One of the most popular Halloween icons is the beautiful, black cat. It’s the one time of the year black cat admirers can paint up their fact to resemble a black cat and not be considered crazy. To start out, draw a slim, slanted oval shape with golden face paint around each eye socket, taking caution not to get paint too close to the eyes. Paint in the area surrounding the golden eye ovals with black face paint, and cover the rest of the face. Let the black paint dry. Next add slender whiskers coming out of the nose and mouth area with silver face paint.
Another idea is to simply draw and fill in a gallant silhouette of a cat on the person's to celebrate the black cat. This variation is mostly suitable for a person who does not want face paint covering the whole face. Portray a hissing black cat with an arched back to suggest the chilling Halloween spirit. Embellish with added extras and details if you wish, depending upon your artistic preferences and creative capacity. Details you might use may include a grimacing jack o' lantern, a fence in need of painting even an orange cat.
Highlight the cat face paint job with a sassy addition such as a miniature pink tongue jutting out from the person's lower lip. Allow for an area to the side and below the person's mouth without cat face paint background color in the beginning of the makeup session.
There are other variants to the basic cat face. Use your imagination. You may even get a few ideas from the musical, Cats.