Tim Burton's cult-classic beetlejuice can be a difficult look to master (especially if you want to err on the side of colorfully cute rather than full on zombie-esque), but by skipping the moldy skin and using face paints and makeup instead, you'll avoid eliciting any “ews” at your next costume party.
Putting off doing the things that I really need to get done is a life-long hobby I've spent years perfecting. And even though Halloween is my *favorite* holiday, it's also the time that I like to really put my procrastination skills to work. Thankfully, Pinterest has my back – and I have yours, so here's a list of ten currently-trending makeup ideas that you can do last-minute. No costume shopping (or planning) required. This Lion King Halloween makeup look is absolutely incredible! Click thro
Rey Halloween costume and hair tutorial video from Star Wars The Force Awakens. My cheap and easy DIY family Star Wars costume. I will be Rey; I have a BB-8 halloween costume for my baby; and a kids Kylon Ren halloween costume for my toddler. I made this DIY halloween costume using secondhand items I found at thrift store, Value Village and things I found at home.
First, glue individual ivy leaves onto the top of the dress starting from the neckline and working your way down towards the waist. Overlap each leaf with the one above it to create a layered effect. If you have different sized ivy leaves to work with, glue the smallest ones towards the top, and use increasingly larger leaves as you work your way down. Once you’ve reached the waistline of your dress, turn your attention to the tulle. Measure out a strip of green ribbon big enough to tie into....