DIY These Last-Minute Halloween Looks Using 3 Products or Less
If Halloween snuck up on you this year, or you're just looking for some new inspiration, we've got you covered (literally). Read on for eight sure-to-impress, yet super-quick-to-achieve looks and products for all of your last-minute, party-going needs. You might also want to stock up on some face wipes for easy cleanup when the night is through.
Channel France's ill-fated queen with the help of some white powder. Apply generously all over face and neck and top off your look with matching white or gray hair color spray. You can also take it to the next (gory zombie) level with a red lip color across the neck.
Queen of Hearts
This costume is bound to finally get you the respect you deserve. Cover your entire face and neck (including your eyebrows) with white or mattifying powder, then use red pencil to create a mini, dramatic heart in the center of your lips. Complete your look with a full wash of blue eye shadow — the higher, the better — and prepare to conquer.
Cruella De Vil
If the Queen of Hearts isn't quite your speed, here's another cruel, super-easy-to-create costume for your consideration. Put on a bold red lip and use eye pencil to create longer, more pronounced brows. Then, top everything off with white hair color spray, applied only to half of your head, teasing hair upward and outward in true de Vil fashion.
Achieving supervillain status is easy with the help of a little red, white and blue. Start by putting your hair in high pigtails. Apply blue eye shadow over and under your right eye, and blue color spray to the right pony. Then do the same on your left side, but with red shadow and color spray. Swipe on some bold red lipstick and prepare to make some mischief.
Sandy From Grease
If you're in the mood to take a walk on the wild side, a la "transformed" Sandy from Grease, all you need is some red lipstick, liquid cat eyeliner, and volumizing mascara. Meowww.
Transform into America's favorite mom, at least in the cartoon world, by applying yellow face pigment to the entire face and neck. Then, throw on some lip gloss and dramatic lashes and prepare to turn on the Marge charm.
Venture to the dark side with a simple, yet still very scary, skeleton. All you need is some white face powder, black eye shadow, and eye liner to get the cryptic job done.
Show your true stripes with an intricate tiger design. Just apply white powder or cream in the center of your face and some yellow or bronze on the outer side. Then, use eyeliner pencil to accentuate the eyes and get to work on your markings.