My YouTube subscription box, Facebook feed and Twitter are all overloaded with Halloween tutorials at the moment, so with an abundant supply, I thought I'd share with you the 5 that caught my eye and I think would be relatively easy to replicate at home! 1 week to go, people...

One for the Eager People: Devil, including Prosthetic Horns, by Shonagh Scott 
This woman is insanely talented when it comes to make up and this tutorial is no exception. A recent find for me, I subscribed straight away as her 'generic' make up looks are well explained and flawless; so when I saw this tutorial pop up, I knew I would have to mention it in a blog post! If you have a lot of time on your hands and can get hold of the bits required to complete/adapt this look, I think you'd be one well-dressed person this time next week!

One for the People on a Budget: Vampire Look by Make Up by Leyla
Basically me this year, I'm looking into going down the root of vampire as it is easy to recreate without having to go out and buy costume, make up or similar. Whilst Leyla uses some more high-end products, I chose her tutorial as she shows you well how you can use products to create the look; my intention is to use the techniques with just the products I have already.

One for the Time Savers: Harley Quinn by Pixiwoo
For those of you who are time restricted but don't fancy being cats for the hundredth year in a row, this one is for you! With the release of Suicide Squad next year, why not jump on the band wagon early and pretend you're Margot Robbie... or if you have no clue who she is, Nic does well at explaining who Harley Quinn is and why she makes the perfect Halloween costume!

One for the Creeps: Exorcist
Another person that I completely admire is Lex from "madeyewlook" - she has insane costume tutorials! Her "easy exorcist" look may be pretty easy, but paired with contacts that you can get online and the amazing use of grey and purple shadows, you can easily look creepy enough to be possessed!

One for the Groups
This has to be one of the best things I've seen surfacing the internet this year - what could be a better group outfit than the snapchat filters?! Again Lex explains the tutorials so well and I think this would be perfect to do with friends and/or family, especially as it's a unisex thing! 

Let me know which one's your favourite suggestion or if you have any of your own, feel free to comment them below so that I can perhaps get some more inspiration! Sorry for the lack of posts, I'm still trying to get into a routine with uni life... have a great weekend!
Becky xx

*All images are screenshots of the relevant youtube videos*


  1. I'm trying to decide what to go as on Saturday and this was really helpful - thank you!

    Faye x
    i wish i could wink


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