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You can’t go wrong with a good ol’ bit of face paint on Halloween, especially when kids are involved. So we asked makeup artist Roseanna Velin to show you how to create this awesome emoji look at home. It’s perfect for any little’ uns you might be planning to take trick-or-treating and – let’s be

Image Source: Instagram user sarahmudle In preparation for Halloween, we’ve been binge-watching scary skeleton makeup tutorials on YouTube. But when we came across this headless costume, we got chills — the spooky, blood-curdling kind that make you sleep with the light on. Australian makeup artist Sarah Mudle used body paint and a bit of liquid

PHOTO: Diyah Pera Ten years ago Gossip Girl‘s instantly iconic style made the Upper East Side the unlikely source for fashiony Halloween costumes. While we couldn’t always afford the designers worn on the show, we could at least pretend to be worthy of a Gossip Girl blast on October 31: Blair Waldorf’s bows and headbands,

Makeup artist Julia Dantas shows us how to transform into this super glam siren of the sea. We may have hit peak mermaid. Over the last few years, these beloved underwater enigmas have inspired oceanic ombre toast, whimsical churros, knitted blankets that double as tails, themed fitness classes and epic costumes from celebs like Kim

Halloween 2017 is approaching, and if you’re still brainstorming creepy costume ideas (but don’t want to be one of hundreds of Pennywise figures roaming the streets), take a cue from American Horror Story. Unlike It, AHS offers plenty of terrifying seasons — and therefore, way more looks to recreate. And recently, one makeup artist copied

Here’s how you can get the festive look with less effort using your powerful lipstick! This Diwali, looking boring is strictly not allowed. And if you are a lazy girl, you should know that your lipstick has a lot of power and can do a lot to enhance your whole look. You can really rely

  Nails by Cambria Instagram (Photo courtesy: AFP Relaxnews/ Instagram/ @nailsbycambria) Halloween is almost here, and beauty fans are turning to social media for spooky nail-art inspiration — of which there is plenty, particularly on Instagram. Here are three ideas to get you started for the spooky season. Spiderwebs Cobwebs are one of the easiest

Halloween is fast approaching and coming full speed ahead. Your last year’s costume was fuego, but you’ve already done Harley Quinn, Tinkerbell, a unicorn, and a ketchup bottle. How can you change it up? You know it’s a sin to repeat the same outfit, so we’ve collected a plethora of makeup looks to inspire you for this

Thanks to the box office success of It, clown makeup is no longer confined to children’s birthday parties. Makeup inspired by the movie’s main character has officially taken over Instagram feeds and Pennywise clown suits have become the most sought-after costume for 2017. Come October 31, you’re bound to see more clowns than you’re comfortable

Incorporating runway trends into our daily lives can get tricky, but this season some of the most epic styles we spotted on the catwalk came in the form of nail art. Now, more than ever, designers are recruiting top manicurists to deck out digits. So before your next mani, check out the most in-demand nail artists