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DIY Halloween makeup products

No costume? No problem. Try these Halloween makeup products for an easy fix.

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MAC Cosmetics Rocky Horror Picture Show Glitter, $23, at MAC Cosmetics, locations throughout the city, visit maccosmetics.com
 (Photograph: Lauren Spinelli)
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Photograph: Lauren SpinelliimPress press-on manicure by Broadway Nails, $5, at CVS locations throughout the city; visit cvs.com
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NYX Wicked Lippies lipstick, $6 each, at nyxcosmetics.com
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Topshop Beauty Glitter Pot in space cowboy, $6, at Topshop, 478 Broadway between Broome and Grand Sts (212-966-9555, topshop.com)
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Make Up for Ever Eyelashes #115, $16, at Sephora, locations throughout the city; visit sephora.com
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Lime Crime Velvetine lip colors, $20 each, at limecrime.com
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Make Up for Ever Artist Shadow, $21, at Sephora, locations throughout the city; visit sephora.com 
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KISS Eye Tattoos, $2, at CVS, locations throughout the city; visit cvs.com
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MAC Cosmetics Rocky Horror lashes, $19, at MAC, locations throughout the city; visit maccosmetics.com
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NYX Simply Vamp lip cream, $7, at nyxcosmetics.com
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Sara M. Lyons Creepy Cute nail decal, $18, at Urban Outfitters, locations throughout the city; visit urbanoutfitters.com
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Urban Decay 24:7 Glide-On eyeliner, $20 each, at Sephora, locations throughout the city; visit sephora.com
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Urban Decay Perversion Glitter Dip false lashes, $15, at Sephora, locations throughout the city; visit sephora.com
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UV lipstick, $8, at Topshop, 478 Broadway between Broome and Grand Sts (212-966-9555, topshop.com)
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Redken Color Rebel hair makeup, $24, at redken.com
By Jennifer Picht |
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Purchasing a costume at Halloween stores in New York can be pricey. Solution: Opt for a wicked makeup look instead. While there are plenty of NYC salons offering Halloween makeup ideas and services, take the DIY route and create your own unique (and cheap) look. Instead of fake blood and fangs, our favorite Halloween makeup products are less guts-and-gore, more glitter-and-glam. Whether you’re into spooky nail art or dying your hair electric-pink, don’t be afraid to be daring—Halloween only comes once a year.

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