15 Halloween Makeup Ideas That Aren’t a Cliché


We’re sorry, but we can’t handle another Roy Lichtenstein or Dia de los Muertos makeup look. And there’s nothing scarier than walking down the street matching 72 black-bobbed, red-lipped Mia Wallaces. And honestly Harley Quinn is kind of over too! Despite the over-saturation of iconic halloween costumes, you don’t need the most original idea to stand out. From a metallic disco queen to a new interpretation of Leeloo’s neon style, here are 15 Halloween makeup ideas that are far from basic.

Shooting Star

Starry, starry eye. Draw a gold (or silver!) star around your eye and complement the look with a bit of highlighter for an out-of-this-world feel. Jem and the Holograms, but make it subtle.

By @tksmakeup

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Superhero or Villian

Not all heroes wear capes, but a few do wear makeup masks. Isolate a single eye with a futuristic design. Trick or treaters won’t know if you’re a good guy or a bad guy or just a makeup genius willing to give them candy.

By @tksmakeup

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Flower Child

We’re all about spreading peace and love on the daily, but take it to the next level on Halloween with a hippie costume. Paint flowers on your face in a pretty aquamarine shade for a pre-Coachella, post-Woodstocky vibe.

By @gabrielamendezphotography

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Jessica Rabbit

You’re not bad, you’re just drawn that way. A sultry red lip and flick of black eyeliner makes for an easy Jessica Rabbit makeup look. Pull the look together by investing in a pin-up red wig.

By @beautyisboring_

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Purple Rain

Rhinestones make for the perfect drops of purple rain while violet brows lend an edgy spin. Channel your inner Prince and change your name to a symbol for Halloween night.

By @tksmakeup

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Clown

Clowns don’t have to be scary. Keep it cute by taking an abstract approach with rainbow dots scattered around your eyes and above the brows. Add a red nose and your look is far from Pennywise.

By @tksmakeup

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Gothic Glam

A look that belongs on the pages of your favorite editorial (ELLE). Use a black crayon to add the goth on your lips and eyes, then top both with a patent-shiny gloss to amp the dark glamour to 100.

By @beautyisboring_

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Wood Nymph

Unicorns and mermaids have peaked, so it’s time for the next it-mythical creature: the wood nymth. Play with a monochrome lid with forest green eyeshadow contrasted by bright malachite lashes (and natural brows, of course).

By @mirmua

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Disco Queen

Silver statement eyes, glossy lips, and major highlight that do the queen of Studio 54 justice.

By @beautyisboring_

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White Walker

Our Game of Thrones obsession knows no end, but skip the Daenerys cosplay and choose an unexpected character as a white walker. These frozen lips, created by mixing blue and pink matte lipstick, will be a chilling addition to your look.

By @claropsyche

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Leeloo from The Fifth Element

We love a good Leeloo costume, but amp it up with an experimental makeup look. Play with a graphic, linear eye, then add a tangerine cheek to match your fiery hair.

By @annesophiecosta

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Clockwork Orange

We call this look ‘Alex and his Droogs, but sexy’. That’s what Halloween is all about, amirite? We’re digging this version inspired by the gang, complete with gold falsies on one lid and a blood red lip.

By @uglyworldwide

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Gallery Girl

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Micro Poltergeist

Too cool for costumes, but want to stay festive? Opt for a barely there touch, achieved by applying a ghastly micro tattoo to a glossy lid.

By @beasweetbeauty

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Doll Face

Faux freckles are all the rage, but they are key when dressing up as a doll. We ~heart~ this non-controversial version, done by adding tiny heart stickers on the tops of the cheeks. Then apply a turquoise cat eye with a bright lip and you’re a doll like no other.

By @koakakoala

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Updated: February 8, 2019 — 8:07 am

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