For those in the beauty industry, including those who have undertaken microblading training, Halloween is fast becoming one of the most important holidays in the year. Long gone are the days of throwing a mask over your head and skipping out to a party – in the age of social media, outfits are planned months in advance, treatments are booked, beauty products are bought and in some cases, make-up artists are even hired.

 
Having a few tricks and treats up your sleeve as a beauty therapist is no bad bet, whether that be ensuring party-goers have the fiercest eyebrows, have suitably spooky nails or a terrifyingly beautiful face of make-up, so we’re running down some of the best products you can invest in for your clients (or even yourself if you’re heading out on the town!)

Lashes

Want to achieve brilliant (haunted) baby doll eyelashes? Grab a pair of Velour Lashes – the luxurious brand which really should be a go-to for bold, fashion-forward looks. Fabulously feathered, a pair of the Silk Sephora’s in Fluff’N Dolled Up are our Halloween goals.

Eye Shadow

Nyx Cosmetics has a bit of a reputation as the wild child of make-up – going beyond most people’s everyday wear into something that provides those of us with a more theatrical sense of style a brilliant make-up palette. That’s why they also excel at Halloween. Take a look at these Pigments in a huge range of colours and packed with sparkle.

 

Lipstick

Talk about vampy style – this Instigator shade of Mac’s Matte Lipstick hovers on the edge of blood red and nightmarish black. Super scary, but more importantly, super sexy.

 

For microblading training, eyeliner and lips courses, call us at Advanced Aesthetics Training today.