3 Halloween looks with coloured contact lenses that will inspire your outfit

Monday, 23 October 2017 by Callan Smith-Sheerin

For those of you planning a spook-tacular Halloween costume, coloured contact lenses are the perfect way to complete your look.

Whether you are planning to be a zombie, goblin, ghost or vampire, we stock a range of lenses that are perfect for leaving your friends spellbound by your style.

We have a wide selection of colours including green, misty grey, purple and variety of other tints. These are all high-quality coloured contact lenses from the top manufacturers that are safe and comfortable to wear, meaning you can enjoy spine-chilling looks with confidence. With next day UK delivery on all in-stock lenses, order today and try out your look before Halloween.

Eat, drink and be scary: get Halloween party ready with coloured contact lenses

Halloween is the perfect time for a party, giving us a great excuse to dress up and do something a little out of the ordinary. We know a lot of you will be going out with friends so let’s get this party started with some coloured lenses.

We asked some amazing bloggers and beauty experts to share their favourite Halloween looks using our coloured contact lenses. Find three hauntingly fantastic looks below that are perfect for a bit of Halloween costume inspiration.

Heather Nixon- Of Beauty & Nothingness
Heather has used FreshLook Colorblends in a shade of Amethyst to create her glorious galaxy-themed look: Heather Nixon

  1. Prep your skin: Before you start with the process of contouring, it's wise to prepare your skin with Olay Moisturizing Cream. Just take a little moisturizer and apply it evenly on your face.
  2. Choose the right colour for you: Choose a bronzer a couple shades darker than your natural skin tone. Stick with a matte bronzer, as opposed to one with shimmer, since it will be used to create depth and sculpt your face.
  3. Find your contours: Apply bronzer along the hollows of your cheeks (the best way to find the right spot for application is to make “fish lips”). Follow the line in a crescent shape — be sure it’s somewhat parallel to the jaw line and reaches up to the hairline.’
  4. Sweep on blush: Using a round blush brush, apply blush to the apples of your cheeks and back toward the temples. This area should be right above the bronzer application to ensure a seamless blend.
  5. Blend: Once you have the blush in place, use the brush to blend the bronzer and blush together using a circular buffing motion. This step is important, as you don’t want obvious lines across your face where one ends and the other begins
  6. Highlight those cheekbones: The final step is highlighting to bring out your cheekbones. Apply the highlighter directly on your cheekbones, just above the blush.

Anna Stephenson- annastephenson.co.uk
Anna has gone for a look she likes to call the ‘Queen of Darkness’, using FreshLook Colors in a shade of green. Anna Stephenson

  1. I started by applying Charlotte Tilbury cream shadow in Jean, then blended it over with black gel liner to the eyelid and socket. I blended above with a deep purple/red cream paint by Kryolan, towards the brow. This can be substituted for a normal eye shadow. Shade and stipple under the eye in the same colours, keeping the colour intensity closest to the eye.’
  2. ‘Apply lashes to the top, I used a sparkly pair with gems attached, and used the glue to apply gold glitter flakes under the eyes onto the shaded area. After this, apply a pale base to the rest of your face. Here, I used Urban decay Naked Skin in 1.0.
  3. Contour under the cheekbones and finish by powdering the face with a translucent powder to set. I added further definition by shading in with Urban Decay. Then use the same deep purple/red as you did on your eyes for your forehead.
  4. Fill the brows with a matte brown eyeshadow and angled brush. I exaggerated the arch to create more of a fierce look. Add a bright bold red lip for a pop of colour. I used Bang by Urban Decay and then shaded the outer edge with a black shadow from a Charlotte Tilbury palette.
  5. Finally, finish off by adding more gold flakes to the shaded triangle on the forehead.

Beth- misscosmeticblogger.co.uk
Beth created her own take on the galaxy look using FreshLook Colors in Misty Grey and Violet, using one colour for each eye for a truly striking style! Beth

  1. Firstly, I wanted to start with as flawless a base as possible. I moisturised my face with Clinique Moisture Surge before priming with Benefit’s POREFessional. For foundation, I decided upon The Ordinary’s Coverage foundation on my BeautyBlender; two coats just to make sure my skin would be perfect.
  2. Next was where the fun started: adding the colour. I took a matte navy MUA eyeshadow on a RealTechniques setting brush to place the shadow all over my forehead. I found the colour adhered best when pushed onto the skin rather than blended. I used the same technique with a Poundland deep purple shadow, this time around just under my eyes – where you would imagine a superhero mask to go. I used the same brush as it helped to blend the two colours together.
  3. Before I did anything else, I made sure I lined my eyes with a jet-black liner, a current favourite of mine is the Laura Mercier Caviar stick in Tuxedo. Next, I lined both my waterline and tightline to get a more dramatic look. Then I moved on to the fiddly bit. Using the NYX Eyeshadow Base in White and a very fine eyeliner brush I randomly placed little dots over the top half of my face. For the outline, I used a RealTechniques detailer brush as the flat shape made it really easy to draw a consistent line.
  4. I thought adding a black lipstick as a base would really make my lip colour pop overall. I tried one of the new Rimmel Stay Matte Liquid Lipsticks in Pitch Black. It was rather drying but definitely gave the effect I was after, and didn’t highlight dry patches. (Note to self, apply a hydrating lip balm beforehand!)
  5. I loved the idea of replicating the galaxy look on the lips. To do this I used the same two shimmer shadows as before. Using my finger, I smudged Danger all over to begin with before following with Flash in the centre to give an ombre effect. I actually loved how it turned out, but wouldn’t be brave enough to wear it every day.

Discover Vision Direct’s range of coloured contact lenses

If you’ve got it, haunt it! Hopefully, these looks have given you a little bit of inspiration for putting together your Halloween outfit. If you do want to recreate one of these looks, check out our thrilling range of colours and styles for all of your ghoulish needs!

Our selection of lenses come at frightfully low prices and in a wide range of shades to complement your creepy costume. And, until the 30th October you can enjoy an extra 10% off by using code HALLOWEEN17 at checkout.

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