You can create a cat makeup look for Halloween with ease.

Halloween is creeping ever closer. You’re in luck if you have been struggling to come up with costume ideas. Alonna, a web designer at LovelySkin, shows you how to make a classic cat-eye look for Halloween.

Create a base of makeup that is even before you begin drawing your cat’s face. Use your favorite primer, concealer, and foundation to create a flawless canvas.

A smoky eye will add a touch of sultry spookiness. To make your Halloween look last, apply GloLid Primers on your eyelids. Youngblood pressed mineral eyeshadow quad – Starlet has four shades to create a smoky, cat-eye look. Sweep dark gray from the lashes into the crease. The white shadow should be applied from the crease to the eyebrow. Black shadow can be blended in where the gray and the white meet the crease of the eye to give your look depth. Add the lighter gray shade to your eyelid just above the lash line. Smudge your shadows to create a smoky effect.

Use Stila Stay All Day Liquid Eyeliner Black to add definition to your eye. To add extra drama, create a classic cat-eye but extend the wing at the outer corner a bit further than usual. The darkest shade from Starlet Pressed Mineral eyeshadow quad is best used under the lower lash line. Smudge it to create shadows. Use Stila Stay All Day Liquid Eyeliner for a total cat effect. Add wings to your inner corners as well. Use Outrageous Lash Mineral Lengthening mascara to get fuller and more defined lashes.

It’s now time to add some feline flair. Draw a heart-shaped line on your nose using Stila Stay All Day Liquid Eyeliner. To create the shape of a cute cat’s nose, dip a flat Eyeliner Brush into GloCream Eye Liners.

Use the lightest shade from the Starlet Pressed Mineral eyeshadow quad to create the appearance of a cat snout. To create a cat’s bill, use Stila Stay All Day Liquid Eyeliner and draw a line between the middle of the nose and the top of the upper lip. Draw a line from the center of your nose to the top of your upper lip. Add some dots on either side.

Use GloPrecision Eyepencil Black to fill in the upper lip and line your lips. Jane Iredale lip fixation lip stain Passion will add a splash of color to the lower part of your lips. Combine your simple makeup look with a black outfit, cat ears, and a tail. Prepare yourself for a fun-filled Halloween.

Will you try our Halloween makeup tutorials or this cat look? Comment below and tell us what you think.