3 Scarily Simple Halloween Eye Looks

Check out the step by step break down to get these ghoulishly gorgeous looks in time for your Spooktacular festivities.

Halloween is almost here. So we've partnered with our girl @ohitsbreee to create 3 easy Halloween-inspired eye looks using her favorite Revlon eye products. 

Look 1: Spiderweb Eye

Someone once said "Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive." Maybe they were talking about this deceptively easy eye look. 

1. Using ColorStay™ Liquid Eye Pens (3), draw a line along the crease, and extend it to the outer corner of each eye. Flick upward to create another wing.

2. Draw U-shaped lines connecting to each other to mimic the look of a web.

3. Draw straight lines down from the points of the U-Shape.

4. Add smaller U-Shaped lines between the straight lines. 

5. Using the black shimmery shade (Up In Flames) from the Revlon x Megan Thee Stallion Big Bad Palette, smudge shadow onto your lower lash line. 

6. Add a highlight of gold shimmer (Bring the Heat) in the corner of each eye. 

7. Apply ColorStay™ Eyeliner in Black (201) along the waterline. Finish the look by applying a generous amount of So Fierce!™ Big bad Lash Mascara in Black (702).

Look 2: Batwing Eye

Bats have hands-down the most over-the-top wings in the animal kingdom. So it stands to reason the most over-the-top eye look has got to be the Batwing Eye.   

1. Using ColorStay™ Eyeliner in Black (201), draw a line along the crease of your eyelid and extend past your eyes. Curve the line upward to create a bat wing above the outer corner of your eye. 

2. Fill in the front of the wing with blue shadow (Shimmer) from the Megan Thee Stallion Palette. Blend.

3. Fill the middle of the eyelid with gray shimmer shadow (Knockout). blend it into the blue.

4. Fill in the outer part of the eye lid "wing" with ColorStay™ Sharp Line Liquid Eye Pen (3) and the black shimmer eye shadow (Up in Flames.)

5. Complete the lower lash line by starting from the outer eye and moving towards the inner corner, Begin with black shimmer shadow, add gray shimmer, then add blue at the inner corner. 

Look 3: Knife Liner

You know the figurative saying to "look daggers at someone"? Well, now you can also literally look daggers at someone. Here's how.

1. Using ColorStay™ Sharp Line Liquid Eye Pen (3), start at the inner area of your eyelid, and outline the shape of a knife blade , extending past the outer corner of your eye.

2. Fill in the "knife blade" on the eyelid with a silver shimmer (Foxy) from the Big Bad Palette, until you get to the outer part of your eyelid.

3. draw a horizontal line at the end of the blade, then outline the handle of the knife with ColorStay™ Sharp Line Liquid Eye Pen (3). Fill in the handle.

4. If you have a white liner, use it to draw two dots on the center of the black rectangle to match the look of a cutlery knife handle. 

5. Fill in under the eye with red shadow from the Big Bad Palette (Fever).