Bewitching Halloween makeup ideas
Looking for a ghoulish way to spook up your 2012 Halloween look?

Unless you fancy actually looking like a ghost, bewitching makeup and terrifying talons are probably the best way to give fright night a fashionable nod.

Here are our picks for fabulously frightening glamour.

Graphic lines and neon hues have never been hotter so why give the trends a Halloween twist. Grab a liquid eyeliner, such as M.A.C Superslick Liner, and embrace your inner artist with some subtly spooky cobweb designs. Then add a pop of colour with some ghoulish green eyeshadow such as Barry M Dazzle Dust in Parrot Green or M.A.C Sassy Green.

Halloween is all about crimson lips, so get your hands on a classic blood red lippy. Ruby Woo by M.A.C or Really Red by Revlon are gorgeously rich colours.

For brilliantly spooky nails, look no further than innovative nail brand China Glaze which has created an entire Halloween collection. Haunting is a shadowy black with shimmering silver glitter, Crimson is a deep purple crème with a hint of blood red, Near Dark is rich mossy green crème, Ghoulish Glow is a brilliant Glow-in-the-Dark topcoat and Black Mesh is a Crackle Glaze topcoat for a cobweb-like effect.

Forget super-sleek tresses, fright night is all about ghoulishly unkempt locks. Give your hair some messy texture with best-selling Batiste Dry Shampoo or add some texturising powder, such as L’Oreal Tecni.Art Super Dust. Add some colour Fudge Paintbox range of Semi-Permanent Hair Colours. Or for a less daring look, take a look at Star Gazer clip-in hair extensions which are available in a whole rainbow of colours. © Cover Media