Proof That Skeleton Makeup Doesn't Have to Be Black and White
Cara Delevingne costumes will be popular among the fashion set this Halloween: make sure you have long hair, wear some plaid pants, sport a beanie or a backward cap, and don't forget to draw a lion tattoo on your finger!
But for those of you who are really into Halloween and want a totally different take on the top model, try this: Cara Delevingne as a skeleton.
We were inspired by Bradley Theodore's street art in New York City, where he painted a mural of both Cara and Kate Moss embracing as multicolored skeletons (inspired by the ladies' Burberry campaign).
The look is fairly easy to master. The only precision required is when it comes to making the mouth, which can be daunting, so make sure to test it out a few times prior to your big Halloween event.