Free “Ghoulish Glam” makeovers at Sephora during Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood

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Universal Studios Hollywood is offering complimentary “Ghoulish Glam” makeovers to guests attending this year’s Halloween Horror Nights. The makeovers, courtesy of Sephora (which opened at Universal CityWalk earlier this year) and Universal CityWalk, are free of charge and take only 15 minutes to apply.

Guests can choose from different “Ghoulish Glam” looks to complete their Halloween Horror Nights outfits: “Vampire’s Kiss” and “Sinfully Smokey.”  The “Vampire’s Kiss” makeup look includes a midnight black lip color with bloody accents fit for any bloodsucking creature, and the “Sinfully Smokey” makeup look is equally dark and entrancing, with a glittery winged eyeliner and a dark half-lip color. No matter which look you choose, your makeup will be on point for Universal’s spookiest season of the year.

To receive a complimentary makeover, head to Sephora at Universal CityWalk before entering the park. There, guests can either wait in line to receive their makeover or reserve a time slot to come back at a later point in the evening. For your convenience, you can book a reservation for a “Ghoulish Glam” makeover in advance by visiting Sephora’s website. Makeovers will be available for the rest of Halloween Horror Nights through November 3.

These complimentary makeovers are just one of the many seasonal offerings at Universal Studios Hollywood during the Halloween Horror Nights 2018. Universal CityWalk offers shopping, dining, and entertainment year round that guests can experience without purchasing a park ticket. If you are planning on attending Halloween Horror Nights this year, consider arriving at CityWalk earlier in the day to grab some food, do some shopping, and get your free makeover before heading into the park.

To purchase tickets to Halloween Horror Nights 2018, visit the event website here. This year’s terrifying offerings include mazes and attractions inspired by “Stranger Things,” “Poltergeist,” “Trick ‘R Treat,” Universal Monsters, and more.

For more of our coverage on the annual celebration of all things horror, click here.

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