Trick or Treat? Quick and Easy Costume Tips for Halloween
To Make a Cartoon Mouth 1. Follow steps 1 and 2 above, opting for a less-defined heart shape and choosing a different lip color, as desired. Bold and bright colors work best for this look. 2. Next outline your lips with a black liner and accentuate all the lines in your lip, as shown in the photo. Be sure to outline the inside of your lips. 3. Finally add the white lines to create a shine effect. This could be the hardest part. Start small. You can always add more.
Smile Big This look is versatile and can be used with many costumes. You can make it as scary or funny or realistic as you want. Supplies: black eyeliner, white face paint 1. Paint the smile in white across your mouth. You can make this big or small, and you can have some fun by changing the shape! 2. Now use your eyeliner to create the black outlines of your big smile. Be sure to draw in teeth and outline the overall shape for a more dramatic effect! 3. Have fun with this one. There are so many options for this look to make it just for you!
The Tooth Fairy Want to get your kids excited about dental hygiene during this Halloween season? We have just the costume for you to make, and it‚Äôs easy ‚Äî we promise! Supplies: sparkly shoes; black leggings; a black, long-sleeve shirt; a wand and fairy wings; white and pink felt; googly eyes; fabric glue; safety pins (or fabric glue); a black pen; and a tutu. 1. Draw a tooth shape onto the white felt, keeping in mind the size. Depending on who this is for, you‚Äôll want to make sure it fits onto the black, long-sleeve shirt. Then cut out that tooth shape. 2. Next cut two small pink felt circles for the ‚Äúblushing cheeks‚Äù of the tooth. Glue those on to the tooth shape, and draw a smile between those cheeks. 3. Glue on the googly eyes; now your tooth should have a face! 4. Secure this to the black shirt, using your safety pins or a fabric glue. 5. Then you‚Äôll want to add a tutu and wings ‚Äî and of course ‚Äî a magical wand. Whatever you and your family decide to be for Halloween this year, Smiles Dental wishes you a fun and safe holiday weekend!