We’ve been doing a lot of YouTube tutorial watching the last couple of weeks, with Halloween approaching it’s definitely time to decide what look you’ll rock while you party on Halloween! So we decided to put together a list of our 15 favourite horror Halloween make up tutorials for you guys! 🙂

In no particular order, our favourites are:

1.Horrific Mummy


2.  The Babadook


3. Trippy Double Vision


4. Missing Eyes SFX Tutorial


5. Emily ( Corpse Bride )


6. Queen of Hearts Tim Burton


7. Unzipped Bleeding Eye


8. OUCH! Check out this Pencil Through Nose SFX Tutorial


9. Killer Clown – This look will freak out everyone at the party!


10. Shark Makeover


11. Rotten Pumpkin Jack O Lantern


12. Zombie Skeleton


13. Pinhead Halloween Make Up Tutorial


14. 3D Stretched Bleeding Lips


15. American Horror Story Asylum

Hopefully you now have some awesome ideas for your Halloween look this year, we’ve had a lot of fun watching these videos and will definitely be trying some of them for our Halloween partying!

Thanks for reading! 🙂

We’ve been watching a ton of hair dye tutorial videos on YouTube, we’re slightly obsessed! So we thought we’d share our top 10 hair dye tutorials.

1. Magenta, Violet & Turquoise Tutorial


2. DIY Kool Aid hair dye tutorial, perfect if you’re on a budget!


3. This rainbow hair tutorial will blow you away!


4. We LOVE this green and turquoise Ombre Manic Panic look


5. Naomi King shows you how to get a flaming sunset hair effect


6. Another great vid from Naomi King, showing you how to rock Turquoise, blue, purple and pink hair all together!


7. In this video TiffyQuake starts with awesome purple hair and shows you how to achieve a matching pastel goth look


8. Wanna find out how to get silver hair? Look no further!


9. OMG DIY ombre turquoise mermaid hair dye tutorial


10. This is a super entertaining video from Guy Tang, showing you how to change vivid colours easily


Thanks for watching and we hope you’ve enjoyed these videos as much as us. If you decide to try any of these tutorials we’d love to hear how it goes in the comments below 🙂


If this has inspired you to try a new style then you’ll find everything you need on our store and for a limited time we’re offering you 20% off all Manic Panic, check it out below.

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For this tutorial all you need is the following items from Vicious Malicious:


Manic Panic Flash Lightening Bleach Kit


Manic Panic Vampire Red Hair Dye (Other Colours Work Equally Well)


1. Firstly you must ensure your hair is pre lightened, clean and dry!


2. Next put protective gloves on, to avoid any stains on the hands.


3. Apply manic panic hair dye to the root area first, using a tint brush.


4. Follow through to the ends, spreading the dye evenly throughout the hair.


5. Clamp the dyed hair up out of the way.


6.  Using the Manic Panic ‘Dye Away’ wipe, wipe off any skin that may have got on the skin.

image0157. Wash off the dye after approximately 25-30 minutes depending on the thickness of your hair. As you can see I only died the top half of my hair and all of the hair is now red. This is because my hair was so light the red hair dye ran throughout the rest of my hair as I washed it. This saves hair dye so you can reapply once it starts to fade.


8. Dry and style how you wish and voilà bright red hair.

This guide was provided by Ellenn, why not check out her Twitter 🙂

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You will need the following:


Face paints or Face Colours, I chose Stargazer Face and Body Paint Crayons from Vicious Malicious.


Q-Tips (If at any point during the process you feel you have made an error you would like to remove, then use a Q-tip to gently rub off the colour in that area)


Cotton Balls


Step 1 – A popular hair style for Dia De Los Muertos is to tie your hair into a very high messy pony tail. Get a bit of a poof in the front and try to get as much volume as you can in the hair it should be wild yet sexy.


Step 2 – Apply the white face colour over your entire face except for a circle area around each eye. I applied a very thin layer however you can apply it as thick as you want.


Step 3 – Draw an outline around your eye with the black colour, this is supposed to be your eye socket so it should be in a rectangle/ovalish shape with rounded edges. I like to draw it around my eyebrows to make it easier but you can also choose to color your eyebrows with the white paint and draw a smaller eye socket. It’s okay to botch it a little like I did because you will be filling it in.


Step 4 – Fill in the outline with the black paint.


Step 5 – Outline the eyes with the colour of your choice, I chose Red because it creates a nice contrast.


Step 6 – Choose another color to draw the “Petals” around the eyes. I chose Blue. Try not to draw the petals too big or they will be difficult to draw around the nose area and may end up making the eyes appear close to each other.


Progress so far


Step 7 – Using the black colour draw the nose like you would see on a skull, I keep a thin space for the bone but many people fill that in, if you find that easier you can fill it in and it will look fine.


Step 8 – I followed with a simple design on each side of the nose.


Add on to the design how you like, you can use this as a guide or make up your own design. Common designs include flowers or dots.


