If you’re still wracking your brain trying to come up with a clever Halloween costume, check out our DIY suggestions STAT. There’s bound to be something there that will spark your imagination for All Hallows’ Eve.

However, if you’re just looking to have some simple, spooky fun, behold the following beauty products.

Sometimes, a simple scent, lip tint, tattoo or face paint is all you need to make a fun and fabulous Halloween impression.

The MAC + Rick Baker Collection

This collaboration between MAC and the legendary special effects master Rick Baker is really all you need to create a creepy look. There are quite a few terrifically terrifying makeup treats to choose from, including The Monster’s Bride Pro Palette, The Spider Queen Pro Palette, as well as a Monster FX face and body tint, lip pencils, acrylic paint, and more.

Bite Beauty Lip Layers in Bold

You can create the cutest (or creepiest) ombré pout with this double-sided lipstick. Bold contains two perfectly vampy shades: Pomegranate, which is a cherry red, and Vidal, which is a vaguely bloody, raspberry pink.

Skulls & Roses Eau de Parfum and Zombie for Her

If you just want to smell spooky, spritz on some of Ed Hardy’s Limited Edition Skulls & Roses Eau de Parfum. Or you can douse yourself in Demeter’s Zombie for Her, which thankfully smells like an earthy, damp forest rather than rotting flesh.

Rebel Nails

Once again, Rebel Nails is the place to go for fantastic, easy to apply Halloween-themed nail wraps. Yes. they’re in the UK, so you’ll have to pay a hefty shipping fee, however if your nails are your costume, the price tag is well worth it.

Day of the Dead Tattoos

Celebrate Halloween and the Mexican Día de Muertos holiday at the same time with theses decorated — yet still disturbing — skull tattoos.

Happy Halloween, y’all!