Fun Face Painting Techniques For Kids Under 3

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Did you think face painting a child under 3 would be impossible? Actually it’s not! With these Fun Face Painting Techniques For Kids Under 3, you’ll be able to spend some fun, quality time with your toddler. Not too much time painting, you have to be quick and we’ll show you how here, but they’ll have fun watching in the mirror and then pretending they’re a tiger (or whatever you decide to paint for them) using these techniques. It’s easy, quick and fun!

Fun Face Painting Techniques For Kids Under 3 – Easy Tiger Face Paint Tutorial

First of all, it’s really important to create a relaxing environment. Gently stroke their face, and use a calm voice. Gently place your hand on their head so you can hold them steady and feel if they are about to move. I you feel it, take your brush off of their face really quickly.

Be quick, young kids are especially impatient. Load our brush with paint before you begin.

Have a hand mirror for them to see the process.

Be encouraging and use positive feedback. Paris, praise, praise by saying “Good job! You’re staying so still!”

If they’re wiggly, tell them,”let’s shake the wiggles out!” and then go back to painting when they settle down.

These are some of the tips you can get from the Fun Face Painting Techniques For Kids Under 3 video here.

We hope you enjoy it and would love to see or hear about your results in the comments below.

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6 thoughts on “Fun Face Painting Techniques For Kids Under 3

  1. I would LOVE to try this on my kids- especially my toddler! Your paints are amazing! You are very talented!!! I am a MUA and an oil painter and I am so impressed!

  2. I love this post and all the techniques you offer. =) It just may be possible to paint my active 3 1/2 year-old nephew’s face. haha. He would love it! I am enjoying your blog. Awesome content and photos!

  3. What a fabulous face painting look! So exciting and creative. I no longer have little ones at home, but I would love to recreate this look on my nieces or nephews. Thank you for sharing this wonderful artistic inspiration! 🙂

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