9 Halloween Looks You Can Create With Makeup Alone

Lauren Conrad dresses as a party animal for Halloween
Lauren Conrad does deer makeup for Halloween 2015. Stephanie Todaro

Lauren Conrad's "Party Animal" woodland creature shoot got Us thinking that this year's Halloween costume lies in our makeup bags. 

While the LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl's designer detailed the how-to for her look on her blog, we decided to continue the hunt on YouTube for more beauty ideas for this All Hallows' Eve.

 

Check out the nine videos below for full-blown Halloween makeup tutorials, including unicorns, deer, Snapchat's rainbow face, and dolls!

Deer

Just add a pair of antlers and any gray or brown outfit with this beauty look and you’ll be emulating LC’s latest beauty inspo.

Barbie Doll 

Complete your childhood dreams by actually becoming a Barbie doll for Halloween. This step-by-step video includes instructions on how to create those big doll eyes as well as Barbie's perfect eyeshadow color scheme.

Frozen's Elsa

Ice queen! Let it (your conventional idea of what a costume means) go! And get your Elsa on. 

Unicorn 

If you know you're special, just like a mythical unicorn, then this is the Halloween makeup tutorial for you. After following this tutorial, wear white, add a colorful wig, and make a horn out of paper — you're good to go!

Snapchat Lenses

We're pretty sure this instructional vid will be a hit with any millennial, especially the reigning Snapchat queen, Kylie Jenner. Press play on this clip to find out how to do a variety of Snapchat's "Lenses" or selfie filters, including the vomiting rainbow, the crying eyes, and the scary face that started it all.

Pop Art 

This costume is all about the face. Simply outline your face with black, and highlight the naturally occurring lines, like your cheek bones with more outlining. Then add small dots, and you’re a Lichtenstein! Dye your hair Lady Gaga-yellow circa the “Telephone” years (or just wear a wig!) and you’ve got this look in the bag.

Marge Simpson 

Fan of The Simpsons? Becoming Marge Simpson is a little harder than just slathering on some mustard-yellow face paint. A realistic version needs larger-than-life eyes and a super long mouth. Watch this video to find out how YouTuber Kat Sketch did it!

Jessica Rabbit

For a sultry throwback costume, look to the cartoon queen, Jessica Rabbit. Put some temporary red dye in your hair and slip on a silky gown and you’re in business.

Mermaid

Go under the sea and make Ariel proud as a mermaid for Halloween this year. Eyeshadows in blue, green, and purple will pull off the most convincing sea-creature getup.

Which of these beauty looks is your favorite for Halloween? Tweet with @UsWeekly using the hashtag #stylebyUs!

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