These 5 Halloween Makeup Looks Are Trending on Pinterest
We have news for you: It's now October (can you believe it?), and that means you need to start planning your Halloween makeup look stat. Bored of your usual black cat get-up or transforming into a witch for the umpteenth time? Lucky for you, we've been informed by Pinterest that the following five looks are trending, and they're not your regular, bulk-standard Halloween ideas. Oh no, from Beetlejuice-inspired nails to the most stylish, whimsical dead doll we've ever seen, be prepared to up your beauty game with these looks. Trust us—if you're in need of inspiration, we have it right here.
Keep scrolling to see what the looks are and how you can re-create them.
Create your own version of the galaxy trend using a touch of pink, and then load up on Nyx Face and Body Glitter in Violet (£5) to get the full starry effect. Dreamy, quite literally.
We love the cobweb eye trend but want to take it one step further. Forget harsh black lines and invest in some gold leaf (£5) to create a cobweb effect like this incredible look.
Don't forget your nails—give them the Beetlejuice treatment this Halloween. Rimmel 60 Second Super Shine Polish in Black Out and White Hot (£5 each) are perfect for this look.
This look requires two things: patience and a long-lasting liquid eyeliner. Elf Intense Ink Eyeliner (£5) has the staying power, and its jet-black color is perfect for drawing in the deer nose.
Hands up if you love going all-out on Halloween? If so, this is the look for you. Channel John Galliano circa 2009 and give the dead doll a modern makeover. Spoiler: You're going to need a lot of product to pull this off. We love the Snazaroo Face and Body Paint in Sparkle White (£5). There's no need for fancy makeup here, just good old-fashioned face paint.