9 Last-Minute Halloween Looks For Slackers
- Next1 of 10Courtesy of Summer Kellsey/Michelle Phan/Emma Pickles
- Previous Next2 of 10Courtesy of Promise Phan
- Previous Next3 of 10Courtesy of Michelle Phan
- Previous Next4 of 10Courtesy of Emma Pickles
- Previous Next5 of 10Courtesy of Michelle Phan
- Previous Next6 of 10Courtesy of Alexys Yew
- Previous Next7 of 10Courtesy of Alexys Yew
- Previous Next8 of 10Courtesy of Michelle Phan
- Previous Next9 of 10Courtesy of Promise Phan
- Previous Next10 of 10Courtesy of Summer Kellsey
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Pretty Scary1 of 10
By Sara Tan
Still undecided what to dress up as this Halloween? Don't panic: We asked top beauty bloggers to share their costume-inspired makeup tutorials. These last-minute ideas will transform your look and trump any store-bought getup.
Big Mouth2 of 10
Here's a look that's a real conversation starter, courtesy of Promise Phan's creepy stretched lips. Start by painting your mouth pink with Make Up For Ever's Flash Color Palette. With the black color, create the shape of the stretched lips by filling the inside of your mouth and winging it out to the side. Extend your lips by painting a pink "mouth." Use the white paint to draw teeth inside the black space. Clean up your new pucker by dabbing concealer and powder around it.
Zombie Barbie3 of 10
Michelle Phan's zombie Barbie tutorial is two-fold: First, create the perfect Barbie "prom queen" look, with bright eye shadow, fake lashes, Coastal Scents blush and NYX pink gloss. For fake wounds, dip three or four layers of ripped tissue paper into latex liquid onto your face and neck. Lightly paint foundation over it. When the tissue dries, use scissors to carefully cut a "wound" and paint a mixture of red, brown, purple and black shadows for a gory look. Swipe dark eye shadow around your eyes, nose and mouth. Finish by applying fake blood to your wounds and white cosmetic contact lenses.
Pop Art4 of 10
With a steady hand and patience, you can transform yourself into a Roy Lichtenstein comic book character, thanks to beauty vlogger Emma Pickles. Start by painting on thick, neat eyebrows with black liquid liner. With the same liner, outline your nose, ears, lips and face, drawing in cheekbones and a chin to appear two-dimensional. Using Urban Decay's shiny purple shadow, cover each lid completely for a pop of color. Next, paint the top of your lids with a thin winged black line. With red paint, fill in lips and cover your face with dots. Complete the look by spraying hair with yellow dye.
Queen of Darkness5 of 10
For a versatile look that's appropriately dark for Halloween, try Michelle Phan's gothic-inspired makeup. Start by applying matte gray and brown shadow to the creases of your eye. Then sweep teal shadow across your lids for a pop of color and line your bottom waterline with gold. Apply winged eyeliner and generous coats of mascara. The vampy look isn't complete unless you fill your lips in with red liner. Paint over with a deep red lipstick, then layer black lipstick over the red to end up with a dark cherry color.
Spider Queen6 of 10
For Alexys Fleming's spooky yet sexy look, begin by applying red shadow onto your eyelids, blending it all the way to the brow. Blend purple and black shadow into your crease. Use BH Cosmetics Pencil Eyeliner in Onyx to line eyes, following their natural shape. Intensify the look by filling in brows with black liner. Draw spiders on your face using black gel liner (Yew did one beneath her eye and by her mouth). Finish the look by filling in lips with dark red lipstick and lining the edges with a black liner.
Hello Kitty7 of 10
Want to look cute rather than creepy? MadeYewLook's Alexys Fleming has a charming take on Hello Kitty. Start by sweeping a white shadow (she uses Mehron's Paradise Makeup Palette) under your brow, followed by blending pink in your crease. Apply white shadow to lids and line your waterline with NYX's white pencil. Paint a thin cat-eye with black shadow and apply false eyelashes. Use yellow shadow to highlight the bottom of your eyes. With MAC's body paint, paint a yellow cat nose. Paint whiskers on with NYX's black liner and apply rhinestones along the lines using eyelash glue.
Dia De Los Muertos8 of 10
In honor of the Day of the Dead, Michelle Phan re-creates the colorful look of Mexican sugar skulls. To copy this, start by tracing a large outline over each eye with deep blue eyeliner, later filling it in with blue face paint. Create a gradient to the top of your brow bone with MicaBeauty's blue gel liner. With white opaque face paint, cover the rest of your face and set it with white powder. With a variety of different face paint colors and a thin brush, get creative with your designs, painting roses, crosses and scalloped edges.
Breakfast at Tiffany's9 of 10
To achieve Promise Phan's classic Holly Golightly look, generously fill in your eyebrows with a brown eyebrow pencil. Next, apply white shadow to the inner corner of your lids, followed by black, to the crease of your eye, creating a rounded shape. Using Be a Bombshell's liquid eyeliner, create a thick line on your upper eyelid. Finish eyes with full false eyelashes. Highlight your cheekbones with pink blush and apply mauve lipliner to mimic Hepburn's pout. Complete the look by pinning hair into a bun and adding a pearl necklace.
Lady Lioness10 of 10
Embrace your wild side with Summer Kellsey's fierce look. Use brown eyeshadow to contour the sides of your nose and cheekbones. Using NYX's white eyeliner pencil, draw a thick line on your waterline. Create a dramatic cat-eye with Milani's black liquid liner, extending it to the inner corner of your eye. Rub the white pencil all around your mouth area and chin, as if you were drawing a mustache and beard, then set it with white eyeshadow for a lighter colored snout. Draw a heart around your nose with black liner and fill it in. Use the liner to create dots where a lion's whiskers would be.