Liquid eyeliners have such a multitude of uses don’t they? To pull off this look, you just need a good contouring palette and a liquid eyeliner. And there you are, a creepy contoured skull in under five minutes.
Ok, mermaids might not technically be scary but it’s our Halloween costume of choice anyway. Just grab some netting and your fave turquoise eyeshadow to create a scale effect then finish with all the glitter you can find.
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Considering so many of our celeb idols have been under the knife, we reckon this is pretty fitting. Full face of make-up, plus black eyeliner stitch marks and a bit of red lip gloss for the open wounds equals a solid Halloween make-up look. Check out the full tutorial by Shaaanxo on YouTube.
The scariness of this look is really all in how wide the mouth is. Draw on an extended mouth with liquid liner and take it up to your eyes for a monochrome twist on this year’s Pennywise obsession.
THE CLASSIC CAT
A cat might be a bit of a cop out, but this is one you can literally do on the bus on the way to the party if you’re feeling guilty for not dressing up at all.
A take on the classic Lichtenstein cartoon face pop-art trend by Madeyewlook on YouTube.
A ventriloquist’s dummy is fail safe way to freak everyone out without trying that hard. Check out the full tutorial by Madeyewlook on YouTube.
Essentially a lace mask, but the straight, thatched lines make it totally creepy. Again, a liquid eyeliner will do the trick.
If sugar skulls seem too complicated, how about a few stitches to become a voodoo doll? Actual voo doo doll not included.