Celebrity Halloween make-up inspiration by hellofashion.com / 30 October 2015 Poppy Delevingne – The gorgeous model dressed as Harely Quinn, Margot Robbie’s character in her sister’s new film ‘Suicide Squad’ releasing next year. Poppy looked very much the good girl gone bad with her pale face paint and dark red lips complete with school girl pigtails. Style your hair like Poppy by adding flashes of colour to the ends with coloured hair spray. Try using Superdrug’s Colour Hairspray (£2.99), which comes in a variety of colours for you to experiment with. Read more about: Hair and beauty Make-up and skin Halloween Iggy Azaelia – Iggy does everyone’s favourite Disney villain, Cruella de Vil flawlessly. Perfect if you want a nod to Halloween but still want to be recognisable, just swap your foundation for some white face paint and then go big on the brows and red lippie! Perrie Edwards – Black cats are so last season! Up the Halloween ante and copy Little Mix minx Perrie’s impressive body painting, cheetah style. Stock up on sponges for blending, black eyeliner for those finer details and instead of messing up your make-up brushes, invest in some cheap paint brushes from your local art shop. Chloe Grace Moretz – Chloe Grace has gone ghoulishly gothic with this Halloween look. Think ‘no longer alive’ with black face paint under the eyes, and ghostly pale skin and lips. Swirl your make-up brush in Vaseline first then rub it into your black liner and make-up to give it more moveability on the face. Anna Lynne McCord – Anna’s makeup is scarily outstanding, we can barely tell it’s her! Opt for Anna’s menacing dark lip with Steven Klein and Nars’ Killer Shine Lipstick in ‘No Shame’ (£20). We assure you heads will roll. Leona Lewis – Leona could turn us to stone with her ‘Medusa’ inspired make-up! To get the scaly green look, cut a scoring sponge into a small cube then dab it into your green face paint and press on. Instant lizard effect. Pair with an OTT winged eye and you’re good to go.. Leigh-Anne Pinncock – Leigh-Anne looks fabulously frightening with her face expertly painted as a skeleton. Like contouring for the after-life, it’s all about creating light and dark but use black, white and greys instead of your usual bronzer and highlighter. Jade Thirlwall – A Halloween favourite, Jade looks every inch the frightful ballerina in her ‘Black Swan’ look. Paint your skin ghostly white and pop in some red eye contacts for that extra scare.