Easy Halloween eye makeup looks to recreate this weekend that are anything but basic

Whether you’re trying to find a last minute costume or just love an excuse to experiment with some seasonal beauty looks, makeup is one of the easiest ways to get into the Halloween spirit.

For anyone capable of committing to a full face of Halloween-themed makeup, we salute you. But for those of us looking for something a little more straightforward and quick to do, eye makeup is one of the easiest ways to commit to a spooky look without too much effort.

Whether it’s part of your costume or you just want to jazz up your usual makeup look to get into the Halloween spirit we’ve got you covered.

For something more subtle, add a dainty cobweb or pair of devil horns to your regular eyeliner for a low maintenance nod to the season, or turn your eyeliner wing into a batwing for a cute spin on Halloween makeup.

For something more full on, some red eyeliner can help you create the ultimate creepy clown look with minimal effort.

With Halloween a little over a week away, now is the perfect time to start practicing your makeup look so you know exactly what you’re doing when it comes to getting ready for the festivities.

So if you’re struggling for inspiration, or just need some last minute inspiration to get glammed for Halloween, here are some of our favourite easy eye makeup looks that are anything but basic.

Batwing eyeliner

The perfect way to add a subtle touch of Halloween to your eye makeup is by turning your eyeliner wing into a delicate bat wing. To create the sharp, defined details, use an eyeliner pen rather than liquid or gel eyeliner.

Shop the look: NYX Professional Makeup Epic Ink Eye Liner, £6 here

Dainty daggers

Give the term throwing daggers a whole new meaning with this tiny sword artwork complete with blood spatter that makes it perfect for Halloween. Use liquid eyeliner and a white eyeliner pencil for the dagger, and finish off with red cream eyeshadow or liner for the blood flecks.

Shop the look: NYX Professional Makeup Epic Wear Long Lasting Liner Stick in Pure White, £7 here, and About Face Matte Fluid Eye Paint in shade Scream of Consciousness, £16.80 here (was £21)

Glittering blood drips

Blood drips are the perfect Halloween-inspired detail, and this rhinestone-embellish update not only elevates them, but the crystals also help cover up any wobbly lines done by an unsteady hand, making it super low maintenance to do.

Shop the look: Revolution X It Beep Beep Richie Red Liner, £4.99 here, and Makeup Revolution Artist Collection Embellishment Kit, £5 here (was £9.99)

Simple devil horns

Give your eyeshadow and winged eyeliner a devlish update with some minimalist horns painted on the top. Fill with red glitter and add a sharp eyeliner wing for some added drama.

Shop the look: NYX Professional Makeup Ultimate Glow Shots Liquid Eyeshadow, £6.67 here (was £10) and NYX Professional Makeup Epic Ink Eye Liner, £6 here

All out cobwebs

Cobwebs are the perfect addition to any eye makeup look, and you can give them some all-out drama like the ones above, or keep it simple with a tiny version hanging from your eyeliner wing. Use a black eyeliner pen, and add some sparkle with a glittery eyeliner.

Shop the look: No7 Stay Precise Felt Tip Eye Liner in Silver Shimmer, £9.95 here, with Urban Decay Perversion Waterproof Pen, £20 here

It-inspired clown

Inspired by one of the most iconic clowns in horror films, Pennywise from It, Olive Wright created this straightforward clown makeup for Beauty Bay.

Shop the look: Jeffree Star Liquid Lipstick in RedRum, £13.40 here (was £16.75), the By Beauty Bay Bright Matte 42 Colour Palette, £17.45 here (was £25), and the By Beauty Bay Metamorphic Liquid Eyeshadow Duo, £14 here

Subtle clown liner

For a more subtle take on the spooky clown-inspired makeup, create small triangles under the centre of your eye with liquid eyeliner. Add two small dots below the triangle to complete the look.

Shop the look: MAC Brushstroke Liner in Brushblack, £20 here

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