11 Halloween Eye Makeup Looks to Try
As much as we love getting all dressed up, no Halloween look is complete without the makeup. Sometimes all you need is that subtle finishing touch. Try these 11 Halloween eye makeup ideas to really turn heads at your costume party.
Skip the messy spiderweb house decor, and opt for creepy-crawly Halloween eye makeup instead. This design 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.
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Batman gets a pretty makeover with this bat mask tutorial from My Cherry Style. This Halloween makeup 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.
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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 eye 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.
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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay
We can't get over Katniss Everdeen's stunning makeup in The Hunger Games triology. Channel your inner phoenix through this eye makeup. Put on your best tribute outfit, and follow this tutorial for a winning Halloween look.
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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.
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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 look, try this Halloween eye makeup from xSparkage.
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Candy Corn Eyes
Not into costumes but still want to show some spirit for the spooky night? Check out this simple and pretty Halloween 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.
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Queen of Hearts
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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 this lip look using cream makeup and a set of false lashes. Follow her tutorial, slip into your costume, and you'll have all eyes on you.
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