October approaches its spooky end with the celebration of Halloween lurking around the cobwebby corner.
For those who love or prefer wearing your monsters out on your sleeves, nothing beats dressing up in costumes with faces all done up to scare the real monsters, whether imagined or real just to let off some steam.
The fascinating thing about Halloween lies in the spooky indifference in how people are allowed to be major creeps in the flesh and to their heart’s content without having other people getting too bloody hurt. All will be forgiven as folks chalk it up to too much candy apples and strange-tasting cocktails.
While celebrities spent rather ridiculous amount of money on Halloween fashion costumes, we non-celebs get to indulge our creativity and stretch our fake crusty wounded skin for dramatic effect using proper tools. I mean who gets to do these amazingly creepy things on normal days, eh? Well, except for real creeps that is.
Trawl the YouTube and you’ll find beauty gurus turn themselves into freaky-yet-sometimes-ethereally-beautiful creatures that all you need to halloweenize yourselves is a set of Halloween makeup kit, which could just be pretty much your everyday makeup applied with a heavier more psychotic hand.
So, who/what are you planning to be this halloween? If you haven’t decided yet, let’s look at some of the amazing spook looks showcased by these lookbookers.
Hype them up if you like their looks!
Bruised White Doll
Zombie Nun Savior
Watch these videos to give you some Halloween inspiration and get you in the spooky zone.
Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Halloween Fashion Cinematography
Day of the Dead
Zombie Skull Girl
DIY Halloween Costumes
Tell us which of these looks are your favorite and what would you prefer to be on Halloween (even if you don’t celebrate it). If you’re going all out, please be safe and try not to get stuck in some haunted buildings.
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