ICYMI, we live for Halloween. All year we look forward to pumpkin decorating, costume DIYing, and trick-or-treating. But, most of all, we’re *always* on the hunt for unique and innovative ideas to slay our favorite October holiday. Lucky for us, sometimes all we need is playfully dramatic makeup to really pull a look together. Scroll on for 67 of our favorite original Halloween makeup ideas — ranging from easy-to-achieve to jaw-droppingly advanced — and prepare to take your disguise to the next post-worthy level.

Pop Art Halloween Makeup

1. Pop Art Makeup: Channel your inner Warhol with a creative take on an iconic art movement. (via Brit + Co)

2. Shepard Fairey Painting: A tribute to Obama is always worthwhile in our book, especially when it’s this creative.

Harley Quinn Halloween Makeup

3. Harley Quinn: She may have been corrupted by the Joker, but Harley is still H-O-T. (via Brit + Co)

Bowie Emojis Halloween Makeup

4. Bowie Emojis: Pair an Aladdin Sane lightning bolt with your own karaoke version of “Ziggy Stardust” for a Halloween costume that’s sure to turn heads. (via Brit + Co)

Jungle Cat Halloween Makeup

5. Jungle Cat: Definitely not for the intro level makeup artist, but major makeup #goals. RAWRR. (via Brit + Co)

Flamingo Halloween Makeup

6. Flamingo: Halloween is truly the best time to let your inner bird shine. (via Brit + Co)

Wonder Woman Halloween Makeup

7. Wonder Woman: It’s your turn to become the feminist-friendly box-office sensation that we all need. (via Brit + Co)

8. Jem: Clearly, we are as obsessed with ’80s cartoon characters as we are with Halloween makeup. Light pink hair, a simple star, and a bold pink pout will bring your Jem look to life. (via Brit + Co)

Chill Halloween Makeup

9. Chill: Go crazy with all the blues to nail the icy half of everyone’s favorite Netflix and chill costume. (via Brit + Co)

10. Madame D from Grand Budapest Hotel: Even though Madame D isn’t in the film for long, we quickly fell in love with her — especially her style. This elderly makeup look may seem tricky, but you can totally handle it! (via Brit + Co)

Jellyfish Halloween Makeup

11. Jellyfish: Not only will you look like one of the most magical sea creatures to exist, but you’ll be protected from the rain if the sky decides to open up too. (via Brit + Co)

12. Witch: The OG Halloween costume. Use a little green face paint accented with mossy contouring and a purple lip to get witchy with it in no time. (via Brit + Co)

13. Robot: You don’t have to wear a spooky costume for Halloween shenanigans; there are getups that can be pretty and a little creepy, too. Take this colorful robot, for example. It blends equal parts artsy beauty with the futuristic fierceness that is sure to get the party talking. (via Brit + Co)

14. Half Sugar Skull: Go halfsies on your DIY sugar skull so you don’t have to worry about keeping it symmetrical. Add your favorite lip color and a creative costume for a memorable look. (via Brit + Co)

15. Clown: A creepy clown has always been a go-to Halloween costume, but this year, why not put a creative, colorful spin on it? Featuring pops of bright blue, lime green, and hot pink, makeup artist Fernanda Machado’s original creation achieves those spooky, artistic vibes you’re longing to channel. (via Brit + Co)

16. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: They fight crime. They eat pizza. They’re named after Italian Renaissance artists. They’re Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! And, let’s face it, they’re the coolest reptile warriors in town. (via Brit + Co)

17. Zombie: As much as we love channeling our inner Wonder Woman, pulling off a slightly gorier zombie costume presents the Halloween makeup challenge we crave. Here we’ve created an approachable zombie makeup tutorial so you can still feel like a babe while staying true to the holiday’s spooky vibe. (via Brit + Co)

18. Creepy Clown: No matter if you’re going as a clown or as a mime, this kinda creepy, kinda cute look will achieve all of your Halloween dreams. (via Brit + Co)

19. True Colors: Show us what you got with this playful, technicolor makeup DIY that’s definitely open to interpretation.

