Halloween is a few weeks away and if you’re on team no costume, there’s still a simple way to be festive! We love these easy Halloween makeup ideas that only require a makeup palette, some eyeliner, and your current closet. No costume required!
Must have easy Halloween makeup tools and kits
All it takes is black and white face paint to create these skull makeup looks! You can opt for a full-face or even a half face. We’ve seen some stunning looks that are a half skull and half glitter makeup, the options are endless!
Here is a great youtube tutorial by Chrisspy!
This is an easier youtube tutorial by Tiani!
Pretty Pop Art
Step straight out of a comic book with a pop art makeup look! All you have to do is accentuate your features with black eyeliner or face paint.
Madeyewlook created a tutorial for 4 pop art looks that range in skill level and materials used!
Ok, this one might be a little overdone, but all you need is eyeliner and a black outfit! You can even make cat ears out of your hair, like whattttt!
This tutorial from Lucy Oriole is so straightforward and easy!
A different take on pop art, a pixelated makeup look will distort your face in the coolest way!
Here’s a colorful Minecraft inspired full pixel face makeup tutorial by Dope2111!
This one’s a natural half-face pixel tutorial by The Powder Room.
Pair up with your significant other, you can be a cute deer and he can be a hunter wearing camo! Just go heavy on the contour!
The Makeup Chair makes it look easy and glam with this tutorial.
You can either go spooky or cute with a scarecrow, both are really easy to accomplish! Pair it with a plaid button-down and you’re good to go.
It doesn’t get simpler than this tutorial by Misha Grimes!
Another makeup look that can either be creepy of cute! Use bright colors if you wanna look girly, or deep reds and blacks if you’re going for a scarier look.
This It Pennywise inspired makeup tutorial by James Charles is stunning!
When you think of a witch costume you automatically think of a green face, broomstick, and pointy hat, but there are so many other ways to approach it! Just wear all black, draw some moons and pentagrams with eyeliner and pair it with moody makeup.
Ash Clements has a great tutorial!
Cheetah print is the pattern of the season, so take that to another level with a cheetah or leopard look!
This super easy tutorial by Elicia Aragon is a must-try!
Black lips, hair horns, and a whole lotta black eye shadow. The devil look is sexy, a little scary and so easy to do!
Andreyha Seraphin shows you exactly how to do it here!