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Skip the messy spiderweb house decor, and opt for a creepy-crawly eye design instead. This makeup would look amazing with a black dress and killer pumps. Follow the tutorial, and if you're feeling a bit bare, glue a few small plastic spiders along your temple.
Photo: Goldie Starling
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Batman gets a pretty makeover with this bat mask tutorial from My Cherry Style. This tutorial takes a bit more time to get just right, and we recommend you have a mask or image to guide you along. It's totally worth it in the end. Just slip into an all-black outfit, tie on a cape, and bat those lashes.
Photo: My Cherry Style
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Liz Taylor's iconic role in the 1963 film "Cleopatra" produced a star and an iconic beauty look. We fell in love with the queen's seductive eyes the second we saw them—which was years later, obviously—and haven't forgotten them since. Re-create Cleopatra's makeup for Halloween with this tutorial from Pixiwoo.
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Create a sexy she-devil makeup look with this easy-to-follow tutorial. Just add a red dress, sparkly horns, and a badass attitude.
Photo: Julia Graf
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay
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We're preparing for the release of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay"—the third installation of the epic series—next month by channeling our inner phoenix through this eye makeup. Put on your best tribute outfit, and follow this tutorial for a winning Halloween look.
Photo: Vintage or Tacky
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We've always wanted to be Tinker Bell, and for one magical night, our dreams can come true. The unofficial queen of Disney's look is super easy to emulate. All you need: some green eye shadow, stick-on rhinestones, and a whole lot of pixie dust. Follow the tutorial here.
Photo: The Beauty Bybel
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We've seen a ton of Maleficent makeup tutorials for Halloween. The Disney villain is sure to be one of the most popular looks this year. If you're not into full-face Halloween makeup, try this eye-focused look from xSparkage.
Candy Corn Eyes
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Not into costumes but still want to show some spirit for the spooky night? Check out this simple and pretty eye makeup inspired by our favorite fall treat: candy corn. Tip: This makes a great daytime look for work or school before slipping into your costume at night. See the tutorial over at The Beauty Department.
Photo: The Beauty Department
Queen of Hearts
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Whether you're channeling "Alice In Wonderland" or looking to add a bit of color to a casual Halloween outfit, this Queen of Hearts makeup tutorial will add extra oomph to your look.
Photo: Katie Alves
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Add a subtle pop of color to an otherwise everyday makeup look with this peacock tutorial. Simplymodish created the look with five colors and a lot of blending—extra points if you paint your hair and throw in some feathers.
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Two eyes not enough for you? Try this freaky lip design from Psycho Sandra. She created the lip look using cream makeup and a set of falsie lashes. Follow her tutorial, slip into your costume, and you'll have all eyes on you.
Photo: Psycho Sandra