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The easiest Halloween make-up looks to try this year

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Susan Devaney
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Transform yourself this Halloween. 

If you’ve left your Halloween costume to the last-minute, then don’t fret – we’ve got you covered. 

Enter: Hot Rod Liner and The Demon Eyes.

Both beauty looks are simple, yet scary, and the perfect Halloween make-up looks to try out this year. And you’ll only need three products – eyeliner, mascara and a bright grease paint – to re-create either. 

And who better to show us how it’s done than London-based make-up artist Bea Sweet? Having painted the faces of many celebrities, there’s good reason for her 51,000 fans on Instagram. And to make life easy, she’s broken it down into easy-to-follow steps too, so you don’t end up looking like an unwanted Frankenstein.

Go on, dip into your make-up bag and put some practice time in before your spooky soirée rolls around this weekend. And if you’ve been one of the lucky ones who has managed to get their hands on the highly sought after Harry Potter beauty collection that’s just dropped then put it to good use, too.

Check out our video above for some spooky inspiration. 

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Susan Devaney is a digital journalist for Stylist.co.uk, writing about fashion, beauty, travel, feminism, and everything else in-between.

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