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Are you a vintage fan? Do you wish it was still the 1950s so you could rock tight curls and red lipstick a la Marilyn Monroe? If you’re nodding vigorously, why not incorporate your love of all things retro with your Halloween costume and makeup? You could channel Marilyn, Audrey Hepburn, Twiggy, or you could even come up with your own unique version of a retro glam girl. If you’re in need of some inspiration, we have you covered.

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Here are 11 retro makeup looks that are brilliant for Halloween and beyond:

1. Marilyn Monroe

Once you have the white halter dress, you just need the flawless red lipstick and blonde curls.

 

2. Audrey Hepburn

Go for a classic Audrey Hepburn look with flawless brows and soft makeup.

 

3. Twiggy

You could channel Twiggy with a blonde crop, but it’s the exaggerated eye makeup that really denotes the 1960s model.

 

4. Marlene Dietrich

If you’re an eyebrow lover, you’ll want to experiment with Marlene Dietrich’s thin, curved brows.

 

5. Josephine Baker

Start setting your hair in pin curls and pile on the pearl necklaces to be Josephine Baker.

 

6. Clara Bow

Clara Bow is sometimes forgotten about. Pay tribute to the 1920s icon with dark lips and eyes.

 

7. Bloody Marilyn Monroe

For those who still want some Halloween spook, there’s this bloody version of Marilyn Monroe.

 

8. Elizabeth Taylor

Go super glam with an Elizabeth Taylor look. It’s perfect for fans of curls and diamonds.

 

9. Brigitte Bardot

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Channel Brigitte Bardot’s iconic makeup with a cat eye and voluminous hair.

 

10. Skeleton Audrey Hepburn

Breakfast At Tiffany’s fans have to try this. The eyes are even painted Tiffany blue.

 

11. Coco Chanel

It’s fun to dress up as Karl Lagerfeld, but Coco Chanel is the one who started it all.