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20. Rainbow Skull: Brighten up an otherwise dark and spooky look with not one, but all the colors of the rainbow.

21. Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy: A makeup sponge is key when creating this simple mean green look. (via Brit + Co)

22. Gorgeous Ghost: What?! Dead people can be pretty too! (via Brit + Co)

23. Trick-or-Treat: We’ll always take some sweets on Halloween — especially when they’re in the form of colorful makeup.

24. Queen of Hearts: Are Tim Burton fans attending your bash? Then they’ll definitely approve of this look. After all, why not be a queen for Halloween? (via Brit + Co)

25. Rocket from Guardians of the Galaxy: This raccoon look is pretty dang convincing. Even if you opt for the store- bought costume, this makeup adds that homemade touch we live for. (via Brit + Co)

26. Millennial Pink: We’re getting Zenon vibes with plenty of sparkly, metallic makeup to match. (via Brit + Co)

27. Modern Vampire Beauty: Fangs will forever be in fashion. But that doesn’t mean you have to have blood dripping down your chin to let people know what you are. You’re a classy vampire. (via Brit + Co)

28. Skeleton from “David S. Pumpkins”: If you’ve yet to see SNL‘s skit, then TBH, you haven’t really lived. Recreate this extremely goofy twist on the traditional Halloween character for guaranteed all-night laughs. (via Brit + Co)

29. Pop Art Zombie: We live for out-of-the-box zombie looks, and it’s fair to say that this show-stopping peekaboo number hits the mark.

30. Zoya the Destroya and Liberty Belle from GLOW: Contouring is key when it comes to creating these wrestler babes’ game faces. Who will win: Zoya or Liberty Belle? (via Brit + Co)

31. Bombshell Skeleton: Hoping to harness a spooky mood that doesn’t sacrifice style? Look no further than this glam take on the undead. (via Brit + Co)

32. Fairy: This costume at its core is really simple to make, but adding makeup and hair accents will take it from makeshift to masterpiece. (via Brit + Co)

33. Started from the Bottom Ilana from Broad City: Possibly one of the most epic episode intros of all time, season one’s “Apartment Hunters” begins with a music video short where Ilana looks like an absolute kween. (via Brit + Co)

34. Woodland Fairy: Minus the butterfly lashes, we would wear this look to a festival. All right, you got us. We’d wear the lashes too. (via Brit + Co)

35. Wisdom Teeth Abbi from Broad City: Season two’s “Wisdom Teeth” episode is arguably one of the best ever. After Abbi gets her wisdom teeth pulled, she takes too much pain medication combined with a ganja-infused smoothie and passes out. Ilana then decides to *paint* her face with makeup while feeling particularly lit. This is THAT look. LOL. (via Brit + Co)

36. Snapchat Puppy: The trick here is to take a screenshot of yourself in the makeup filter of your choice and then use that as your makeup inspiration photo. (via Brit + Co)

37. Hocus Pocus Witches: Those lips, tho. (via Brit + Co)

38. Snapchat Flower Crown Filter: Highlight heavily and contour softly to recreate this popular floral filter. Pro tip: wear lavender or gray contacts to complete the lewk. (via Brit + Co)

39. Dinosaur: Any makeup look that calls for finishing touches of glitter, wins. Tap it on anywhere that your little dino heart desires! (via Brit + Co)

40. Anna from Frozen: Begin by following this tutorial to get your base makeup for this look. For your bronzer, apply in a more circular motion to create her doll-like facial structure. Keep your blush bright pink but blend just on the apples of your cheeks. (via Brit + Co)

41. Jailbird: Simple tutorial alert! We used the Cat Eye Kit to create these fierce, winged eyes. Continue the eyeliner line down the nose to make a bird beak. (via Brit + Co)

42.Dalmation: Whether you’re one of 101 or just a solo, spotted pooch this Halloween, you only need to use black and white face paint to create a doggone (get it?) adorable look. (via Brit + Co)

