Halloween Party Makeup Ideas

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The spooky season is here, and party rentals Miami is very thrilled about it! The chill in the air, the delightful crispness make it the best holiday in the year. And even though we don’t want to put any pressure on you, it is time you to get your creative juices flowing if want to win the best costume price.

If you’re not feeling inspired, don’t sweat it, party rental has killer makeup ideas that require a cosmetic stash and patience. We have the scary part covered, as you don’t need to have a high skill level to get your creepy makeup set.

Spooky Scarecrow

Scarecrows are classic Halloween characters, and they are super scary. You can try a scarecrow this Halloween and get a weird but fun effect. For this look, you will only require a black eyeliner and some orange eyeshadow and blush.

Since scarecrows have their lips sewed, you may want to get a face and body paint marker to get the cool design on your lips. These markers are designed as TV and theater paint, which makes them ideal for parties. Since it ’s body paint, is non-toxic and it cleans up with soap and water.

Creepy Ragdoll

If you want to try something spooky but not too scary, a rag doll is your pick. Ragdolls are in since Chucky and Annabelle and we all love them. You can find several doll makeup tutorials online, so you could recreate it yourself.

Using an eyeliner you can make your eyes look bigger, just like the ones on rag dolls, y can also pick up some red or purple contact lenses to complete the spooky touch. Also, you can put on a wig and throw a couple of bows to give a childish look.


Skulls are traditional Halloween customs, but you can make this make up your own by using some creative ideas. You will need white body paint which should be used as a base color.

For your lips, you can create a toothier look with white and black body paint and put on some dark yellow contact lenses to finish the spooky look. But if you want to dial down the eerie a notch, you can put on a colorful floral headband.

Okay, I know what you’re thinking… Vampire for Halloween is a burned idea, but it’s also very fun, and it depends on you if you want to make it innovative or not. Victorian inspired vampire makeup is scary but fabulous. Best thing is that you can make it happen for around $20.00.

For this makeup, you’ll need plenty of fake blood, dark eyeshadow palette, some wrapping paper for your long and sharp teeth and purple lipstick. You probably already have some of these items in your closet, so you may even spend less than $20.00

Emoji makeup

Spooky isn’t your thing? If you spend a fair share of time texting, why not transform your face into an emoji for this Halloween? You have several different facial expressions that are pretty simple to recreate, and the best thing is that you only need a box of body paint to achieve it. This will be for next year!