If you’ve already settled on your make-up (unicorn, anyone?) but aren’t sure what to do with your locks, we’ve rounded up our favourite Halloween hairstyles with added fright factor. Hairspray at the ready…
Fright night fishtails
These fishtail plaits are ghoulishly good for finishing off any look. Start by adding texture with a salt spray then part and plait hair into two fishtail braids before backcombing. Sequins, optional.
A statement Dutch braid placed at the top of the head surrounded by miniature plaits adds interest to a Werewolf-style back-combed ‘do.
Create this devilish look by parting the front of hair into two sections, tying each into a pony and wrapping hair around the base, coaxing each section into a horn shape. Spritz with hairspray for hold.
H A L L O W E E N 👻👻 - Hair appointments on Sat 28th October now being take for - 🎃Curly-blows with pinnies 🎃Devil horn buns 🎃Cat ear buns 🎃Chop stick curls 🎃Curly-mowhawks £5 Deposit needed to secure booking, limited spaces. Based at Queen of Beauty Openshaw. Dm for more info . #weaveandblow #halloween #halloweenhair #hairup #weave #laweave #hairinspo *Pice above is not my work, used for inso only*
Got buns hun?
We like big buns and we cannot lie - especially at Halloween. To create this XXL look, start by backcombing hair to add volume, then wrap locks around a bun net for a sky-high, Scary Mary style.