How to Make Your Halloween Makeup Scary Good

October 12, 2017 • Look Good / Beauty

For that drop dead gorgeous Halloween look that will last all night long.

Want to take your Halloween makeup to the pro-levels this year? For beauty aficionados, what better excuse than Halloween to start experimenting with some of your most eccentric products and makeup techniques. If you’re searching for some costume inspiration, we’ve highlighted our favorite killer looks, makeup tutorials and beauty tricks below to ensure your Halloween is spook-tacular.

 

BATWOMAN

For this batwoman makeup tutorial, precision is key. Achieve this sultry look with the help of face paint, some artistic paint brushes that you can find at a craft store and eye shadow in hues of deep purple and gold. In order to keep your design in place all night, make sure to coat your face with a layer of makeup setting spray when you’re finished.

 

BUNNY

If you want to go from being a basic bunny to a work of art without using any face paint, this tutorial has the answer. However, if you don’t have all these products sitting in your vanity, try recreating this look using white lipstick, pink eye shadow, white eyeliner and rose-tinted highlighter for that extra halloween glow.

 

HALF SKELETON

This hauntingly good half skeleton look is sure to make heads turn. Using black and white face paint on one side of the face and your everyday makeup on the other, become a costume makeup pro with this easy tutorial. Some helpful tools to achieve this look are to alternate between 3 or 4 paint brushes with different widths on different areas of the face to create a more 3D illusion.

 

POP-ART

Become a cartoon version of yourself with this pop-art goddess makeup tutorial. For this cool makeup trick, the key is to use a thick eye liner pencil when applying white dots around the face. This tutorial makes looking like you came straight out of an Andy Warhol painting easier than ever.

 

 

Now go on and get that Hallo-winning look.


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Born and bred in Buffalo, New York, Mollie is a self-diagnosed coffee addict who loves exploring new places and taking selfies with her dog Archie.

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