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9 Halloween Inspired Makeup Products to Play around with This Month ...

By Sophia

The spooky season is upon us and you can get into the spirit of things with some Halloween inspired makeup products. This month embrace the dark side and experiment with anything from macabre mascara to celestial nail stickers. While you could go all out with your makeup for Halloween, there are also plenty of products to play around with on a day to day basis this month. Check out these Halloween inspired makeup products.

1 Bat Lash Duo

Bat Lash DuoGo batty for these Halloween inspired makeup products. For $22 you can get your hands on this Illamasqua set featuring bat-shaped false lashes and a black glitter nail varnish. Wear the varnish on your nails to add a subtly dark touch to your everyday look and save the falsies for a statement-making occasion.

2 Villainous Makeup Set

Villainous Makeup SetWho needs Disney princesses when you have Disney villains? That seems to be what e.l.f. were thinking when they introduced their Disney Villains collection. Whether you’re more Maleficent or Cruella de Vil, each set comes equipped with what you need to recreate those villainous looks. These sets are available for a limited time only from selected Walgreens stores for $9.99.


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3 Deep Plum Lipstick

Deep Plum LipstickChannel your inner goth with a dark plum lipstick this month. M-A-C recently teamed up with special-effects makeup artist Rick Baker (well known for his work in horror movies) for a Halloween inspired collection. This sinful lipstick shade is just one product from the collection. Wear it alone with a bare face for an everyday look or play it up on Halloween with makeup worthy of a horror flick. If you’re on a budget be sure to check out your local drug store for similar shades.

4 Black Magic Mascara

Black Magic MascaraThis Eyeko mascara is appropriately named “Black Magic.” It’s designed to create drama by adding volume and curl to your lashes. It’s perfect for wearing on a daily basis. You can currently grab this mascara from ASOS for around $30.

5 Halloween Nail Wraps

Halloween Nail WrapsAdd a quirky touch to your look with these Halloween inspired nail wraps. The pack of twelve wraps contains different spooky and kooky designs from Frankenstein faces to scary spiders. These wraps are from Topshop and will set you back around $12 but you can also find more Halloween inspired nail wraps at ASOS and Sephora.

6 3 in 1 Moisturiser

3 in 1 MoisturiserNot even moisturiser is immune from Halloween inspired touches. This 3 in 1 moisturiser from SteamCream comes in a tin that features a shadow of a witch on a flying broomstick. Use this lightweight moisturising lotion on your face, body, and hands. Grab yours from ASOS for around $24.

7 Nail Stickers and Gems

Nail Stickers and GemsCan you ever have enough nail art? These Stargazer stickers and gems by ASOS Collection are perfect for Halloween. The sticker sheets feature a range of mismatched designs which you could use to decorate your nails this month. Grab yours for a cool $9.

8 Feather Eyelashes

Feather EyelashesYou’ll look devilishly daring in these black feather false eyelashes. They’re definitely one way to make a statement for Halloween. There are many different versions of false feather eyelashes out there and these particular ones are by Make Up For Ever from Sephora.

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9 Black Rose Compact

Black Rose CompactMake sure your makeup is all in place with this black rose compact. It’s ideal for checking yourself out while on the go and is perfectly themed for all things Halloween. It has a twin mirror design and features a stunning rose detail. It’s a steal at only $9 from ASOS too.

These are just a few Halloween inspired products to get you into the swing of things this month. Which of these Halloween inspired products would you want to try out? Do you have any other product suggestions?

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