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Trending Halloween Hair & Makeup for Fashionistas

Halloween is celebrated on the 31st of October every year. We all want to look the part, yet remain fashionable. Halloween costumes look great with creative make-up. Add an awesome hairstyle and some artistic make-up, which is non-negotiable for the overall look. There are a few existing trending hair and make-up ideas that you could consider for Halloween. Below we discuss a few options that you might consider towards looking the part on the 31st.

Temporary Hair Colour
Temporary Hair Colour

Temporary Hair Colour

There are plenty of ways to temporarily add colour to your hair. Trying a fun, new colour is easier than ever. There are tons of ways to give your hair a new, temporary hue, ranging from neon to metallic to pastel. These are our three favourite ways to add a temporary pop of colour to achieve the Halloween look you want. Every Halloween, stores stock hair colour sprays; some even include glitter! Changing the colour of your hair has never been easier.
Most of these hair colour sprays are a bit more hair-friendly and sulphate-free. So, go ahead and try hair colour sprays this Halloween!
You can also use gels to temporarily colour your hair. These gels are thick, opaque, temporary hair colours conveniently packaged in squeeze tubes, allowing you to style and dye at the same time. The gels come in neon, metallic and matte shades, and dries hard, so it’s best for up-do’s and mohawks/fauxhawks. They wash off easily with shampoo, though. If you want your hair colour to last a bit longer, try a semi-permanent hair colour. You’ll have your crazy colour last for at least three to six weeks.
For a completely risk-free experience, try clip-on hair extensions that you can simply take out when the night is over (no shampooing needed).

The It-Inspired Look
The It-Inspired Look

The It-Inspired Look

Creative Halloween costumes are often era-specific, and there’s no hard and fast rule that says you can’t add your own twists and touches. Every year we tend to see different trends in costumes and make-up for Halloween. The IT Halloween look has been popping up everywhere. We have seen IT- inspired looks everywhere, all thanks to those who dare to be scary! This trend has been inspired by the blockbuster movie, IT. We, like many others, are totally obsessed with Pennywise, the dancing clown character in the movie. Little variations in make-up and costumes to Pennywise’s look can bring out unique touches that can frighten many during Halloween night! Just like Harlequin last October, we will surely see numerous Pennywise costumes popping up everywhere this year.
To keep it simple, you can do the clown (make-up), and complete the look with appropriately-sinister attire. Think Medieval, Renaissance, Elizabethan and Victorian in your approach, instead of a standard birthday clown look.

The Catwalk Look
The Catwalk Look

The Catwalk Look

If there's ever a time to experiment with an outrageous beauty look, it's Halloween. Here are a few tips that you can consider when putting together your catwalk- inspired Halloween look. Glitter lips are attention-grabbing, and even more so when paired with coppery, smoky eyes. Sexy smoky eyes feel just right for October 31, the “smudgier” and sultrier, the better. You can also pair yours with nude lips and slicked-back hair.
The pale, perfected, almost mannequin-like make-up can also be paired with diffused berry-hued lipstick from the centre of the lips and surrounding the eyes in pale pink. For this look you can skip mascara for an enhanced effect.
If you can't wear false lashes at Halloween, then when can you? Particularly when they're designed to look like cobwebs! When done correctly, highlighting and contouring has the power to completely transform the face, creating the illusion of high arched cheekbones, hollowed eyes or a slimmer nose.

The Zombie Look
The Zombie Look

The Zombie Look

One of the most difficult Halloween costumes to pull off is the Zombie look. If you do it well, you’ll be the hit of the trick-or-treating circuit. Do it wrong, and you’ll look like someone with too much eyeliner and a bad complexion.
Zombie-inspired looks are very popular for Halloween. You can go all out, as there is a lot that you can do. From blood-smeared to pale- looking faces, you can do just about anything. Here are a few things you need to know: some pre-made Zombie make-up kits are good, but the colours are usually a little weird. Instead, use water-based make-up. For the Zombie-inspired make-up, everything must be muted. Don’t use blue, green or red, as the Zombie look is very earth-toned.
To get the slightly decomposed look of Zombie skin, apply latex to your face with a sponge, and then stretch your skin tight while you dry it with a hair-dryer. When it’s dry, the latex will wrinkle and give your skin some texture. Then, when applying the Zombie make-up, shadow the wrinkles lightly with a make-up brush so when you step back, they look even deeper. You can also draw lines on your face with a small brush and blend them in.