55 Disney Halloween Makeup Looks That Are Absolutely Enchanting in Every Way

The magic of Disney extends much further than the sweet movies and captivating theme parks, and what better occasion than Halloween to dress up as your favorite Disney character? This year, take inspiration for awesome costumes and magical makeup looks from your favorite princesses, sidekicks, and villains, and transform yourself into one of the best.

Some Disney makeup looks may require colorful wigs while others may require lots of face and body paint. From Maleficent's bold red lip and Princess Jasmine's baby-blue eyeliner that will take you to a whole new world to Buzz Lightyear's lime-green eyeshadow, these Disney-inspired makeup looks will take you to infinity and beyond. With so many characters to choose from, the possibilities are endless for your own Disney makeup.

No matter if you're a die-hard Disney fan, makeup-lover, or a mix of the two, these beauty looks will enchant. Take a peek at the most charming Disney Halloween makeup ideas ahead, and prepare to be completely mesmerized.

Additional reporting by Lauren Harano, Tasha Dowbachuk, and Clara Amelia

Disney Makeup: Maleficent, "Sleeping Beauty"

To re-create Maleficent's look, you'll need a smoky eye, red lipstick, bright green eye contacts, and deep contouring around the cheekbones.

Disney Makeup: Simba, "The Lion King"

This fun eye look pays tribute to Simba from "The Lion King." It requires shimmery yellow and orange eyeshadow, fake eyelashes, blush, and nude lipstick.

Disney Makeup: Evil Queen, "Snow White"

The Evil Queen's makeup look consists of a bright purple eyeshadow, dark brows, and purple lipstick.

Disney Makeup: White Rabbit, "Alice in Wonderland"

To dress up as the White Rabbit this year, you'll need black and white liner for the whiskers and clock drawing on the eyebrow. Use gold and dark grey eyeshadow for the eyes and dark nude lipstick.

Disney Makeup: Tiana, "The Princess and the Frog"

Tiana's iconic look consists of glittery green and gold eyeshadow, a green dress, and floral hair accessories.

Disney Makeup: Belle, "Beauty and the Beast"

Steal Belle's look by wearing a yellow dress, red lipstick, yellow eyeshadow with winged eyeliner, and a half up-half down hairdo. Play around with props like a red rose or a book.

Disney Makeup: Pinocchio

To re-create this look, you'll need blue eyeshadow to match your bowtie, blush, and black liner for the lines around the mouth. Achieve Pinocchio's wood texture by using a brown brow pencil and brown eyeshadow.

Disney Makeup: Ariel, "The Little Mermaid"

For this look, you'll need green, purple, and pink eyeshadow, a red wig or temporary hair dye, and a bold red lip. To draw in the bubbles, use white pencil liner and eyeshadow.

Disney Makeup: Forky, "Toy Story 4"

Use black liner, red, blue, and white eyeshadow and face paint to achieve this Forky makeup look.

Disney Makeup: Princess Aurora, "Sleeping Beauty"

Princess Aurora's makeup consists of soft pink eyeshadow and pink lipstick. You can also wear a pink dress and use yellow cardboard to cut out the tiara and necklace.

Disney Makeup: Buzz Lightyear, "Toy Story"

This Buzz Lightyear makeup look requires purple lipstick, green, silver, and purple eyeshadow, and fake eyelashes. From the neck down, you'll need white, green, and purple face paint.

Disney Makeup: Elsa, "Frozen"

Elsa's makeup look is simple but incredibly iconic. It consists of pink lip gloss, purple eyeshadow, mascara or fake lashes, and blush. The hair always stays in a braid.

Disney Makeup: Cruella de Vil, "101 Dalmatians"

To re-create this fun Cruella look, you'll need white and black liner for the Dalmatian print, blue eyeshadow, red lipstick, fake eyelashes, and dark hair.

Disney Makeup: Sally, "The Nightmare Before Christmas"

Sally's makeup look requires light blue face paint, red lipstick, black liner for the fake stitches, and mascara. You can wear a red wig or use temporary red hair dye.

