Perfect your Halloween look with these make-up tips - Tucson News Now

Perfect your Halloween look with these make-up tips

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Halloween is creeping up!

On Fox 11 Daybreak, we show you a few fun and creative ways to get spooky for the the holiday.

Halloween make-up pro Joanna Maes from Nightfall shows us some creepy, cool ideas for both the kiddos and the grown-ups on Fox 11 Daybreak.

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