It’s officially October and that means you have to think of what you’ll have to be for Halloween!
Whether you go all out or just throw on whatever it is you have laying around, we figured we’d help give you some inspiration!
Like a regular deer, but deader. Get the tutorial here.
Just add brushstrokes of different paint colors until you look properly ~artistic~.
All you need is a fishnet stocking and brightly colored eye shadow. Check out the how-to here.
All you need is black eyeliner, black lipstick, and a dark sense of humor. Watch the whole tutorial here.
Don’t have a mask for your last-minute costume? DIY one you won’t lose with black eyeliner. Check out how to do it here.
So TiMeLy. Get the video how-to here.
The perfect eyeliner fix for a last-minute black dress costume.
Just apply eye shadow through a piece of spare lace — ideal for a fairy or any ~ethereal~ costume. Learn more here.
Use black eyeliner to mark the incision spots, and add a little fake blood. Done! Learn more here.
You’ll *heart* this super-simple tutorial.
The only time you do want your eyelashes to clump together. Watch the video here.
Using scotch tape to outline the lightning makes this tutorial ~legit~ easy.
Blend on some orange shading and add a big ole gold circle. Rockin’. Get all the steps here.
Throw on your favorite flannel shirt, draw adorably messy stitch marks around your mouth and nose, and you’re good to go. Learn more here.
Use a flat edge brush and wipe down to make perfect pixels. Watch the how-to here.
Pretty much the look you get when trying to even out your eyeliner.
Deadly. Find out how to get the look here.
Just start with classic doll makeup and add a few strategic black eyeliner ~cracks~.
It’s as easy as combining chocolate sauce and red food dye and dripping them down your face.
Channel the screen queen with this simple tutorial.
Take that cat costume to the next level. Write little C’s on your lids with black eyeliner, and then fill the C’s in with shimmery highlighter. Easier than it looks! Get all the details here.
White face paint + black eyeliner + strategic “weeping.”
Trace the outside of a mask with eyeliner, and fill in the design to your specifications.