In the second part of our Halloween beauty ideas, we show you how to get the look of an Egyptian goddess and a pretty peacock. To read the first part (Lady Gaga and Harajuku Girls), click here.
1. Egyptian Goddess
Last year, Anne Hathaway was an Egyptian goddess for Halloween. To get this look, going bronze is key, if you have light-colored skin. Cover your face in bronzer, like Physician’s Formula Bronze Booster Pressed Bronzer ($14.95 at Ulta.com). If your skin is already dark, apply a gold, shimmery powder, like Stila Illuminating Gold Finishing Powder ($32 at Ulta.com).
Next, apply a shimmery gold eye shadow, like Bourjois Ombre Stretch Eyeshadow in Or Extensible ($15 at Ulta.com), on your lids and brow bone. Add black eyeliner and mascara, smudging the liner in a thick line on your temples.
Finish the look with some lip gloss, a head decoration and some Egyptian-inspired jewelry/clothing, and possibly a wig (if you have blonde hair)! Remember to bring your bronzer or pressed powder out with you for touch ups. (Image credit: marieclaire.com).
Audrina Partridge from MTV’s “The Hills” was a pretty peacock last year for Halloween. The funky costume is up to you, but getting her fun eye make up look is easy. You just need a steady hand and some colorful eye makeup.
Rim the bottom and inner corner of your eyes with turquoise eye shadow, like Sephora Brand Colorful Mono Eyeshdaow in Swimming Pool ($12), letting it stick out a bit like a cat-eye at the end. Then, add yellow shadow, like Make Up For Ever Pure Pigments in Yellow ($19 at Sephora), to your lids up to your brow bone.
Complete the look with fake black lashes on top and fake purple lashes on the bottom. Try Sephora Brand False Eyelashes ($8), which come in a variety of colors that could work. (Image credit: mtv.com).