Halloween Make-Up Slay 2.0

We're back with more of our favourite looks.

@daianakir

@daianakir keeps thing Wicked in this incred Witchy creation. Pack on the green body paint and steal her style with matching contacts and lashes.

@roxettearisa

You don’t have to terrify to slay this Halloween, as @roxettearisa shows with this gorge feline look. The catseye make-up and subtle whiskers keep things simple but pretty, for those who don’t want to spend five hours in front of the mirror scaring up.

@jamiegenevieve

@jamiegenevieve goes skeletal, looking on point with this look. Focus on a smoky eye and skull effects to really make the face pop.

@jillmariemakeup

Channeling an iconic Kim K Halloween look, @jillmariemua looks amaze with this bare bones body art. Use black and white paints to achieve the look. Add some glitter to the eyes and mouth if you want to glam up.

@maritza_alis

Awaken the dead in style like @maritza_alis ‘s inspired Day of the Dead artistry. Take inspiration from the infamous Mexican candy skull tradition and add a huge flower garland to truly get in the party spirit. Patterned make-up is a must.

@lindasteph

@lindasteph goes for a deathly dark contour teamed with incred pink hair. Use an angled brush to maximise the gaunt look, sweeping white powder above the cheekbones.

@lora_arellano

@lora_arellano look 10/10 vamp with this slayin’ look. Her take on the Day of the Dead theme is dark and moody, with deep shadows and contour. Use hella’ highlighter to get a stand-out contrast and top with a flower garland (ofc).

@ssssamanthaa

@ssssamanthaa keeps things creepy, channelling every scary horror film we were ever forced to watch at sleepovers. This ouija inspired look is made even more terrifying with a third eye and dramatic eyes, we think it looks killa’.

@chynafacemua

Our fave girl @chynafacemua showed us how it’s done yesterday, when she came down to EGO HQ to show us this super glam take on a Halloween face. Keep the contour on point with dark shades, whilst blending pink and purple shadows for a bruised effect. Add glitter to be the Halloqueen of the party. To catch @chynafacemua demonstrating more scary looks, check out our Facebook page here >>>>>.

 

Missed the first Halloween Make-Up Inspo List? Recap here.

 

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