4 Easy Halloween Makeup Ideas

Our in-house beauty experts share last-minute, simple DIY Halloween looks you can create with the makeup you may already have on hand.

We asked a few of our in—house beauty experts and a special guest influencer for ideas for fun DIY Halloween looks to create using just a few makeup essentials. They did not disappoint. Read on for tips for these cute, clever and adorable last-minute Halloween looks for all skin types.

Sultry Scarecrow

Sultry Scarecrow

Time: 5 minutes
Ann B., Web Content Editor
Products used: Velvet Skin Coat, Liquid Eyeliner EX

"I like this look because it's super easy to draw on, and it only uses a couple of products. It's a cute version of something people think of as scary!"

step 1

Ann starts with a fresh, un—made—up face.

step 2

Prime and prep for a long—lasting look.

step 3

Using liner, trace a thin line out across your cheeks, crossing the lines at alternating intervals.

step 4

Don't forget to line your eyes!

step 5

A bold red lipstick goes on cheeks, nose and lips.

Bambi Bae

Bambi Bae

Time: 5 minutes
Khandeece L., Assistant Digital Marketing Manager
Products used: Velvet Skin Coat, Q10 Moisture Care Liquid Foundation EX, Liquid Eyeliner EX

"This one looks like a lot of effort went into it, but it was so easy. The contrasting color of the spots looks cool."

step 1

Khandeece is ready to go!

step 2

Prime, prep and mattify.

step 3

Use a cotton swab and a lighter—color foundation to easily paint on deer spots.

step 4

Liner creates a perfectly pert and shiny black nose.
Pop on an antler headband and you're done.

Kawaii Kitty

Kawaii Kitty

Time: 5 minutes
Amanne S., Communications Manager
Products used: Velvet Skin Coat, Liquid Eyeliner EX, Mascara Perfect Pro Double Protection, Rich Eye Zone Care Pack, Lip Cream

"This look is easy, fun and playful. You can make it even more playful by adding a winged liner."

step 1

Amanne's face is primed and ready for her anything—but—basic cat makeup look.

step 2

Sketch on a nose and whiskers with liner.

step 3

Coat lashes with Japanese tube—technology mascara for a flirty gaze.

step 4

De—puff and moisturize while you party with a sheet mask.

step 5

Glide on a lip balm by itself or under lipstick.

Pretty Pop Art

Pretty Pop Art

Time: 30 minutes
Ashlee C., Social Media Influencer
Products used: Velvet Skin Coat, Q10 Moisture Care Liquid Foundation EX, Liquid Eyeliner EX

"I love this look because it's so unique and even though it appears complicated, with a little patience it's easy to execute and only uses a couple of products!"

step 1

Ashlee starts with her basic makeup over a primed face.

step 2

Draw on a bold, black brow.

step 3

Bright coral/red matte shadow comes next.

step 4

Create a precise cut—crease look with more black liner.

step 5

Black liner and white highlighter give your features a '50s comic look.

step 6

More liner! Now's not the time to be shy.

step 7

Use liner to apply dots in a grid pattern …

step 8

And more dots …

step 9

A black line around your lips preps them for bright red lipstick.

step 10

Add a wig for a pop of pop—art color!

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