Easy Leopard — Makeup & Face Painting Tutorial

Easy Leopard — Makeup & Face Painting Tutorial


[Music] hello everyone this is Olga welcome back on my youtube channel today I’m going to share how to paint in this beautiful leopard mask so the first step again I’ll start with is I’m using a sponge and purchase white and applying it in a metal area I will also apply some white over my eyebrows and in the outer corners of the eyes applying Tiger color on the rest of my face [Music] applying steampunk in some of the areas of the mask I decided to do the nose of the leopard a little bit Monty friendly I’m usually doing for the Wildcats and you’ve seen me painting the nose for the tiger just regular black but for this kind of design I’m going to use marshmallow pink and a number three run brush and to pain the nose in pink so what I’m doing is I’m covering the nostrils as well as going underneath the nose and adding a little piece over there for painting the eyes I’m covering the eyelids with black and then looking up to get the print and following the shape of that print and outlining all that region with black [Music] for making the outline underneath the eyes and bringing a line coming from the outer corners of the eyes in towards the center and I’m pulling the brush then pressing there I have kind of a little triangular shape and then pulling it the way I have a sharp point at the end outlining the nose now and I’m bringing two lines from the sides and making sure that I have a very sharp point in the center I’m dividing the muzzle area now and then bringing two black lines on the sides of the top lip and pressing at the ends of that now outlining the muzzle and bringing a curved line on one side and then on the other side make sure that the lines are really symmetrical and I’m usually not finishing to bring the line right up to the inner corner of the eyes I’m usually bringing a small line that is connecting from the top coming to the bottom for painting the leopard spots in the right place I would suggest you to look at a real picture of a real leopard and make sure that you place them in the right position so I’m usually starting with applying the spots on the top of the eyebrows and those will be the largest ones and then I will fill in all the rest of the area with smaller spots working around and also make sure that you make them symmetrical you have to work on the left side and on the right side make sure that the supposed a placed higher are bigger and as well as those that placed on the outer corners of the face also larger and once you move in toward the center of the face it’s possible becomes smaller and smaller and I’m using a number three round brush and strong black for painting spots [Music] [Music] [Music] using the same brush and strong black am outlining the shape of the things I like painting realistic muscles that’s why I’m using strong black again and applying dots in a row from the outer corner of the muzzle area in towards the center make sure that all these lines are connecting in one focal point in between the nose and the line that separates the muzzle area applying lipstick outlining the bottom lip with black and teaming that area with holographic glitter this is an optional step if you have time do that if not not necessary I’m blending the black on the bottom lip on the muzzle and also on the nose one more extra step is painting the whiskers I’m using a skinny brush and white and painting curved lines on the sides of the muscle area and then adding a couple of them in black all done i hope you enjoyed please like subscribe and comment and see you in my videos bye bye [Music]

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