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There can never be too many Disney costumes on Halloween.
There can never be too many Disney costumes on Halloween.
If you don't know what to wear on , forget about traditional costumes and instead consider a detailed look.
Every October, and enthusiasts alike take to Instagram to showcase their creativity, sharing everything from spooky special effects makeup to easy DIY looks.
And if you're not highly skilled in makeup application, that's OK. These looks are all customizable, and can be tailored to your skills and the makeup you already own. To help you plan your look, we've rounded up 23 of the best Halloween makeup looks that you should try.
This Harley Quinn makeup look is easy enough to DIY.
Created by makeup artist Leanne Cooper, this Harley Quinn makeup look can be recreated with minimal beauty products. Simply apply red eye shadow to one eye, and blue eye shadow to the other.
For the finishing touches, smudge a classic red lipstick past your mouth to create a cartoonish smile, and create fake face tattoos using black liquid eyeliner.
Take your Minnie Mouse costume to the next level with this eye look.
You can use face paint to create a Spider-Man costume.
Don't freak out if you don't have time to pick up a costume this year. Makeup artist Saige Allison created this Spider-Man look that can be achieved almost entirely with face paint.
It might take a little more time than putting on a Spider-Man bodysuit, but using red and black makeup to create the superhero's signature mask — paired with a purple lipstick and red eye shadow — will make your costume stand out from the rest.
Showcase your colorful personality with this fairy makeup look.
This makeup gives the impression that you jumped straight out of a Wonder Woman comic.
Scare all your friends this Halloween by drawing giant spiders on your face.
If you don't want to wear a full costume, get festive with your makeup.
Whether you have to work or just don't feel like wearing an elaborate costume, makeup artist Emily Mulgrew has the perfect solution for you.
Mulgrew ditched a costume completely and instead created a bold winged look using orange eye shadow and black eyeliner. She also drew bats along her cheekbone, which can be customized with any traditional Halloween character.
You don't have to cover yourself in purple face paint to dress as Violet Beauregarde from "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."
"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" has the potential to inspire tons of Halloween costumes, but makeup enthusiast Ellie Addis found particular inspiration in the bubblegum-chewing Violet.
To recreate her look, brush a bright purple eyeshadow across your nose, packing a lot of color on top and blending the excess out towards your cheeks. Add a blonde bob wig, pack of bubblegum, and blue jacket, and people will be doing double-takes.
This galaxy makeup will work for a number of costumes.
Regardless of what space-inspired costume you'd like to wear this Halloween, makeup artist Phumudzo Mudau has got you covered.
To replicate her galactic look, simply use blue eye shadow on one eye and pink eye shadow on the other. Blend the two on each cheek, and use white eyeliner to create stars and dots across your face.
Animal looks can be simple and easy to recreate.
Makeup enthusiast Abby Collier created a deer-inspired makeup look that's perfect to wear on Halloween.
After applying your favorite foundation, use a cream white eye shadow crayon to create spots across your forehead. From there, go for a shimmery neutral shadow on your eyes, and use a dark eye shadow to create the appearance of a deer nose and lip.
If you're dressing as a scarecrow this Halloween, keep your outfit simple and go all out on your makeup.
Makeup artist Shonna Mallia created this scarecrow makeup costume with bold bronzer and dark lipstick. Highlighter, blush, and false lases are also used to add some glam to the look.
To replicate the most crucial aspect of this look, use a black eyeliner pencil to create stitches everywhere — from your forehead, to your nose, and lips.
Make sure you have plenty of glitter for your unicorn costume.
For those dressing as unicorns this October, take inspiration from makeup enthusiast Yara Debs. To recreate her glitzy unicorn look, all you'll really need is your everyday makeup, a bright lipstick, and lots of glitter.
To keep your makeup shining throughout the entire holiday, prime your face with a tacky primer, and use a sponge to spread a rainbow highlighter across the side of your face.
This ice cream-inspired makeup will take some time to apply.
Melted ice cream might not be the first costume choice, but this look from makeup enthusiast Katie March will push it to the top of your list.
It's worth noting that this costume may be easier for advanced makeup artists, but anyone can create their own version of this look by using brightly-colored face paint, eyeliner, and eye shadow.
You can dress as a clown without being scary.
Makeup enthusiast Kaitlyn Belin created a look that puts a pink glam twist on the traditional clown costume. To wear this look, simply brush pink eye shadow on your forehead down to your checks in a C-motion.
Use that same shadow to coat your eyelids, and draw triangles above and under each eye with a purple eyeliner pencil. You can create the rest of the look with drugstore face paint.
Recreate one of Ariana Grande's most famous looks with this makeup.
This look is perfect to wear to a work function or family Halloween outing.
Dressing as a witch may seem like a tired choice, but makeup artist Sophie Sieh created an autumnal witch look that is more glam than wicked. The best part is that you can easily replicate this look by making use of pumpkin-colored shadows, matching blush, and winged liner.
To create the stars, simply take a white eyeliner pencil and draw them wherever you'd like.
Those dressing as Princess Shuri from "Black Panther" will want to check out this makeup look.
Makeup artist and cosplayer Lucia Marte created the perfect Princess Shuri look that works for both conventions and Halloween. It's also easy enough to apply yourself.
Simply apply purple, pink, and yellow eye shadow to your lids, and use a white cream eyeliner to create dots across your face. Pair with a pink nude lip, and you're set.
You don't need a ton of fake blood to pull off this vampire look.
This vampire look created by makeup artist Emma Shepherd is simple but effective. To replicate the look, start with foundation that's a shade lighter than you normally wear to give you a ghoulish effect.
Then pack a black shadow on your eyelid, and create lines with a burgundy lip liner down towards your cheeks. Finally, color your lips red and pop in some fake fangs to complete the look.
Relive your favorite '90s memories with this beauty look.
Created by makeup artist Nia Mulan, this makeup look will give you the perfect excuse to sing your favorite '90s songs all Halloween night.
To recreate it at home, stock up on some neon eye shadow, bright lipstick, and black liquid liner. To create the classic '90s shapes across your cheeks, use highly pigmented eyeliner pencils to draw squiggles, triangles, and any other geometric shapes.
With this makeup look, trick or treaters will surely confuse you with actress Madelaine Petsch.
Put your own spin on Captain America's classic suit.
Tons of people dress as their favorite superheroes on Halloween, but this look created by artist Melanie Wilkinson might make you forget about them and dress as Captain America instead.
Of course, you'll need a lot of blue face paint to create Steve Roger's mask. But for the rest of your makeup, stick to a simple look consisting of mascara, eyebrow products of your choice, and a bold red lipstick.
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