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Last Minute Halloween Looks!

Hi Guys,

It's that time of year again where people dress up as cats and ask strangers for sweets. I'm talking about Halloween! I have a bitter disliking for it, too. Since when was Halloween a holiday? To be honest, I've been in Christmas mode since September! Sadly, I didn't think I could miss a Halloween post, though. For all of the last minute Halloweeeners, here are some easy costume ideas!

1) Forest Fairy/ Goblin/ Creature!- Okay, this was my top notch costume last year and it was super easy. All you have to do is whack on a skirt and a colourful top (I'd recommend pink or green) and you're good to go. If you want to take it up a notch, apply some pink/ silver eye shadow and a lot f highlighter. To take this look to expert level - something I never managed to accomplish!- get an empty kitchen roll tube; scrunch the end of it together; secure with masking tape; paint it pink. You have your very own wand! 

2) Secret Agent- This is definitely minimum effort. Find a pair of black jeans and a black or grey turtleneck. Rememeber, don't worry about makeup, because no secret agent is complete without their sunglasses! This is really good if you're just handing out sweets because it is designed for maximum comfort. It can also double as Steve Jobs! He loved a good turtleneck!

3) A Domino- For this one, you have to get a little bit more crafty. Take an old black shirt and some white paint and paint a line across your shirt. Then, get creative! Add up to six dots on each side of the shirt. I know that this sounds kind of lame, but it means you can wear whatever you want on the bottom. Also, it's a good conversation starter at a party. You'll be the only person there with an unexplainable costume!

4) The Girl Who Always Gets Killed First In a Horror Film- If all else fails, just can in your average clothes. It's a great excuse to practise your normal makeup! Be warned, you will look like a buzz kill if you go for this option. That's me sorted then!

I hope you all enjoyed this post! Tell me in the comments what your good ideas for Halloween costumes are! Also, don't forget to add me to your circles so I can have 125 followers by the end of the month! Your support means the world!

Thanks for Reading


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