Where To Get Your Hair and Makeup Sorted This Halloween
Every year around this time, we all find ourselves Googling Halloween costumes and thinking of what we should dress up as this year. Why not take your costume up a notch this spooky season and invest in professional hair & makeup to top off your Halloween look!
Whether you book an appointment to be transformed by a stylist or you simply invest in some products to horrify-up your look, we’ve got some spooky ideas to get the Halloween creative juices flowing.
Makeup For Ever, Clarendon Street
Makeup For Ever love Halloween and have many expert Makeup Artists on hand to transform you. From cute to downright scary, full face painting to creative eye looks, they cover it all. Have kids? They even do child friendly Halloween faces.
Hairspray, Henry Street & Wicklow Street
Hairspray sell clip-in hair extensions, pony tails, wigs, eye lashes and makeup – essentially everything you need to accessorise your Halloween costume! For the ultimate effect add hair extensions to create length and/or volume which can be applied in-store. Don’t want to make the commitment? Hairspray sell over 20 different character wigs, perfect for Halloween!
Inglot, Jervis Shopping Centre & South Anne Street
Why not drop into Inglot and pick up some key makeup pieces to create your Halloween look. The look below was fashioned using various Inglot products from the ‘What a Spice’ Collection. Autumnal colours create the perfect colour palette for a frightful Halloween feel.
Claire’s Accessories, Ilac Shopping Centre, Grafton Street & Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre
On a budget? Claire’s have scary face tattoo’s such as skeletons, bats and spooky cats. No skill required, with the ultimate effect! They also sell a range of wigs and Halloween hair accessories to pull off your look.
If you’re feeling brave and want to tackle a full Halloween face yourself, why not check out our video tutorial below! You can buy face paint or theatrical makeup in stores such as The Silly Shop, Celebrations and Fun Place.
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