Makeup Basics

Once you have found your favorite Halloween costume, spruce up your look with a set of our makeup basics. Professional makeup artists have tons of brushes, sponges, and colorful face paints, but all you need to create the perfect Halloween look are a few basic costume makeup items. If you are unsure of how to begin, many of our makeup kits come with basic instructions and tips for how to create the look you want.

Makeup Basics - Pointy Elf Ears

Pointy Elf Ears

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Makeup Basics - Authentic Natural Santa Eyebrows

Authentic Natural Santa Eyebrows

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Makeup Basics - Face Paint Blue

Face Paint Blue

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Makeup Basics - Black Nailpolish

Black Nailpolish

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Makeup Basics - Glamour Girl Makeup

Glamour Girl Makeup

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Makeup Basics - Black Hairspray

Black Hairspray

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Makeup Basics - White Hairspray

White Hairspray

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Makeup Basics - Tri Color Palettes Skeleton

Tri Color Palettes Skeleton

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Makeup Basics - Tri Color Palettes Vampire

Tri Color Palettes Vampire

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Makeup Basics - Lipstick Black

Lipstick Black

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Makeup Basics - Silver Glitter Hairspray

Silver Glitter Hairspray

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Makeup Basics - Spirit Gum and Remover Combo

Spirit Gum and Remover Combo

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Makeup Basics - 2oz Zombie Blood Spray

2oz Zombie Blood Spray

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Makeup Basics - Clip-in Hair Blue Extensions

Clip-in Hair Blue Extensions

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Makeup Basics - Face Paint White

Face Paint White

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Makeup Basics - Zombie Dirt Makeup

Zombie Dirt Makeup

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Some good basics to have on had include face paint, spirit gum, and latex body paint. With the right prosthetics and makeup you can create almost any look you want. Begin with a simple application of foundation, lipstick, or eye shadow. For more complex costumes, you may need adhesives like spirit gum. Body adhesives can let you add prosthetic features, scars, gashes, and other body parts to your look.

Once you've decided on facial makeup, you can move your attention to hair and nails. Match your nail color to your outfit with nail polish or fake nail stick-ons. A colored hair streak or extension can add a touch of spunk to your look.

Cover your basic makeup needs with our face paints, hair color, and fake blood items.