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Halloween 2016: How to create bleeding eyes make-up for under £10

It's enough to make zombies turn and run

Are you looking for a way to stand out from the crowd on the spookiest night of the year?

If budget is an issue this Halloween but you still want to strike fear into all you meet, don't panic.

This vivid bleeding eyes look is easily recreated with make-up that is simple enough to find in some of the cheapest stores around.

And don't worry if you're not an Oscar-winning make-up artist. Follow our video guide – as well as the steps below – and you'll be weeping tears of blood with the best of them on October 31.

Step outside with messed up, wild hair and you'll be the belle of the Monster Mash ball without having spent a fortune.

Here's all the info you need:

Products:

Sultry lashes: Primark £1

Volume Boost mascara: Primark £1

9 shadow palette: Primark £2.50

Coral 4 blush: Poundshop £1

Single eyeshadow in medium brown: Primark 90p

Blood capsules pack of six: Poundworld £1

MUA eyeshadow in black: Superdrug £1

Halloween face painting kit: Poundland £1

TOTAL PRICE £9.40

Method:

  1. Apply red face paint on your lid as a base , then set with Coral Rose 4 blusher and blend it into eye socket - reapply to darken colour
  2. Blend brown eyeshadow in the crease and socket of your eyelid
  3. Using Primark's 9 shade eye shadow palette, mix the three purple and pink shades and blend outwards towards your temple to create a cat eye effect
  4. Using black face paint draw a line across your eyelid, set with black shadow and smoke it out with Coral Rose 4 blush
  5. Highlight brow bone and tear duct with the two highlighter colours in Primark palette
  6. Line your lower lash with black face paint and set with black shadow
  7. Use the three purple shades to smoke out your lower lash line and the sides of your nose - you want to make yourself look ill and sickly
  8. Apply fake blood underneath your eye, as near to lower lash line as possible, and let it dribble down your face for a ghoulish effect
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