Cats have extremely unique eyes. A very easy cat face paint design embraces simply surrounding the eyes with colored paint to fashion an almond shape. From there, the artist can add stripes, swirls, spots, rosettes or any other design to shroud the nose and portions at the edges of the cheekbones, to craft a cat mask. Lengthy lines could expand from the corners of the eyes, creating a Cleopatra look that's elaborated on by a black nose and lips with a glittery gold paint background.
The most distinguishing feature of many cat face paint designs is the mouth. It commences with two connecting C-shapes that totally cover the top lip, turning a human lip into a cat's split one. Whiskers stick out from the split lip, and black or pink lipstick complete the mouth. From that point, the possibilities are never-ending. The rest of the paint might show an Abyssinian’s stripes, brindled Tortoise Shell fur or something totally different.
Wild cat designs are among the trendiest. Tigers begin with a split-lip design on the upper lip and fangs projecting from the corner of the mouth. Whiskers often come from the upper split lip, and orange base accent black and white stripes. Nevertheless, some people have a preference for colored stripes, using green, red, purple or blue bases, with stripes and markings in different shades of the same tone. The same tends to go for cheetahs, leopards and jaguars. They instigate with the curving split lip and fangs, am orange or yellow base and brown or dark yellow rosettes or spots. Now and then painters adjust the designs to include colors of cats not found in nature--for example, pale pink fur with hot pink spots