15 All-Natural Beauty Alternatives for Your Halloween Makeup
Halloween means spending loads of time trying to figure out which costume is right for you (and your little ones). Anyone who’s into Halloween knows that deciding on the costume is only half the battle — getting your face just right is just as important. If you’re a green beauty junkie though, finding mostly- or all-natural products is just one more thing to worry about. Because we love good-for-skin products just as much as you do, we compiled a list of our fave natural makeup products. Now you can spend less time stressing and more time putting the finishing touches on your Beyoncé costume.
1. Pure Poppet Natural Face Paint Packs ($18): If you have a lot of faces to paint this Halloween, a kit like this one from Pure Poppet is just the fit. Safe for kids and for mom, each pack includes three mineral powders and three stencils. Just line up the little ones and get to coloring in the lines.
2. Tint Tonic All-Natural Face Paint ($18): A colorful group costume like our fruit salad squad can be created with ease thanks to this bunch of all-natural face paints. Good-for-skin ingredients means that you’ll get to celebrate Halloweekend without worrying about all of the rehab your skin will need to get back to normal post-celebration.
3. Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar ($9): Take your black cat costume to the next level by painting your lips with this matte lip tar. Safe for your cute little cat nose too, just use the included applicator to fill in your lips, and you’re reading to take on the holiday.
4. Zoya Raven Nail Polish ($9): Black nail polish is a must for hardcore costumes, like our take on the Bad Blood look. Badass as you may be, you still want a product that’s going to be good for your body, and this natural nail polish is a perfect solution.
5. Tint Tonic All-Natural Face and Body Paint ($5): Perfect for pretty much any costume that requires a base of white or black, this kit is a perfect start to getting Halloween-ready. The included tools make application super easy, so say goodbye to holiday stress.
6. 100% Pure Luminous Cream Highlighter ($21): For a Halloween costume that requires a bright glow, like our jellyfish costume, a highlighter is a total necessity. This creamy product is made up of thousands of light-reflective pigments, making it easy to get your shine on.
7. EcoTools Natural Accent Lashes ($6): These lashes are a match made in heaven for your doll costume. Super easy to apply because of their small size, they’ll allow you to add emphasis right where you need it.
8. Josie Maran Argan Creamy Concealer Crayon ($20): No matter what your costume, you’ll benefit from a clear base, and this concealer is just right for the mission. It’s infused with argan oil and totally buildable, so you control the level of coverage.
9. Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Full Coverage Foundation ($39): For more coverage, follow your concealer with a full foundation like this one from tarte. Available in a huge variety of shades, this will make your skin nothing short of camera ready all night long, whether you’re playing Maleficent or a deer.
10. Dear Baby Products Frigid Princess Face Paint ($12): Here’s your one-stop shop for all the face paint you need to lock in your Frozen costume. Since this palette is all-natural and baby-safe, you could even be a mom-and-baby Elsa duo, because that would be the cutest thing Halloweekend has ever seen.
12. Georgie Beauty Midnight Muse Faux Lashes ($18): Get big and bold celeb-worthy lashes worthy of your Beyoncé costume without compromising your love of green beauty. These faux beauties are free of formaldehyde, parabens and phthalates, so get ready to nab a few pairs and rock Queen B-approved style on the daily.
13. Pacifica Nail Polish Trio ($20): Share this set with your BFFs for the final step of your group costume. It’s fast drying, so it’s totally no biggie if you’re all running late because your Halloween-inspired cocktails put you off schedule.
14. Tator Rounds Beauty Candy Corn Collection ($14): Though candy corn is still one of those sweets that so many love to hate, this collection of candy corn-inspired eye shadows is great for anyone looking for a simple way to ease some Halloween spirit into an otherwise simple costume.
15. DIY Face Paint: If you’re DIY all the way, give making your own face paint a shot. Plus, you’ll save money. All you need is corn starch, a face lotion, 1/4 teaspoon vegetable oil, washable paints, natural food coloring or homemade dyes and a few containers. (via by Pop Sugar)
Which natural makeup are you pumped about adding to your costume this Halloween? Let us know in the comments!