Halloween Face painting Halloween face paints: step by (spooky) step Click through the gallery to turn your kids into ghosts, vampires, pirates and pumpkins... 1 of Ad break At Halloween, face painting is one of the easiest ways to get your child trick-or-treat ready. So, with the help of experts Snazaroo, we've pulled together these simple step-by-step guides to creating scream-worthy ghosts, mini vampires and pumpkin faces. Paintbrushes at the ready? To create these looks you’ll need: Black, brown, white, red, orange and green face paints Brush Sponge Bowl of water Click through the gallery to pick your favourite... Ghoulish ghost This easy-to-follow guide will show you how to create this cute, but totally scary ghost in no time. Follow the step-by-step guide Little vampireIf your child wants to be a baby Dracula for Halloween this year, make sure they do it right with this bat-tastic face paint idea. Follow the step-by-step guide Perfect pumpkinMake your little pumpkin an actual little pumpkin with this bright, bold and unbeatable face paint idea - which will look great alongside any pumpkin costume. Follow the step-by-step guide Continue slideshow > Scary pirateComplete their pirate costume with this easy-to-follow guide to the perfect eyebrows, eyepatch and beard. Follow the step-by-step guide Dalmatian dogFor children who don't want to be scary, but still like to dress up, this adorable 101 Dalmatians-style face paint look will work well with any black or white outfits worn on All Hallows Eve. Follow the step-by-step guide For more face painting ideas, visit Snazaroo Read more: 10 Halloween party games better than bobbing apples 10 simple Halloween costumes you can make using stuff in your house 10 of the best Halloween recipes By Jessica Gibb Comments Latest on MadeForMums What are stretch marks? Mum gives best answer ever! THIS Facebook rant is why so many mums like us feel judged Hollyoaks dad-to-be Kieron Richardson reveals his buggy pick Easter crackers: are they becoming a thing?