Halloween Goes Hollywood: Awesome DIY Halloween Make-up Tutorials — “Corpse Bride,” “Nightmare Before Christmas,” “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” & “Terminator” « Frugal Café Blog Zone

Halloween Goes Hollywood: Awesome DIY Halloween Make-up Tutorials — “Corpse Bride,” “Nightmare Before Christmas,” “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” & “Terminator”

Posted By on October 25, 2012

 

From the macabre to the elegant, four amazing, unique make-up tutorials for Halloween, inspired by Hollywood movies. A DIY make-up job for Halloween could save you some serious money over costume rentals or buying expensive costumes.

Check out Promise Tamang Phan’s YouTube channel for many more of her stunning make-up creations and her easy-to-follow video tutorials.

Emily (“Corpse Bride”) Halloween Make-up Look

 

Sally (“Nightmare Before Christmas”) Halloween Make-up Look

 

Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” — Halloween Make-up Look

 

“Terminator” SFX Make-up Tutorial — Halloween Make-up Look

 

More DIY frugal costume ideas:

Frighteningly Frugal: Cheap & Easy DIY Halloween Costumes Pulled Together from the Goodwill Store & Your Closet, Plus Making Magic Wands (video)

Halloween DIY Tiaras & Crowns… How to Save Money by Making Beautiful, Thrifty Costume Headpieces for the Frugal Prince or Princess (video)

DIY Fashion: ThreadBanger | Video Demo: Frugal Halloween Costumes | Pirate Costume

DIY Fashion: ThreadBanger | Video Demo: Frugal Halloween Costumes | Fabulous Wicked Witch Costume

DIY Fashion: ThreadBanger Video Demo | Frugal Halloween Costumes | How to Make a Michael Jackson Costume

DIY Fashion: Grandma Dig’s Video Demo: Frugal Halloween Costumes | Ghoul Robe

Frugal DIY Halloween Costumes, Politically/Socially Inspired: Balloon Boy, Illegal Alien, Bernie Madoff, Octomom, & More

Chic to Be Cheap… Halloween Fashion DIY: Make Your Own Fairy Wings (video)

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