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Halloween is coming so close, it’s time to put on your favorite makeup look. It doesn’t matter how old you are, it’s always fun to put on a costume, get creative with a crazy makeup, and join the party. Finding what to wear on Halloween can be very overwhelming, we understand. If you are still looking for some inspirations, we have a list of 5 favorite Halloween makeup looks that might come in handy for you.

Look 1: Mystique

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Who doesn’t want to be Mystique? The girl who can eliminate the outward signs of aging with her shape-changing power. It’s said that it would take six girls about seven hours to transform Jennifer Lawrence (who plays Mystique role in Mutant movies) into Mystique. Vlogger Promise Phan showed us how to do it ourselves. Watch her Youtube tutorial here.

Look 2: Spider-girl


Where there is a Spiderman, there will be a Spidergirl. This Spider-inspired makeup look seems to be the easiest one to do. Just focus on the eye area and add some colors to your lips and hair.

Look 3: Fairy Tale

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If you are not a fan of zombies, vampires, or ghosts, you can always turn yourself into an angel or a fairy tale princess. Wear big wings, apply extra glitter, and put on a flower headband or a tiara, you are ready to shine. We love this makeup look from Vlogger, Jordan Hanz. Check out her Youtube tutorial here.

Look 4: Pop-art comic book 5-favorite-Halloween-makeup-look- Popart comic look

Getting bored of some common makeup ideas, how about picking up your favorite comic book and turning yourself into one favorite character?  Surprisingly, changing your face into a 2-D cartoon character is quite simple.

Here is one of the many Pop-art comic makeup tutorials that we found on the internet. Get your eyeliner and start drawing.

Look 5: Day of the dead

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Day of the Dead (Spanish: Dia de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular, the Central and South regions, and acknowledged around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died and help support their spiritual journey (according to Wikipedia). Day of the dead or sugar skull makeup has become so popular these few years. We couldn’t exclude this scary yet attractive makeup look from our list. Watch the tutorial here.

We hope you liked our favorite picks. Let us know if there are any great looks that we should check it out. Don’t forget to connect with us on Instagram and Facebook, we’d love to see you there.

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