As Halloween approaches, provide your clients with temporary solutions for the one day of the year they can transform into their alter ego — whether creepy or sweet. These frightfully chic items will help them cause a stir.
Clients can create a gorgeous Halloween look without any scary chemicals by dusting their eyelids with Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques Diamonds Eye Trio Set. The intensely pigmented eye shadows create a full range of dramatic looks that can be used even after the 31st. This line of eye shadows is made with organic ingredients.
Use Manic Panic’s Glow Glitters from head to toe to intensify a festive Halloween look. These loose micro glitters come in seven electric hues that go from day to night. Clients can take the look to a hair-raising level by applying Manic Panic’s Dry Hard Temporary Hair Color Styling Gel. Like the glitters, the gel glows under black light.
Be sure to warn the faint of heart before they reach for Gloom Matter’s human tongue-shaped soap. Each vegetarian bar is blended and poured by hand. The soap is so intricately crafted, your clients might scream after noticing the textured “tastebuds.” And to adorn their dungeon or lair, offer the doll head candle holder with dead eyes. This eerie item is ideal for tea-light or votive candles.
Create an air of mystery with HigginsCreek lace masks. These intricately designed masquerade masks complement costumes or party dresses for an absolutely stunning effect. They are made of high quality lace, metal, and resin materials for a lightweight yet sturdy, durable, and comfortable fit.
Try Orglamix’s Voodoo Perfume — it’s revenge in a bottle. This fragrance serves up a powerful blend of fiery black peppercorn oil with bergamot and oakmoss. Orglamix also offers Halloween-themed eye shadows including Devilish and Wicked. Call attention to the eyes with wickedly tinged shades of green or devilish tones of gray and siren red.
If you are looking for something edgy and attention grabbing, check out Seventh Skin’s temporary tattoos. These hand-crafted pieces are conceptualized by Britt Gorman, a California native who first began tattooing by inking herself with a Sharpie marker. Her tribal baroque hand tattoo is easily applied and lasts up to seven days.