Looking for a last-minute Halloween costume idea? Try these simple Halloween hairstyles. You’ll find links to all the tutorials below too.
Halloween Hair – 27 DIY hair tutorials
No need to spend on costumes when you can restyle your hair for a completely different look! These Halloween hairstyles and DIY halloween costumes are simple to make from things you probably have around the house or from a thrift store.
1. Spider web hair
This fun spider web hair is made with pipe cleaners. Find the tutorial at Babes in Hairland.
Add some snakes to your braids for this Grecian costume. Find the tutorial at The Joy of Fashion.
3. Greek Goddess (faux) braids
If you prefer to stay on the prettier side of the Greek goddesses, this twist faux braid is stunning. Find the tutorial at Cute Girls Hairstyles.
Try this Maleficent horned Halloween hairstyle and find the tutorial at Nicole Fae.
5-16. Vintage / Retro Hairstyles
The gorgeous Emily from The Freckled Fox has created all of these vintage tutorials, perfect for any period Halloween costumes.
17-21. Game of Thrones Hairstyles
Dress as Khaleesi, Sansa or Cersei this Halloween with these simple Game of Throne hairstyle tutorials.
22. Hair Chalk
Go Rainbow Bright or dress as Gem and the Holograms with hair chalk.
23. 1960s bouffant
Channel Bridget Bardot with this bouffant hairstyle. Find the full tutorial here.
24. Pretty big mohawk
Step on the wild side with this pretty big mohawk. You can find the full tutorial here.
25. DIY Cat ears
Use your hair as an accessory with the cute DIY cat ears. Find the full tutorial here.
26. Downton Abbey
These finger waves are perfect for a Gatsby look or for Downtown Abbey Halloween costumes. Find the tutorial by Kayley Melissa here.
27. Donald Trump Halloween costume
This one was too funny not to share! Kayley Melissa has created a brilliant tutorial if you want to dress like Trump this Halloween. Find the full tutorial here.
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Check out these 41 DIY Halloween costumes and hair tutorials.
Are you dressing up for Halloween? What’s your fave DIY tutorial?