The perfect low-waste Hallowe’en costume can be made with make-up you already own. I’m loving this create this creepy doll face, although I’m not sure I’ll get away with it at my age! For other great ideas keep scrolling.
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how about a hint of a darker side with this pared-back skeleton face. Source: weloveit
or for the more adventurous there’s this half skeleton from Roxxsaurus. Find out how to create this look in this video.
Sugar skull decoration is all over the place this year. This is a simple but effective version by Kelsey Thomas.
or maybe you really want to give your trick or treaters a fright this year with a bloodstained look.
And if you have the time, how about a DIY skeleton t-shirt
or you could team up your Hallowe’en face with a creepy creepy skull top made from an old black t-shirt