Halloween Schminke und Halloween Make up

Halloween make-up with body painting colours

Scary Halloween make-up with body painting colours

If you want to create a spooky Halloween make-up look, you can also use body painting colours. Our opaque colours are perfect for creative and dark looks.

But what's the best way to go about it? First of all, you need a small basic set of make-up tools and colours: you can then use these to try out different ideas. Whether as a base for a creepy zombie make-up look or as a highlight for a gruesome vampire look - there are no limits to your imagination with body colours. If you are still looking for spooky ideas, you can find inspiration online or simply experiment yourself.

The accessories for your Halloween make-up

Here are some of the most important things you need to do your Halloween make-up:

  • Make-up brushes in different sizes and shapes for precise work
  • Body painting colours in different shades according to your idea/templates
  • Make-up sponges for evenly applying colour to larger areas or for shading
  • possibly some transparent powder or baby powder for fixing
  • Film blood for special effects such as wounds

Body colours as Halloween make-up can also be used on hair or for temporary tattoos. With a little practice and curiosity, you can create a spooky and scary Halloween make-up that is guaranteed to attract attention.

Ideas for Halloween make-up with body painting colour

There are lots of different ideas you can try out. You can use black and white to paint a skull mask on your face or use white, black and purple to create a dark vampire look.

If you want to be a little more cheerful, you can also use bright colours and create a "sugar skull" instead of a normal skull, as is often seen in Mexican tradition on the Day of the Dead - with colourful flowers and ornaments. The possibilities are endless and it all depends on how creative you want to be.

If you have a great Halloween make-up look but feel that something is still missing, film blood could be a good idea to increase the scary factor.


It may be worthwhile for you to try body paint for make-up for Halloween...of course also for carnival or any other occasion where dressing up and make-up can be done !

After the party, take a shower with a little soap - and the make-up removal is done!


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