10 Halloween Makeup Looks to Get You in The Trick-or-Treating Mood
Halloween is right around the corner!
Do you have your outfit already picked out? Well, if you don’t, no need to worry. We searched the World Wide Web just for you and hand selected a series of frightening looks. The best part? None of these require you to get dressed up. Check out these 10 Halloween inspired makeup looks.
- Roy Lichtenstein
This is a rather easy look to accomplish and can be paired up with a simple outfit in your wardrobe. Just grab some colorful face paint and black eyeliner. You’ll look like a real-life Roy Lichtenstein painting in seconds.
- Ventriloquist Doll
You’ll conquer the Halloween game by dressing as a ventriloquist doll. The makeup is also pretty easy, but does require some seriously huge eyelashes. Top off the costume with a frilly black dress and you’re good to go.
Between IT and American Horror Story, clowns are all the rage this year. Dress up the spooky look by extending the corners of your lips. You’ll be pretty and scary, all at the same time.
- Adorable Deer
Throw your hair up into two fun buns and add this adorable makeup. Have a significant other? You can make them dress up as a hunter or car headlights for a perfect couple’s costume.
- Fortune Teller
It’s gruesome but gorgeous! This fortuneteller look will really awaken your third eye. We aren’t too sure how she managed to get that eye to stay, but there’s probably a telling YouTube tutorial.
Who doesn’t love the crazy spirit? With the help of the character’s core colors, green and purple, you’ll look like a chic version of the undead. Make sure to add a little cockroach for an extra effect.
- Web Eye
For those who don’t like costumes, but still want to get festive – this one is for you! This may be a little bit more complicated than the other looks. Test it out, you may be surprised by your makeup skills.
- Sparkly Skeleton
Glitz up an ordinary skeleton costume by adding some sparkles. You can accomplish this look by purchasing the glitter color of your choice and eyeliner. Just like that, you’ll look like a fancy bone structure.
With colors that match your hair color, you can accomplish a basic werewolf. Use the pencil to contour your face in fake fuzz. People will be questioning if there’s a full moon.
- Harley Quinn
You could pull this outfit off at work too! Just buy red and blue eyeshadows as well as hairspray. You’ll be saying “puddin” before you know it!
Sarah is a Hufflepuff living in NYC. When she is not traveling or talking to random animals, she is working as a script writer. Tweet her at @lumpyspacederp