3 Easy Halloween Hairstyles

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Looking for easy at home, maybe last minute Halloween hairstyle ideas? We got you covered! Whether you’ve only got a few minutes to spare, hours, or somewhere in between, we’ve put together three trendy Halloween looks for your spewky season pleasure.

You don’t have to spend all your coin on a factory made costume. If you’re anything like a few of us here at Eva Pro, we recognize and appreciate the elaborate costumes that take months to plan, and we also love the effortless looks that happen the week of! Using the magic of makeup and low-key Halloween Hairstyles, our fave industry pro, Skylar, gave us an in-depth tutorial on creating three looks.

Last Minute: High Fashion Vampire Hairstyle

Forget to throw a costume together? Decided at the last minute to dress up? Just feeling plain ole lazy and don’t want to put a lot of effort into your costume this year (Covid fatigue is real, yall)? We get it. We see you. We are you. That’s why we decided to put together this high fashion Vampire hairstyle look. A little effort, a few minutes of prep, and you look like you just stepped out of Rick Owens' shoot.

Halloween Hairstyle #1

For this costume we are going for a very high-fashion and sleek style. It is meant to look wet, and grungy. No perfection here! A bonus? You’ll also be giving your hair a luxurious treatment with a boost of vitamins and yummy hydration.

  • Start by brushing out hair, and dampening it simultaneously.
  • Once your hair is damp enough to promote styling and tangle-free, take a healthy amount (don’t be shy) of Vitamin Recharge Oh La La and work through your hair, paying special attention to the ends of your hair. This can also help detangle your hair!
  • Once you have it distributed throughout your ends, focus on the top of your head. Don’t be afraid to add more of the Oh La La jelly here, as we want the hair to look wet. Plus it’s the treatment we were talking about. Yes, please! Slick the top of your hair down as much as possible, using a fine toothed comb to work your hair back.
  • Leave the ends wild and messy. Frame your face by taking your hands and pushing forward from the crown of your head. This encourages face framing, and a more piecy yet sleek look.
  • Finally take a little (or a lottle) more jelly, and grab small strands surrounding your face, work the Oh La La through for more face framing pieces with that extra wet look.

For the makeup keep it simple the paler the better! Opt for a concealer or foundation 2 shades lighter than your complexion and apply to high points of the face, this will help create depth in areas like the under eye, hollows of the cheeks etc.

Feel free to play around with the look and make it your own!

A Little More Time to Become An Icon: Farrah Fawcett hairstyle

The 1970s was a glorious decade for hair and fashion. There were many icons to mimic in that time, but we can’t go wrong with artist, model, and emmy-winning actress, Farrah Fawcett. If you have more than a few minutes to spare, and shoulder length hair (or a wig), you should absolutely give 70s Farrah Fawcett hair a try. Even if it’s just for your own amusement. Everyone needs to channel an inner Charlie’s Angel once in a while.

Halloween Hairstyle #2

This will be the more time consuming aspect of the look. But well worth the effort you put into it. Maybe you’ll love it so much you start styling your hair that way every day? Who needs Halloween to feel the power of a bombshell?! Here’s how to do Farrah Fawcett hair:

  • Start with dirty hair. This will help hold the style better than freshly washed hair.
  • Dampen your hair slightly, just enough to add product for styling.
  • Section hair into 3 parts, leaving the bangs out. We’ll save those for last.
  • Starting with the back working your way to the front, prep the hair with e-Line Ultra Rizzi Mousse. This will help the hair hold wave style, add volume, and shine. It’s a lightweight formula, so if you have fine hair it won’t weigh your hair down!
  • Blow out small sections of hair.
    • Pull up with a round brush, while pointing the hair dryer stream down. This creates lift at the root. We’re going for maximum volume and bounce.
    • Take your time! Volume is magic and magic takes time.
  • After the back is completely blow dried, make sure the curl rolls away from your face and set with small pins. This will help natural waves form. Continue this process on the rest of the sections.
    HINT: Volume, and curls framing the face (moving away from the face) were king in the 70s! Keep this in mind while styling to create the maximum 70’s Hollywood Starlet look.
  • Remove setting clips from back, and add more volume!
    • Take a rat tail comb and lift hair at the crown. Spray e-Line Volume Spray at the roots to create texture and lift. Wait for it to become slightly tacky, and backcomb lightly.
  • Using a large barrel curling iron, wrap loose one inch sections around the barrel. Start closer to the root than you would for a modern curl.
    • Set with volume spray.
    • Curls don’t need to be perfect. This is a natural look, and perfection isn’t natural!
  • Tilt the head back and spritz volume spray up, vertically, into the roots of your crown. This creates even more volume and body.
  • Move to the bangs.
    • With a flat iron, start at the top of the strand and flip the iron away from your face. Pull the strand through to create a beautiful wave effect.

Side Note: If you don’t have a flat iron, you can also continue using a round brush to create volume and body for the bangs as well.

Lastly, Look at yourself in the mirror, and know that you’re a showstopper!

The 70s were a mix of elaborate pastel shadow with bold liner and lashes or minimal natural “no make up, makeup” looks. Farrah was more of a natural kind of glow which we're obsessed with.

Feel free to create a 70s inspired makeup look that fits your style.

The Most Time: Transform to An Out-Of-This-World Doja Cat

A Doja Cat Halloween costume can house so many different looks and characters, which is why we wanted to pull inspo from her popular song “Need To Know” video! This look is not easily forgotten, and a very fun look to wear for a night and if you have the confidence, anytime!

Halloween Hairstyle #3

The hairstyle will definitely be the quickest part of this costume look and we recommend starting with the hair before you dive into the body paint.

  • Begin with dirty hair again for this look.
  • Part hair down the middle, all the way to the nape (back of the neck). Section off with clips and apply Hydra-In Densi Mousse N. 43 to each section. This helps the hair have hold, but is lightweight enough to manipulate the hair as needed.
  • Blow dry as sleek as possible, working in sections/layers.
  • Begin to work each side into a high pigtail.
  • Before tying off the pigtails, use Vitamin Recharge Beach to set and hold the style. This will be a nice way to set and provide a treatment with the added Vitamin Complex.
  • Once ties are secure apply Hydra-In Summum Baobab Oil N. 46 and work halfway down the pigtails, to the ends. This will aid in smoothing any flyways, as well as adding a galactic shine.

Play around with this hairstyle by switching it up to space buns or a combination of both pigtails and buns! A Doja Cat Halloween costume is meant to be fun, eccentric and stunning. Don’t hold back here!

This particular Halloween inspired hairstyle is simple and most of the work will show through the makeup application. To replicate the look we recommend Mehron water activated paint in a turquoise color or something similar you can find locally at a Halloween store.


And there you have it! Three easy Halloween hairstyles you can easily pull together, depending on the amount of time you have. Do one, or do all three. We know some of you social butterflies have multiple places to be during the Halloween season! For an in-depth video guide, check out the tutorial filmed by our very favorite industry pro: Skylar! They give great insight, beauty tips, and hilarious commentary.

Did you use one of these looks this year? If so, we’d love to know! Tag us on instagram with your pictures or videos of your costume! @EvaProHair

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