43. Rainbow: This is actually really simple to recreate — all you need are rainbow cream colors and a small paintbrush or makeup brush to apply them with. (via Brit + Co)

44. Doll Face: Creepy meets pretty in this eerie Halloween beauty look. (via Brit + Co)

45. Scarecrow: There’s nothing wrong with keeping it classic for Halloween. Amp up your traditional scarecrow outfit with a little face paint for a pulled-together look in 20 minutes or less. (via Brit + Co)

46. Zombie Skeleton: Our very own beauty editor knows a thing or two about how to wield makeup for a creepy-meets-gorgeous Halloween makeup look. Talk about a new meaning for the phrase “drop dead gorgeous.”

47. Frida Kahlo: Trace on a unibrow and you’re well on your way to emulating Frida’s signature look. (via Brit + Co)

48. Mermaid: Who says that your mermaid dreams have to stay just dreams? With the right pastel makeup and brightly colored mane, you’ll be giving off mermaid vibes in no time. (via Brit + Co)

49. Elsa from Frozen: Channel Elsa’s icy cool vibes by using a much lighter foundation than you normally would paired with bright cream eyeshadow. (via Brit + Co)

50. Ursula: Even if you’re not a makeup artist, you can easily recreate this look by capturing the shape of her face. Look at each part before you start painting yourself, and do each step in order. (via Brit + Co)

51. Pot of Gold: Rainbow hair atop a highlighted and bronzed beauty look makes for one leprechaun-approved Halloween makeup idea. (via Brit + Co)

52. Purrfect Black Cat: Being a black cat is always a solid option. Grab your liquid liner to DIY this look. Don’t forget the ears! (via Brit + Co)

53. Cheshire Cat: “If you don’t know where you want to go, then it doesn’t matter which path you take.”

54. Snapchat Bee Filter: Dramatic lashes and yellow cream makeup go a long way when it comes to pulling off this popular — or should we say buzzy — Snap filter. (via Brit + Co)

55. Vampire: This vamp costume is perfect for the dark-haired, busy gal on a budget. It doesn’t take a vampire’s life span (AKA eternity) to make — and with just a few easy steps you’re transformed into a picture-perfect creature of the night! (via Brit + Co)

56. Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” Makeup:Katy Perry is undeniably the queen of costumes. So, why not take a page out of her book and DIY her standing ovation-worthy “Dark Horse” look? (via Brit + Co)

57. Lion: We’re always down to be the queen of the jungle for Halloween. (via Brit + Co)

58. La Croix: Pick your fave fizzy flavor and you’re sure to win the contest. After all, La Croix is life. (via Brit + Co)

59. Mad Hatter: This makeup is an understated version inspired by the original and is really easy to recreate. And yes, those are fake eyelashes we used as eyebrows for the ultimate Halloween hack win! (via Brit + Co)

60. Caterpillar and Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland: Whooooo are yoooooou? (via Brit + Co)

61. Unicorn: Pastel hair and makeup, a flower crown, a white body suit, and a unicorn horn make for one seriously simple Halloween look. (via Brit + Co)

62. Andy Warhol’s Marilyn: Head to your local beauty store and grab all the pink face paint you can to get ready to rock your inner pop self. (via Brit + Co)

63. David Bowie: “I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring.” (via Brit + Co)

64. The Joker: Ugh, it’s just so sexy-creepy, we can’t. (via Brit + Co)

65. Trump: All you need is some bigly orange bronzer to make this your greatest Halloween look ever. No Halloween has ever been this great before. It’s the greatest. (via Brit + Co)

66. The Nightmare Before Christmas: It’s never too early to start the Christmas festivities. Try out this simple makeup DIY from The Nightmare Before Christmas to jumpstart the holiday season. (via Brit + Co)

67. Pretty Zombie: The living dead? More like the living drop-dead gorgeous. (via Brit + Co)

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