbow like Diamond FX Tropical Rainbow, and add little tiny easter eggs on the wings. Draw a regular bunny face, and add a cute bow tie and hearts in the ears instead of a regular ear shape. Paint a stunning sunrise, but with soft pastel colours.
Top 5 tips for Easter Face Painting
- Use Soft pastel colours
- Use designs that can be recognised like The Easter Bunny
- Consider landscape and scene designs like meadows and sunrises
- Have fun with novelty designs like painting a giant Easter Egg or a Hot Cross Bun
- Limit sparkles and glitter as they will take away the soft pastel effect.
The Face Paint Shop also has two Easter face painting kits with everything in it you’ll need. If you are starting from scratch and need everything, try the Ultimate Easter Bunny Kit . If you just need to top up a few items try the Easter Refill Kit. Covered!