Truth time: I never knew just how many famous rabbits existed in the world until I started looking around for different bunny makeup to inspire future Halloween makeup looks, and let me tell ya—there are TONS. You've got Lola. You've got Bugs. You've even got a killer bunny in case you were into the scary Halloween makeup looks instead. With all these different options and versions, you could pretty much dress up as a rabbit every year from now on and never get bored. Don't believe me? Ahead, 23 bunny-inspired makeup looks to complete your costume. Alright, now ~hop~ to it and get to copying these A+ looks, K?!
This Classic Bunny Makeup
All you really need for a standard bunny makeup look is white face paint, black eyeliner, and an eyeshadow palette full of shades that you want to incorporate into your look (pink is a good place to start). First, use the white face paint and a small makeup brush and apply it over your brow area, tip of your nose, and around your mouth. Around the edges of the white, use the bristles to create tiny fur-like strokes with the white makeup. Then, use the black liner to draw whiskers and exaggerated lashes. To finish the look, add eyeshadow in whatever shade you want.
This Ariana Grande Bunny
Ariana Grande's bunny mask had a moment during her Dangerous Woman era, giving the world Halloween costume material for years to come. You can throw a mask on and call it a day, or you could create the look of a mask like this with some face paint, bunny ears, and her signature eye look (the woman's got a lot of signature looks).
The Lola Bunny Makeup
Get your friends together and go as the whole Tune Squad from Space Jam for a group costume, or just go as Lola Bunny by yourself because she is a strong independent bunny who doesn't need Bugs. Lola's makeup look is all about her dramatic eye makeup, which you can easily recreate with some purple eyeshadow and winged eyeliner.
This Bright Bunny Makeup
For this look, start by outlining your brows and snout with white face paint and feathering out the edge to look like fur. If want more of a fun, summery, beachy bunny look (beach bunny?) swap the pastel shades for some neon shadows and hot pinks to add your details.
This Energizer Bunny Makeup
Pretty much any pink rabbit makeup look could pass as the Energizer bunny, and when in doubt, just keep going and going and going with the pink details. This look right here even features pink glitter eyeshadow, but if your makeup skills are limited, just throw on black sunglasses and be done with it.
This Bugs Bunny Makeup Look
What did Bugs Bunny always have in his mouth? A carrot, duh. This makeup look just wouldn't be complete without the genius finger carrot that you can DIY with a body paint palette.
This Blue Bunny Makeup Look
I think blue rabbits are a thing, right? Buster Bunny? Who cares! Make it a thing! For this makeup, start with the usual white fur details, then use bright blue liquid eyeshadow on your eyelids, brows, and nose and a blue lipstick for your top lip.
This Cute Bunny Makeup
The soft pink cut crease! The little whiskers! The bottom lashes! Everything about this makeup look says "cute." To get those light, feathery fur-like strokes that makes this look extra adorbs, use a white eyeliner.
This Bloody Bunny Makeup Look
If scary/cute is the look you're going for, grab the fake blood and liquid latex to add a few faux scratch marks to your otherwise super-cute bunny costume.
This Legally Blonde Bunny Look
Woods, Elle is a classic blonde costume choice, but remember that time she showed up to a party dressed as a pink bunny? Perfect bunny costume inspo! The makeup look is pretty simple (if you consider lots of false lashes, pink eyeshadow, and lip gloss simple) and easy to recreate.
This Baby Bunny Makeup
This cute makeup look is made even cuter with loads of bright pink cream blush all over the cheeks and a couple pigtails as bunny ears.
This Easter Bunny
A bunny nose is equally as important as the bunny ears, so for a convincing rabbit-inspired makeup look, start with a solid-colored snout, a little bunny nose, and a few whiskers. To make it feel like Easter, use pastel shades for your eye makeup.
This Simple Bunny Makeup
If your skin breaks out at the thought of paint being all over your face, skip it! A smokey eye, whiskers, and strategic shading around the mouth with a contour palette can altogether create a pretty realistic-looking bunny.
This Jessica Rabbit Makeup
Is Jessica *technically* a rabbit? No. But the fact that her last name is Rabbit and she's married to Roger Rabbit is why she deserves a place on this list. And also her makeup is iconic, so there's that. Use her signature purple eyeshadow to create her exaggerated eye shape, and of course, red lipstick.
This Thumper Makeup Look
Stick with an all gray motif for your makeup look à la Thumper or Bugs Bunny. The little pop of rose gold pigment on the top of the nose keeps the look from feeling dull because, ya know, gray can do that sometimes.
This Playboy Bunny Makeup
Although this signature look is more about the costume than anything else, don't waste a perfectly good makeup moment!! All it takes is a tiny little cat-eye flick with liquid liner and a neutral matte lipstick to complete the look.
This Metallic Bunny Makeup
Make your makeup match your satin bunny ears with a little metallic finish. Tip: use a liquid lipstick to get intense color payoff like this.
This Killer Bunny Makeup
These looks are killer, amirite?! Choose between the glam side or the gory one for your bunny makeup, or go with both like this makeup artist. Even if your special effects makeup skills are nonexistent, a bunch of fake blood spread around your mouth is still pretty freakin' scary.
This Sassy Bunny Rabbit
If you want your brows to read as fluffy and not bushy for a sassier look, draw tiny tufts of fur above your brows instead lining the whole the whole arch. This is also a great option if you have the best brows and wouldn't dream of blocking them out with paint.
This Edgy Bunny Makeup Look
To make your bunny less basic and more badass, add black lace gloves and ears and grungy face contouring.
This Rhinestone Rabbit Makeup Look
For this glam version, use rhinestones to accentuate the eyes rather than paint. To apply them, dip the stones in eyelash glue and place them where you want 'em (yes, it's really that easy).
This Alice in Wonderland White Rabbit Makeup Look
To pull off this diffused makeup look, skip the black outlines and go for softer shading. Use a fluffy eyeshadow brush to blend blush or lip and cheek tint over the tip of your nose and cheeks to get that bunny-face effect.
This Cutesy Bunny Makeup Look
To really enhance the shape of your eyes and make them more cartoon-like, use eyeliner to create the illusion that your bottom lash line is slightly lower and use white to fill in the area right above the line.