Another common design is putting a simple flower on your chin


Progress so far (notice how I coloured my lips white, I meant to do that in the beginning but I forgot. :P)


Step 9 – Draw a line on each side of your mouth and begin drawing lines on your lips and past. These are the teeth, many people forget that and draw them either too close or too far. They should resemble the teeth on a skull.


Step 10 – On the forehead there is usually a simple design I favor the Spider web design. Draw a line going straight up your forehead and begin drawing lines extending out ending at your hairline.


Step 11 – Fill in the lines with small lines going across, creating the web design.



And you’re done! Here is a picture showing the face paint and the wild hair style.


If you use face colours similar to the ones I used DO NOT make my mistake and try to wash it off with soap and water! This will smear and smudge it all over your face!! Instead use the cotton balls to remove it Zoolander style, it works much better and is much less messy.

Thank you for taking the time to read my tutorial! 🙂 – L.O


A massive thank you goes to our guest contributor L.O, you can find her on Twitter here or take a look at her Instagram here.

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Thanks a million for reading this, if this tutorial has inspired you to try this on Halloween, we’d love to see some pictures!

Jodie Rowe shares her hair dying tips in this awesome step by step tutorial!


Step 1- You’ll Need The Following Products:

Manic Panic Hair Dye (I chose Ultra Violet Classic from Vicious Malicious)

Manic Panic All You Need To Dye Tool Kit containing Gloves, Applicator Brush and Colouring Cap

Dye Away Cleaning wipe

Step 1



Step 2: 

Make sure you have bleached hair. The blonder the better!

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Step 3: 

Wash your hair. This dye must be applied to shampooed hair only. Wash it, but don’t use conditioner, only shampoo.

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Step 4:

Set up the space you’ll be using with some old towels so you don’t stain any furnishings. Put on an old t-shirt that you don’t mind ruining.

Place the dye in a bowl. You might find on short hair you won’t use all of the dye, and on longer hair you might need more than one bottle.

Step 4



Step 5: 

Separate your hair into sections. Carefully apply from the back of the head upwards. Make sure you use the applicator brush to evenly coat the hair with dye. Don’t forget your hairline!

Step 5



Step 6:

Cover the entire area you are dying, in my case it was my whole head.

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Step 7:

Rinse your hair with cold water to seal in the dye.

Chances are you’ve managed to get dye on your face, like I did 🙂 Use the Manic Panic Dye Away wipe to wipe off any excess dye on your face, ears, eyebrows or arms. Use the colouring cap to cover your head and leave to develop for 30 minutes. Wash the dye out, paying attention to your scalp, as dye can hide there.

Step 7



Step 8:

Dry how you wish and style!! 🙂

Step 8


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This tutorial has been provided by the lovely Jodie Rowe, show her some love!






We decided to put together a quick top ten tips to achieve the best results when dying your hair 🙂

1) Pre-lighten your hair to it’s lightest possible shade, we recommend Manic Panic Amplified Bleach Kits (Available Here) or if you’re on a budget you could use a Stargazer Bleach Kit instead (Available Here)

2) Warm colours like red, orange and pink last longer and are easier to achieve vibrant results with, cool colours like blue and green are harder to produce bright results. Our favourite brand here at Vicious Malicious is Manic Panic but we have other brands available at a lower cost as well 🙂

3) Avoid using conditioner for a few days before dying your hair and also use a PH neutral shampoo.

4) Rinse your hair immediately before dying your hair, towel dry it and then apply the dye to damp hair, this keeps the dye moist for longer and enhances it’s dying power!

5) Start at the roots and work your way down, being sure to completely saturate your hair from root to tip.

6) Have a spray bottle(similar to the ones gardeners use), set it to a fine mist. When the dye in your hair begins to dry out spray a mist of water over your hair to keep the dye moist and continuing to do it’s job.

7) After you’ve applied the dye and moistened it for a while, cover your head and hair with a shower cap or dying cap and wait. We’ve heard stories of people leaving the dye in their hair with a shower cap on and going to sleep for the night! Always make sure you don’t leave the dye in any longer than stated by the manufacturer.

8) To speed things up and provide even brighter results, grab a hair dryer on a low heat and pass it gently over your entire head, being sure not to leave the hair dryer on one spot for too long to avoid burning yourself!

9) After your hair dying is finished and you’re happy with the results, try to avoid using shampoo as much as possible. You’ll lose a notch of vibrancy every time you shampoo and I’m sure you’ll agree that’s the last thing you want! 😉

10) You can use conditioner after dying your hair to help it recover from the trauma of being dyed, however this won’t be necessary if you use a dye that’s kind to your hair, such as Manic Panic. To help keep your colour topped up add a few teaspoons of the left over dye to your conditoner bottle and apply this to your hair every time you take a shower.

All you need now is the dye!

This information is only to be used as guidance, always read the product packaging thoroughly before use and follow the manufacturers instructions. Vicious Malicious can not be held responsible or liable for any harm that may result from following this information, readers use it at their own risk.