The Glamazon. As if you needed an excuse for glamour. Get the look with Lancôme’s Sensational Effects Eye Shadow in All Made Up and Grandiôse Mascara on eyes and Jason Wu for Lancome lip color in Pink Slip.
The Mask. Makeup artist Pat McGrath used glitter, sequins, beading, and Swarovski crystals to create this look for the Givenchy spring 2014 runways. Recreate it with Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Glitters on the face and Ciate Glitz Fix on lips.
The Jagged Little Eye. For an edgy look, add a sculptural exaggerated cat eye with Ardency Inn Punker Eyeliner.
The Widow. A simple coat of mascara would be lost behind an ornate veil. Accentuate eyes with MAC’s 48 false lashes and a generous application of eyebrow gel.
The Witch of Positano. Channel bohemian artist and dancer Vali Myers with eccentric face tattoos. Skip the trip to St. Marks Place and use Nars Eyeliner Stylo instead.
The Browless Bardot
Combine trends old and new with bleached brows and a classic cat-eye. Conceal brows with Marc Jacobs Beauty Re(Marc)able Concealer, line eyes generously with Magic Marc’er Precision Pen, and volumize pigtails with Alterna’s Cleanse Extend Dry Shampoo.
The Fresh Face. Candlelight séances call for fresh, luminous skin. Dr. Jart’s Ceramidin liquid and cream will do the trick.
The Kandi Kid. A beaded wig goes a long way, but a ruby red lip adds polish. Shine all night long with Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Metallic Lip Tar in Manhunter.
The Idle Rich. Get the principessa look with Make Up For Ever’s Eyebrow Pencil and Artist Shadow in Meadow Green.
The New Classic. Red lips and nails add a wicked touch to any Halloween getup. Try Tom Ford’s Scarlett Rouge lip color and Carnal Red varnish for a fresh blood-tinged hue.