The classic Catrina 1
Simple and classic, this interpretation of La Catrina is proof-positive that less is definitely more.
Broken but beatiful 2
Think painting your entire face isn't all it's cracked up to be? I feel you! That's why I'm in love with this Phantom of the Opera met La Catrina look.
'Til death 3
This is a great look for brides-to-be, amiright? Hey, you can even rock this look if you want to get a rise out of your the commitmentphobe in your life! Muahahaha!
A perfect match 5
This ghoulish pair are a match made in purgatory! You have to appreciate just how committed these two are to their overall look, as well as to one another.
What's your take: is this look half done up or half undone? Personally, I don't really care. All I know is that it's 100% beautiful!
Bronzed undead goddess 7
Dia de los Muertos makeup doesn't have to be heavy and opaque. A light hand and a little imagination (and a lot of bronze makeup!) are what make this sugar skull glow.
Sweet sugar skull 8
In real life, wearing all white will make you blend in. Not so when it comes to el Dia de los Muertos. Because most people opt to decorate their faces in bright colors and sparkly gems, an all-white sugar skull will almost always stand out in a crowd of Day of the Day revelers.
Pretty gross 9
The creative use of bright makeup paired with the gorgeous flowers on her head are almost enough to distract me from the set of teeth peeking out from behind her cheek. Almost.
The half-dead Hollywood icon 11
Halloween and el Dia de los Muertos overlap in this gorgeous but ghoulish monster mix costume.
Black and white 12
Black and white needn't be plain. The intricate design is able to stand out because she did NOT use loud colors and distracting gems.