The scarier the better is a rule only for Halloween makeup. Its the one day you cannot be wrong with too much makeup, using it as a tool to create a special Halloween image. Your makeup can be combined with the costume or simply replace it. The only point here is that you can forget about being yourself and start your magnificent transformation into a new character.
Harley Quinn Anticipating the Suicide Squad movie makes the characters of Harley Quinn and Joker especially popular. The shabby character makeup is really easy to implement. Use white face paint or baby powder to make that clown-like pale complexion. Use black eyeliner for eyebrows and eyes (including inner eyelid). Now, all you need is red lipstick and a bit of mascara (actually, you can use more mascara around eyes creating a smeared effect).
Calavera Calavera is Spanish for skull. This makeup style got really popular recently far beyond Mexico. It looks really sophisticated on Halloween night, with the shades of fear and romance combined in one image. The technique is a bit more complicated than your routine makeup but it is really worth trying. To create Calavera look, you need to start with white cream base. Apply it on your face avoiding zones under your eyes and on your nose. Then use black cream to fill in the eye area as well as the nose creating the shape of a skull. If you are good at painting you can add many more interesting details. However, it is enough to outline teeth and cheekbones to create the image. There are no rules for Calavera makeup so you can use your imagination and experiment.
TribalDo you remember Rihanna rocking W magazine cover with wild tribal image? This diva knows how to impress, for sure. Why dont you use the idea for Halloween makeup and add some tribal elements to your Halloween image? Imagine your face is an abstract painting. Use small brushes to add lines, dot and other geometric elements. Use eye shadows to color your face in red, blue or green. Pay special attention to forehead it can be darkened or lightened with face paint, as well as covered with ornament painting.