With Halloween just a few weeks away, we’ve rounded up a few awesome makeup tutorials that’ll get your tween into the Halloween spirit (no pun intended). Whether your tween is old enough to do it herself or needs a bit of assistance from you, these Halloween makeup tutorials will be sure to grab people’s attention.
The popular animated flick showcases one tween’s (Riley’s) emotions as she deals with relocating to a new city. The film depicts Riley’s emotions (Fear, Joy, Anger, Anger, Sadness) as she works through handling the life changing event.
YouTube via dope2111
Easy Snapchat Rainbow
Let’s face it, social media is all the rage with the tween set, so why not dress up like one? GettingPretty shows how easy it is to transform into a SnapChat Rainbow.
YouTube via GettingPretty
Despicable Me Minion Costume & Makeup
Bethany Mota and her popular YouTube videos on fashion, hair and makeup makes her one of the most famous YouTubers amongst tweens and teens. Here’s her version of the DIY Despicable Me Minion costume and makeup. This would be more appropriate for an older teen to do on their own or the costume will need parental guidance, but the end result is pretty darn amazing!
YouTube via Bethany Mota
Dressing up as the Queen of the Nile will forever be the classic costume. Beauty blogger, Michelle Phan shows you how to look like the ultimate female ruler of all time.
YouTube via Michelle Phan
It’s Halloween, so naturally we need a zombie tutorial. What I love about this video from Julia Graf is that she kept things simple – only 3 products you’ll need, that can be found in any Halloween store. Similar videos have awesome effects, but can be costly and a bit dangerous for kids to do themselves.
YouTube via Jula Graf
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About Wendy Morelli
Wendy loves her 2 kids and her iPhone, not necessarily always in that order. She is an app obsessed mom who loves everything tech and is (unfortunately) old enough to remember the brick Motorola cell phone and the Commodore computer. Her love for technology stems back to the 10+ years of working for technology based companies. Wendy's alter ego, "AppHipMom" has been featured in Canadian Family, iVillage, Women in Biz, EverythingMom, BlogHer and Savvy Mom.