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If, like me, you lack the motivation or foresight to plan a Halloween costume in advance, the following last minute ideas, one of which requires little more than a pair of tube socks, might be of service. But if you're more of a John Stamos on Halloween, RuPaul's Drag Race star Miss Fame's silver screen transformations (see above) are probably more your speed. Of course committing to heavy costume makeup means having to wash it all off at some point, or risk waking up with paint-smeared pillows and bad skin. For costume makeup removal that requires more than a casual rinse, Miss Fame offers four pro-level products to take it all off.

Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser: "It's something I feel Marilyn Monroe would use to take off her Hollywood face," imagines Miss Fame. But Marilyn's beauty secrets are a lot like her often-Instagrammed quotes: they're mostly made up. What's not fable is the efficacy of this throwback makeup remover. Cold cream has been on the map in the 1800s. This stuff works.
M.A.C Cleanse Off Oil: A makeup artist essential, this extra-strength oil even lifts waterproof pigments without irritating skin. Massage it all over and rinse. Saturate a cotton pad (or several) and wipe. Either way works, but if you're breakout prone, follow with a gentle toner to remove excess oil.

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