Monster, Beetlejuice, Glamorous Clown: Top 5 Looks For Halloween

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Monster, Beetlejuice, Glamorous Clown: Top 5 Looks For Halloween
Monster, Beetlejuice, Glamorous Clown: Top 5 Looks For Halloween

Video: Monster, Beetlejuice, Glamorous Clown: Top 5 Looks For Halloween

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Halloween is one of the largest holidays, and preparations for it have been going on for several weeks. Video bloggers from all over the world offer their makeup ideas for this party of the evening, and we just have to choose the best ones.

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For you, we have created a selection of five Halloween looks that were the most popular this year. The vloggers showed a lot of variety, creating both truly scary makeup and something more beautiful. Monster French blogger Simple Simphony invited her subscribers to try on the image of a monster with a huge bloody mouth. This is a rather complex makeup that requires some preparation, but those who want to test their strength and amaze everyone at a party should definitely watch the video on creating such a scary look. A post from Simple Symphony (@ simple.symphony) Oct 13 2017 at 10:20 am PDT Glam Clown For those who have chosen the image of a clown, the children's nightmare of many people, but want to make it a little more attractive, the video of James Charles, who decided to complement it, will help arrows and long false eyelashes. Have you ever seen such a cute clown? Posted by James Charles (@jamescharles) Oct 9 2017 at 4:32 am PDT Beetlejuice 1988 saw the release of Tim Burton's black comedy Beetlejuice. The film won an Oscar, and its main character, Beetlejuice, played by Michael Keaton, is still a very recognizable character, which is not surprising, because many have grown up on this film. Blogger Desi Perkins proposes to recreate the image of Beetlejuice, making it a little more feminine.

Queen of the Dead Quite a typical Halloween look, because what girl doesn't dream of becoming a real queen? Blogger Roxy showed off her variation on this look by using long false eyelashes and creating an interesting pattern on her body. A huge plus of this make-up is that it can be done with "improvised means" - ordinary cosmetics, so you don't have to run to the store for paint or artificial blood. Posted by ROXI (@roxxsaurus) Oct 4 2017 at 9:11 am PDT Vampire Princess For those who want to be a real beauty, not a frightening monster, makeup from the Dutch blogger Nikki is perfect. The "spatter of blood" on the eyelids and a drop of blood dripping from the corner of the mouth makes the look obviously appropriate at a Halloween party, but it will not look overly masquerade and definitely will not hide your beauty. Sharing from NikkieTutorials (@nikkietutorials) Oct 17 2017 at 4:20 PDT

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