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Four ways to look subtly spooky this Halloween

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Lucy Partington
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Spooky Halloween Makeup

Halloween is here and what better excuse to experiment with some daring makeup. Flutter these ghoulish lashes and give off a supernatural glow this creepy-season.

Rimmel Ink Me Star Stamp Tattoo 

Spooky Halloween Makeup

There are two ways to use this: either go all out and stamp it all around your eyes, or opt for a more understated look and place a single star below one or both eyes. If you want to get really creative, the stamps come in moon, diamond or heart shapes too. Couldn’t be easier.

Pinky Goat Halloween Special False Eyelashes

Apply these purple lashes as the last step in your usual make-up routine and you have an instant Halloween look with zero effort required. Lightweight and fluttery, they’ll add some serious definition while still making it look like you did something.

Revolution Haunted Liquid Highlighter in Envy

With a slightly green, iridescent finish, you can mix this with your foundation or apply straight to your cheekbones, cupid’s bow and the bridge of your nose for an illuminating and ever-so slightly witchy glow.

Barry M Pick ’n’ Glitz in Savage

Spooky Halloween Makeup

Embrace your inner Elphaba and go full-on green for Halloween. Apply glitter glue to your lids or around your eyes and use your finger to pat this chunky glitter on. Just make sure you have an oil-based eye make-up remover on hand to get rid of it at the end of the day (or night).

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