Halloween Makeup: Witch, Vampire or Zombie?

Halloween costumes have become somewhat of a competitive sport here in the UK- we’re talking makeup tutorials, YouTube videos and even Buzzfeed posts dedicated to creating the perfect spooky outfit.

But you don’t have to be a beauty pro in order to look the part this Halloween; we’ve researched the best Halloween makeup products from the web to create the perfect witch, vampire and zombie face in an instant.


Going witchy doesn’t have to mean going totally green: a splash of emerald on the eyes and nails- balanced by some bewitching black embellishment- is the easiest way to transform your face.


Max Factor Wild Eyeshadow, £4.99 from Boots | Rimmel London Thick and Thin Eyeliner, £5.49 from Boots | Eyelure Halloween Batwing Lashes, £4.64 from Superdrug | Makeup Revolution Black Lipstick, £1 from Superdrug | Face Lace, £16 from ASOS | Elegant Touch Halloween Nails, £7.10 from Feelunique.com



Blood red lips and nails, smoky eyes and jet black hair combine to make the perfect vampy look this Halloween- don’t forget the face lace for a spooky addition.

House of Holland Vamp Nails, £8.99 from ASOS | Superdrug Black Hairspray, £2.99 | Eyelure Spooky Halloween Lashes, £4.64 from Superdrug | Lord and Berry Slate Eyeshadow, £10 from Beauty Expert | Face Lace Broom Chicks, £10 ASOS | Beauty UK Lipstick Vampire, £3.49 from Superdrug


Whip out the face paint, dribble on the fake blood and chalk up your hair to look dead-scary as a fully-fledged zombie this Halloween.


Pink Hair Chalk, £4 from Boohoo.com | Stage blood, £3.99 from Allfancydress.com | Black and white face paint, both £2.70 from Amazon | Barry M Nail Polish, £2.99 from ASOS  | Cosmetic sponge set, £4 from Boots

What are you dressing up as this Halloween?

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