As a kid, I thought Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman was a total badass — I still do. She represented women in an industry that was run by male comic book characters like Batman, Superman, the Green Lantern, and Captain America. When Gal Gadot stepped into the iconic role this past June, it was to be expected she would inspire a resurgence of Wonder Woman Halloween costumes for adults and kids alike. But if your child asks to be the Princess of the Amazons, then you might need to know how to do Wonder Woman face paint for kids.
Of course, it's first important to assess the situation: Are you trying to be completely authentic to the Wonder Woman getup? Or is your child too young to sit through an hour of hair and makeup? Are you up for making a few DIY accessories or are you more concerned about finding a safe paint to use on your child's face? Knowing how you want to approach the costume will help you choose the best tools for creating the face paint of your kid's superhero dreams.
And if all else fails? Make sure they nail their Wonder Woman moves. Because nothing says Goddess Of Truth like some wicked spins and arm blocks.