Halloween Fun: Wildcat - Master Class - iVillage Beauty Makeup Studio

Our Wildcat is a member of the felinicus deviticus (Latin for “animal who destroys furniture”). As a result, he or she is best kept out-doors. In addition, wildcats prefer to dress in leotards or tights with a bathrobe-belt tail.

STEP 1: The most important feature of this face is the black around the nose and mouth and the whisker holes, so get out you brush and start there. Before you put away the black, outline the eyes (while they-re relaxed and closed).

STEP 2: Since your cat is wild, the rest of the face is fairly free-form. Use your fingertip to splotch on yellow and orange around the cheeks and above the eyes. (yellow + red = orange).

STEP 3: Finish up with black again, dabbing it in a couple of squiggles around the color splotches with the brush.

Excerpted from Face Painting by the editors of Klutz. Reprinted with permission from Klutz, Inc. © 1990 John Cassidy

Connect with Us
Follow Our Pins

Yummy recipes, DIY projects, home decor, fashion and more curated by iVillage staffers.

Follow Our Tweets

The very dirty truth about fashion internships... DUN DUN @srslytheshow http://t.co/wfewf

On Instagram

Behind-the-scenes pics from iVillage.

Best of the Web