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Revellers embracing the spirit of Halloween have been snapped across Sydney donning frightful face paint and elaborate dress up.

Images of party-goers painted in fake blood, gruesome make up and spooky costumes were uploaded to social media throughout Saturday evening. 

With Halloween falling on a Tuesday this year, the weekend saw the beginning of festivities, as young party-goers ventured out in celebration.  

Three female ghouls were spotted on a train with bloodied white scrubs and face paint 

One gorgeous gal painted an intricate make up design across her face for her celebration 

One gorgeous gal painted an intricate make up design across her face for her celebration 

In the Halloween spirit two girls donned different interpretations of the festival with one sporting a 'Day of the Dead' styled make up on half of her face

In the Halloween spirit two girls donned different interpretations of the festival with one sporting a ‘Day of the Dead’ styled make up on half of her face

An Instagram user uploaded his spooky face paint with the caption ‘Halloween’ to his social page. 

One gorgeous gal painted an intricate make up design across her face for her celebration.

A costume/glitter make up artist and face painter Unicorn Tears uploaded her Halloween-styled appearance to Instagram

Sydney beauty Alex and her gorgeous friend Georgia donned chic make up to as they ventured out to their habour-side party 

Sydney beauty Alex and her gorgeous friend Georgia donned chic make up to as they ventured out to their habour-side party 

An Instagram user uploaded his spooky face paint  with the caption 'Halloween' to his social page 

An Instagram user uploaded his spooky face paint  with the caption ‘Halloween’ to his social page 

Dancers from Sydney's Dance Central posed for a photo with the harbour background before their flash mob Thriller dance performance during the "Light The City"

Dancers from Sydney’s Dance Central posed for a photo with the harbour background before their flash mob Thriller dance performance during the ‘Light The City’

Costume/glitter make up artist and face painter Unicorn Tears uploaded her Halloween-styled appearance to Instagram 

Costume/glitter make up artist and face painter Unicorn Tears uploaded her Halloween-styled appearance to Instagram 

Across the ditch, Auckland man Carlo Ianello portrayed a version of Mark Cropp, the man who has 'DEVAST8' tattooed across his face and was unable to find work 

Across the ditch, Auckland man Carlo Ianello portrayed a version of Mark Cropp, the man who has ‘DEVAST8’ tattooed across his face and was unable to find work 

A group of fun-loving youths snapped a group pic of their Halloween antics 

A group of fun-loving youths snapped a group pic of their Halloween antics 

The Day of the Dead theme was an inspired look for Sydney man James who finished his look with a fake cigar

The Day of the Dead theme was an inspired look for Sydney man James who finished his look with a fake cigar

Dancers from Sydney’s Dance Central posed for a photo with the harbour background before their flash mob Thriller dance performance during the ‘Light The City’ Halloween. 

For one night only the City of Sydney created a 2.5 kilometre loop for residents of Sydney to cycle without cars on a road with a fairy light canopy, rainbow paths and the local fauna lit with coloured lighting. 

Visitors with face painted horror masks pose for a photo near the Botanical Gardens and cyclists took over Mrs Macquaries Road.  

Visitors with face painted horror masks pose for a photo near the Botanical Gardens

Visitors with face painted horror masks pose for a photo near the Botanical Gardens

Cyclists took over Mrs Macquaries Road near the Botanical Gardens during the 'Light The City' Halloween bike ride in Sydney

Cyclists took over Mrs Macquaries Road near the Botanical Gardens during the ‘Light The City’ Halloween bike ride in Sydney

For one night only the City of Sydney created a 2.5km loop for residents of Sydney to cycle without cars on a road with a fairy light canopy, rainbow paths and the local fauna lit with coloured lighting

For one night only the City of Sydney created a 2.5km loop for residents of Sydney to cycle without cars on a road with a fairy light canopy, rainbow paths and the local fauna lit with coloured lighting

People dressed as monks during the 'Light The City' Halloween bike ride 

People dressed as monks during the ‘Light The City’ Halloween bike ride 

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