Halloween brings out the kid in all of us. As much as we love dressing up in the spookiest, craziest and funniest costumes, we also need the perfect hairstyle to complete our look and set the mood.
Ladies, if you haven’t decided how you’re going to style your hair for Allhallows Eve, here are a few easy, last-minute Halloween hairstyles for you to try out:
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Creepy Wet Look Hairstyle for Halloween
Remember Samara Morgan’s spooky wet hair in The Ring? The hairstyle sends chills down the spine, doesn’t it? You too can create your own variation of the wet look Halloween hair by applying a generous amount of hair styling gel through the lengths of your damp hair and styling your tresses with your fingers to make them look poker-straight and spooky.
Want to take this look to the next level of scary? Wrap your slick hair in a hair net and lend a haunting effect to your hairstyle!
This style can be created on second or even third day hair. Dab some baby powder on your face to and wear the darkest shade of lipstick that you have (preferably black, maroon or burgundy) to complete your Halloween look!
Zombie Hair for Halloween
This is one of the easiest last-minute Halloween hairstyles and can be created with any length, texture and color of hair. Spritz the roots of your hair with some high-lift creation hairspray to boost them up and start back brushing your tresses to create volume. When you’re happy with the height and puffiness of your hair, secure the style for longer wear by spritzing it with a strong hold hairspray.
Pair your zombie hairstyle with very pale makeup; light eyebrows, nude lips and dark under eye shadow will help to complete the look!
Crimped Hair for Halloween
Crimp your hair to create another super easy hairstyle for Halloween. The best thing about this hairstyle is that it goes with almost any kind of costume that you choose.
If you’re going for a glamorous look this Halloween, apply a tiny amount of strand smoother serum spray along the lengths of your hair to make it smooth and shiny before crimping. You can wear your crimped hair loose (as shown in the image above) or tie it up in a bun, braid or ponytail.
However, if you want to go for an out-and-out horror look, tease the inner layers of your to build volume and crimp only the upper layers to lend your Halloween hairstyle a textured finish. Pair it with blood red lipstick to complete your look!