Disney Makeup: Sulley, "Monsters; Inc."

This super-fun makeup look emulates Sulley's character without having to use tons of body paint or fur.

Disney Makeup: Megara, "Hercules"

Want to channel your inner Megara? Blend different shades of purple eyeshadow and apply winged eyeliner. Complete the look with a rosy lipstick and a light purple dress.

Disney Makeup: The Queen of Hearts, "Alice in Wonderland"

This Queen of Hearts makeup look is just as bold and dramatic as she is. It requires black and red face paint and red glitter, as well as red rhinestones and accessories with hearts in them, like this cute tiara.

Disney Makeup: Genie, "Aladdin"

To dress up as the Genie from "Aladdin," you'll need blue eyeshadow, lipstick, and face paint, as well as eyeliner and gold jewelry.

Disney Makeup: Rapunzel, "Tangled"

Rapunzel's ethereal makeup consists of purple eyeshadow, light blush, and a natural, pink shade of lipstick.

Disney Makeup: Mulan

This Halloween, let your reflection show your stunning re-creation of Mulan's makeup look. To mimic the "scrubbed off" effect, apply white foundation, pink blush, and lipstick on one half of your face. On the other half, keep a natural look with less lipstick and a fuller eyebrow.

Disney Makeup: Woody, "Toy Story"

For this gorgeous Woody look, you'll need yellow eyeshadow, fake lashes, lip gloss, and any brown hat. This creator painted in Woody's clothes, but you can opt for a yellow shirt and a red bandana.

Disney Makeup: Moana

See how far you'll go this Halloween with your own Moana costume. Her look is defined by light brown eyeliner and nude lipstick.

Disney Makeup: Belle, "Beauty and the Beast"

Belle's enchanting makeup consists of a natural glam look with neutral shades.

Disney Makeup: Cinderella

This gorgeous look proves that Cinderella can be achieved with modern clothes and look just as glamorous.

Disney Makeup: Esmeralda, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"

Esmeralda's dazzling look consists of her big dark hair, gold hoops, and dark red lipstick.

Disney Makeup: Jasmine, "Aladdin"

Jasmine's look is defined by blue and gold. To re-create it, apply shimmery blue eyeshadow, lip gloss, and fake lashes. Pair it with gold accessories and a blue outfit.

Disney Makeup: Ursula, "The Little Mermaid"

Ursula is one of the most iconic villains with a very distinct look. It consists of purple powder foundation, red lipstick, shimmery blue eyeshadow, and white hair.

Disney Makeup: Elsa, "Frozen"

The painted snowflakes and bold magenta eyeshadow take this Elsa makeup look to a whole other level.

Disney Makeup: Mother Gothel, "Tangled"

Mother Gothel's look is pretty simple and requires products you probably already have. You'll need neutral shades of eyeshadow (bonus points if they're shimmery), red lipstick, fake lashes or your favorite mascara, and a red dress.

Disney Makeup: Mike Wazowski, "Monsters; Inc."

Here we have a playful "Monsters, Inc." eye-makeup look. This one pays homage to the lovable, one-eyed monster, Mike Wazowski. Use green face paint to draw his figure, using your eye as his, and don't forget to color your eyebrows green as well.

Disney Makeup: Sulley, "Monsters; Inc."

Speaking of "Monsters, Inc.," this Sulley look can be re-created using blue body paint and purple, white, and blue eyeshadow for the fur effect. Wear a purple wig or temporary hair dye, and use brown arts-and-craft paper for the horns.

Disney Makeup: Buzz Lightyear, "Toy Story"

Instead of dressing up as Buzz, try drawing his outfit on your eyelids with white and red liner and purple and green eyeshadow.

Disney Makeup: Dory, "Finding Nemo"

For this Dory eye-makeup look, you'll need blue eyeshadow as your base and liner in different colors like pink, yellow, blue, and white.

Disney Makeup: Belle, "Beauty and the Beast"

This glam Belle look is super cute and elegant. To re-create it, use gold eyeshadow, black liner, and a rosy lip gloss.

