10 Easy Halloween Makeup Looks That Can Be Worn With A Mask
Halloween Makeup Inspo: 10 Easy Looks You Can Rock With A Mask
The looks makeup artists create throughout spooky season are just mind blowing, but let’s be real, they’re not feasible for working a full day behind the chair. So for those of you who love to dress up on Halloween, we’re sharing 10 easy makeup looks (sans prosthetics) that can be worn with a mask because we are still living in a pandemic after all. From bedazzled spider webs to leopard print eyes, keep scrolling to see the inspo we pulled from Instagram!
1. Bat Winged Eyeliner // Makeup by @nikkietutorials
Meet winged eyeliner’s Halloween obsessed sister: Bat winged eyeliner. It requires patience (and some liquid eyeliner skills) to achieve the many sharp lines but if you make a mistake, don’t stress. That’s what concealer is for! Simply use a small eye brush to clean up where needed.
2. Toned Down Beetlejuice // Makeup by @safai305
Beetlejuice is a fave costume year after year for so many reasons, but the makeup is no joke! The timesaving, toned down version skips the need to use paint as the base and relies on purple eyeshadow and lipstick plus pops of green to bring the look to life. Grab a green wig and striped pantsuit and you’re good to go!
3. Bedazzled Spider Webs // Makeup by @eeerinr
This eye look is what you get when you mix spooky season with the TV show “Euphoria”—and we are LIVING for it! Super simple to recreate, all you need is some black eyeshadow and self-adhesive rhinestones you can find at your local craft store.
4. 3D Spider Eye // Makeup by @aaliyahjay
Okay so this eye look requires a little artistic ability to make the spider legs look realistic but we guarantee clients will be so impressed with you if you give the 3D spider eye a try!
5. Leopard Print Eyelids // Makeup by @itsbybrandon
We live for a leopard print moment and this eye look is no exception! The subtle missing piece that will bring your cat ears and leopard print clothing together, we almost want to wear this look again and again even after Halloween is over.
6. Classic Clown // Makeup by @lxadonis
No need for a big red nose when recreating this classic clown makeup look! Instead, use eyeliner to draw the triangles and dots, then get creative and choose whatever bold colors you want for the eyebrows and cat eye. Oh, and don’t bother with the lips because it will be covered by your mask anyway. 😉
7. Butterfly Eyes // Makeup by @tobi_tutorials
If you prefer to keep things minimal, then we highly recommend giving this butterfly eye look a try! Recreate the color palette below or have a little fun with it and choose colors that match your mask. The possibilities are endless!
8. Devilish Eye Detail // Makeup by @anknook
Who needs prosthetic devil horns when you can paint them on with eyeliner? This look may take some time to perfect, so grab some red eyeliner at your local drugstore and start practicing now so you can be a pro at creating this devilish eye detail by the time Halloween rolls around!
9. Angel Eyes // Makeup by @sivanayla
Alexa, play Angeleyes by ABBA! One of those classic costumes, this eye look takes it to a new level that is both angelic yet dramatic. Use white eyeliner and white eyeshadow to create a bold cat eye, then place false lashes on the top and bottom for a little something extra. Add a halo headband up top and you’re all set!
10. Flower Child Vibes // Makeup by @beautybyjessenglish
Whether you want to dress up in full hippie attire or embrace your inner flower child, we love this eye look for its versatility. The best part? It requires minimal artistic ability and very few products to recreate!