Louisa Kendal
Post published at October 12, 2020

5 best vegan make up brands perfect for Halloween

Hallowen

Even if you’re staying at home this Halloween, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a little dress up for your support bubble party or group Zoom call. We know how challenging it can be to find vegan face paints and makeup, but never fear, this year we’ve done the research for you.

 

Craft Pro Face Paint 54 Pieces – £19.99

This beautiful face paint set comes with 16 thrilling colours, applicators, stencils and a handy travel case. You can create any spooky look you can think of with this set, and it’s suitable for even the most sensitive skin. It’s available on Amazon, so why not go the extra mile and order through Amazon Smile to donate to us for free!

 

The Painter’s Eyeshadow Palette by Beauty Bay – £30.00

Whether you want to be a sultry vampire or a creepy mermaid, this 30 colour eyeshadow palette has every colour you could need to fulfil your wildest Halloween nightmares. It’s worth the investment at any time of year but even better during the spooky season. Get yours here.

 

Kryolan Fake Blood – Price Varies

For all your vegan fake blood needs, this  brand has got you covered. They have so many different types to choose from, you’ll be sure to find what you need to create the perfect look. Whether you’re an infected Zombie or a blood-thirsty werewolf, you’ll be the scariest (big) kid on the block!

 

Mehron Liquid Makeup Pro Face & Body Paint – £5.99

This full-coverage face and body paint will help you level up your Halloween look. This brand is a staple in the events industry, and affordable enough for the rest of us to have a little dabble with too. The water-based formula is alcohol-free so it’s kind to your skin, while also allowing you to achieve a convincing look.

 

The Crazy Doll Kit by Kryolan – £57.46

If you’re looking to go to town on your Halloween look this year, this is the kit for you. It has everything you need to create the ultimate creepy doll look; including makeup, brushes and adhesive. The brand also does a Zombie kit if you want to really up your scare-factor.

The author
This post was written by Louisa Kendal
Louisa is the Digital Communications Officer at Viva! Louisa has been vegan for four years and is passionate about eradicating injustices and exploitation in our world. After graduating from the University of Bristol with a degree in Theology, she worked as a journalist in Malaysia before joining Viva!'s marketing team. She now leverages social media and the online world to forward the vegan movement and keep Viva! growing in influence.

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