Dripping Blood, oozing sores, creepy seeping eyes.. def are the look for Halloween Shades. We found Slime or Bloody Shades can be perfect frightening accessory to wear on Halloween. Slime shades can be seen anywhere from catwalks to novelty stores or better yet you can make your own.

This look emulates blood dripping, mostly likely after being bitten by a vampire or a Ghoul. You can find the look anywhere from luxury eyewear companies such as Oliver Goldsmith to novelty shops.

Dripping Sunglasses

Oliver Goldsmith Melting Hearts Sunglasses
Oliver Goldsmith Melting Hearts Sunglasses
Anna Ter Haar Dripping Sunglasses Image: Trendhunter
Anna Ter Haar Dripping Sunglasses Image: Trendhunter. 2008 fall/winter collection of Klavers van Engelen
Erykah Badu recently stopped by BET’s ‘106 & Park’ to promote her 5th studio album “New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh)” wearing a pair of Ann-Sofie Back Dripping sunglasses ($285) in red. Created for the Fall 2009 collection,
Erykah Badu” wearing a pair of Ann-Sofie Back Dripping sunglasses ($285) in red. Created for the Fall 2009 collection, Image 
Slime Time Shades By Hayley Elsaesser
Slime Time Shades By Hayley Elsaesser

Slime Shades: Image credit unknown
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Slimy- Gooey Shades have also been seen on the Catwalk

Liberatore SS12
Maison Margiela SS15
Moto Guo FW17