At Shake, Rattle, and Ball, Halloween Beauty Was All About Fantasy

At Shake, Rattle, and Ball, Halloween Beauty Was All About Fantasy


Halloween season is here and celebrities have come out to play. From Belle Mariano to Coleen Garcia-Crawford, these beauty entries certainly commanded attention at Shake, Rattle, and Ball

The zing of cold air and the moonlight shining through the bare branches means, at long last, spooky season is here. And with it comes soirées in honor of fright night. Case in point? Tim Yap’s Shake, Rattle, and Ball Halloween party.

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The creative spirit remained incredibly high as celebrities and influencers clad in their mythology-inspired costume. Yet the question remains: What is the ultimate hack for a noteworthy spooky-but-chic beauty look? The short answer is it all starts with a vision and having the right creatives who can magically transform you in a matter of hours. Belle Mariano, Rhian Ramos, and Coleen Garcia-Crawford would simply agree. In fact, these celebrities delivered exciting beauty looks that certainly commanded attention. 

Belle Mariano 

DonBelle Halloween costumes Shake Rattle and Ball

Many stars got creative with their entries for Shake, Rattle, and Ball, with Belle Mariano transforming into the ever-popular Darna. Think of the superheroine’s beauty signature such as long voluminous tresses, radiant complexion, and a no-makeup makeup look. Alongside was the quintessential red headpiece with the encrusted gold winged accent, loincloth, and red boots. More so, the actor’s costume for the night appears to be the perfect choice for the fête—the kind that makes you anticipate her to lead in a superhero role. 

Janeena Chan

Janeena Chan Ushi Sato

Janeena Chan was among the personalities who perfected the motif to a tee. Courtesy of Ushi Sato, the influential host artfully transformed into the legendary Ibong Adarna with a feathered ensemble, but her glam undeniably deserves equal recognition. As for the beauty breakdown? Shimmered lids and rhinestone-like accents that made her look magically modern. Elsewhere, Sally Chan, her mom, elevated her look with a double-knotted chignon with feather detailing. 

Coleen Garcia-Crawford

Coleen Garcia Shake Rattle and Ball

Coleen Garcia-Crawford consistently delivers memorable spooky guises, and this year was no exception. At Shake, Rattle, and Ball, the actor opted for a red ensemble with subtle sexy cut-outs that served a fresh take on showing skin. Meanwhile, her makeup took a visual break from smoky eyes as she reconciled with her colored eyeshadow palette and went for striking blue lids. As for her hair? It appears that voluminous updos are due for a comeback. 

Criza Taa

Criza Taa Halloween

Halloween is certainly an invitation to show up in your spookiest or campiest best. Take a page from Criza Taa whose costume effortlessly demanded attention. In honor of Aman Sinaya, queen of the sea, the young star dazzled in a mesmerizing ensemble that mimics how the water glistens in the sunlight. Of course, one can expect nothing less from her beauty entry. Her waist-grazing mermaid hair added an ethereal quality to her look, and the bedazzled detailing on her lids made her a vision of an allure. 

Rhian Ramos 

Chris Nick, Rhian Ramos, Sam Verzosa Trese costumes

Rhian Ramos proved that she is as devoted as ever when it comes to embracing the spooky season spirit. After all, who could ever forget her jaw-dropping cosplay as Beth Harmon from The Queen’s Gambit? But her entry this year is one for the books. Taking inspiration from Trese, the actor effortlessly transformed into Alexandra Trese with the character’s signature fringe and smoky eyes, proving that she is truly a character chameleon. And as for the best part? It’s a group costume entry with Sam Verzosa, Max Collins, Chris Nick, and Sandy Riccio.

Photography RYAN PANCHA

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