A witch is one of the most classic Halloween costumes around, but that doesn't mean it has to be boring.
To set your look apart from a sea of other sorceresses, simply get creative with your makeup! From the green-faced Wicked Witch of the West to Ursula the Sea Witch in "The Little Mermaid" and many, many more, these are our favorite tutorials for creating the coolest witch looks around. From spooky to sexy, the world is your cauldron ... just add a hat and broomstick, and you’re ready to go!
Good Witch meets Bad Witch
Trying to decide between good and evil? Go for a little of both with this creative makeup look that’s part trick, part treat! Talk about a split personality!
When considering your witch options, don’t rule out the sorceress of the sea. This look may be complex, but it’s one of our absolute favorites.
Thinking of going as a glamorous witch? It’s all about the eyes. Check out this tutorial for the prettiest witch look we’ve seen in a long time!
Gothic Salem witch
Don’t mess with this witch! After being hung for her crimes, she’s back for revenge — and she’s got the veins, bruising and a makeup-based rope to prove it.
Witch from "American Horror Story: Coven"
Inspired by (arguably) the spookiest show on TV, this makeup look offers two ways to portray witch Moira O’Hara: The fair-skinned beauty she is originally or a tricked-out version that includes her blown out eyeball.
Wicked Witch of the West
This two-in-one makeup tutorial gives you every option for recreating the famous green witch. we’re having a tough time deciding between these two awesome looks: Elphaba from the broadway show "Wicked" or the melting Wicked Witch in "The Wizard of Oz."
For the 411 on applying a prosthetic witch nose, this video has you covered! This is the classic witch costume that will never go out of style.
Inspired by Angelina Jolie’s portrayal in the movie version of "Maleficent," this witch look is beautiful and frightening all at once.
Little girls will love this green-faced witch look that includes spider web face paint. We like that it goes easy on the eyes, too, since so many witch tutorials require false lashes.