Disney Makeup: Stitch, "Lilo & Stitch"

This Halloween, carry Stitch with you everywhere you go by drawing him on the side of your cheek and applying blue and pink eyeshadow.

Disney Makeup: Tiana, "The Princess and the Frog"

This "Princess and the Frog" makeup look can be achieved with green eyeshadow, green face paint, and fake pearls.

Disney Makeup: "Aladdin"

This "Aladdin" scene makeup takes using your face as a canvas to another level.

Disney Makeup: "The Lion King"

The sunset over the Pride Lands is stunning imagery that is intertwined with "The Lion King's" story. To re-create it on your eyes, you'll need yellow and blood orange eyeshadow, as well as black and white eyeliner. The Simba ears are a cute extra accessory.

Disney Makeup: Sally, "The Nightmare Before Christmas"

Use blue foundation, blue eyeshadow, and red lipstick for Sally's makeup. The stitches on this creator's look require some special effects, but one can opt for black eyeliner to draw them in.

Disney Makeup: Ariel, "The Little Mermaid"

Dive under the sea with this "Little Mermaid" eye makeup. With red, purple, blue, and green eyeshadow — Ariel's signature colors — use your eyelid as the green tail.

Disney Makeup: "The Aristocats"

Pay homage to "The Aristocats" by painting in a scene on almost your entire face. For the eyes, use shimmery purple eyeshadow, eyeliner, and fake lashes or mascara.

Disney Makeup: Maleficent, "Sleeping Beauty"

Wear your favorite all-black outfit and pair it with a bold lip and smoky eye to channel Maleficent's villainous vibes.

Disney Makeup: Princess Jasmine, "Aladdin"

For this one, you'll need an all-blue outfit and gold jewelry. Wear pink lipstick and wing your eyeliner with a double flick.

Disney Makeup: "Toy Story"

Much like the sunsets in "The Lion King," the cloudy blue wallpaper in Andy's room is visually tied to the "Toy Story" aesthetics. Try drawing it on your eyes using blue eyeshadow and white and gold liner.

Disney Makeup: Cheshire Cat, "Alice in Wonderland"

Channel the Cheshire Cat's hypnotic vibe by re-creating this look.

Disney Makeup: Scar, "The Lion King"

Scar's look can be achieved by applying white foundation around the mouth, darkening your eyebrows, and using dark eyeshadow for the fake scar.

Disney Makeup: Flounder, "The Little Mermaid"

To re-create Flounder's look, you'll need blue and yellow face paint as well as eyeshadow. Paint thick, blue stripes over your forehead, cheeks and neck; then add fun extras like pink lipstick, glitter, and eyeliner.

Disney Makeup: Dolores, "Encanto"

Dolores's makeup look consists of red lipstick, a little eyeliner, and mascara or fake lashes. The most important aspects of any Dolores look is the red choker and having your hair up with a red bow.

Disney Makeup: Mushu, "Mulan"

Want to channel your inner Mushu? The lovable dragon's look consists of red and yellow body paint, white foundation, dark red lipstick, and a straight, red wig.

Disney Makeup: Te Fiti, "Moana"

Te Fiti's beautiful makeup look consists of everything green: the body paint, eyeshadow, lipstick, glitter — even the lashes. Any Te Fiti look is incomplete without her floral headpiece.

Disney Makeup: Merida, "Brave"

The key to Merida's makeup is to make it seem like you're barely wearing any at all. A little eyeliner, mascara, and lip gloss will do the trick.

Disney Makeup: Yzma, "The Emperor's New Groove"

To re-create Yzma's look, you'll need white foundation, purple and magenta eyeshadow, dramatic lashes, and lipstick in a darker, pink shade. Feathers and a headpiece are essential.

Disney Makeup: Maleficent, "Sleeping Beauty"

This look, with green skin and purple eyeshadow, derives from the animated version of Maleficent.

Disney Makeup: Minnie Mouse

This adorable Minnie Mouse look uses red eyeshadow as the base for the painted mouse ears and white liner for the dots. Wear a red bow and lipstick for the final touch.