21 Temporary Tatts You Can Wear as a Halloween Costume
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21 Temporary Tatts You Can Wear as a Halloween Costume

Your Halloween costume probably includes a mask, wig or face paint. But there’s one form of disguise that often gets overlooked: temporary tattoos! They’re much simpler than intricate face painting, and they’re smudge proof! We’ve found some of the best temp tats to enhance your costume this year.

1. Winged Insects: Going for a grown-up look with a touch of creep factor? These DIY intricate insects bring some serious shock value. (via Martha Stewart)

2. Game of Thrones, House Stark ($15): This GOT shield chest tattoo looks so legit. People might think that your ink is the real deal and you’ll be a hit among GOT lovers. (via Etsy)

3. Wonder Woman Headband ($4.99): Wig+headband can equal uncountable mirror checks, but with the headband in tattoo form, there’s less for you to fidget with. Now you can focus on the real superhero stuff. (via Official Costumes)

4. Sugar Skull: This full-faced tatt is a tribute to the most celebrated icon of the Day of the Dead. An elaborate sugar skull tatt paired with a flower crown and an LBD can be a gorgeous costume that looks more difficult than it is. (via Ebay)

5. Creepy Crawlies ($5): Even if you’re going to a fancy Halloween shindig, these little spiders could give your look a little scare tactic. (via Etsy)

6. Rosie the Riveter ($5): Going for the classic Rosie look? Stand out from the crowd with your mantra tattooed right on your forearm. (via Tattly)

7. Slash ($25): Yes, of course ladies can go as Slash for Halloween. Get the tatts you need to make your costume more realistic. (via Etsy)

8. Nightmare Before Christmas ($12): Show your love for this Halloween classic with a half-sleeve Jack Skeleton tattoo. (via Etsy)

9. Go Nautical ($12): Whether you’re going as a pirate or a sailor, show your love for the seven seas with any or all of these realistic, nautical tatts. (via Etsy)

10. Blue Crystal Carnival Mask ($15): Your mask won’t cover up your makeup when it kind of is your makeup. This blinged out mask tattoo has got “mystery lady” written all over it. (via Etsy)

11. Leopard Eyeshadow ($4): This is one way your classic cat costume can go glam. We love this leopard look without the need of a steady hand for face paint or makeup. (via Etsy)

12. Mini Finger Mustache ($3): May the ‘stache trend never die. This is the ultimate last-minute costume if you want to go as a hipster for Halloween. (via Etsy)

13. Scarecrow Makeup ($13): How adorable? With a floppy hat, plaid shirt and jeans, you’re a scarecrow just like that! (via Etsy)

14. Spiderweb Tattoo ($7): Even if you’re not going full-costume for Halloween, this is a fun creepy touch. You can put it on your shoulder or try it on the back of your neck or on the back of your shoulder. (via Etsy)

15. DIY Spiders: This can seriously make anything you’re wearing super frightful. From your fingertips to your hairline, these huge spiders add some serious drama. (via Martha Stewart)

16. Skull and Crossbones ($5): This is the classic sign of something dangerous, so if danger is your thing take this tatt for  a spin. (via Tattly)

17. Dapper Mustache ($4): Guy or gal, you can’t deny the old-timey dapperness of a handlebar mustache. If you can’t grow one yourself, slap this on for the night. (via Etsy)

18. Lip Tattoos ($10): Celebs love these lipstick substitutes. You don’t need to re-apply or touch up lip tattoos! They stay on all night. (via Violent Lips)

19. Kitty Face ($5): For you or the kiddos, why not try a cat face? Whiskers included. (via Tattly)

20. Harry Potter Death Eater ($10): Die hard Harry Potter fan? For one night, you can pledge your allegiance to the dark side. (via Etsy)

21. Cake Tattoos: We got a little tattoo happy over here and couldn’t help but share this epic cake tattoo method. Cake decorating can be tricky, but with a tattoo, it’s a cinch! (via Martha Stewart)

Do you have a temporary tattoo perfect for Halloween? Let us know down below!