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Halloween Make-Up Tips

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Is your face scary and ghoulish enough to match your Halloween costume? With Kidzworld's easy make-up tips and tricks, you'll be able to turn your face into one that'll spook all the trick-or-treaters on October 31st!

Vampire Face

To look like a blood-sucking vampire, paint your face completely white (the paler, the better!) and smudge black eye shadow around your eyes. Draw in sharp eyebrows, use red lipstick to drip fake blood from the edges of your mouth and add fangs, which you can buy at any costume store. Finally, slick back your hair with gel and draw on a widow's peak using black eyeliner.

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Frankenstein Face

Only a mad scientist can create Frankenstein, but anyone can get the look! All you have to do is spray paint your hair black and slick it down with gel. Then paint your face green and add scars and stitch marks with black eyeliner. If you can find a small cardboard box that fits around your head, then you'll be able to get Frankenstein's big, flat forehead!

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Skeleton Face

Be a walking skeleton on Halloween night by smearing white paint all over your face and black paint around your eyes, nose and mouth. Use a black eyeliner to draw teeth and spooky-looking nostrils. If you want to go completely skeletal, wear a white skull cap.

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Witch Face

Want to look like a wicked witch? Here's how - apply green face paint and draw V-shaped lines in the middle of your forehead and around your mouth with black eyeliner so it looks like you have lots of wrinkles! Adding a wart is optional, but it'll definitely make you look creepier! The easiest way to do it is to draw a big black dot on the end of your nose and stick on a few strands of hair from a paintbrush using false eyelash glue (use soap and warm water to remove it afterwards). Black lipstick and nail polish will finish off your witchy look.

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