About the Author:
Hi, I’m Amber. I’m 18 and live in a small town in Michigan. I enjoy writing, reading, and spending time with my family and friends. I love to write about different things such as fashion and beauty, but mostly Halloween costumes.
My intention for this website is to help people find the perfect unique costume. Every year we have the same problem of trying to find something that hasn’t already been done before. In my opinion there is no better way to stand out than by having a costume that nobody else has thought of yet or one that everyone is talking about later on.
The ideas you see here are made up of my own imagination, as well as some things I’ve seen here and there on the internet. It will vary depending on what type of person you are, but hopefully you will find some inspiration from here!
In addition to Halloween costumes, I write posts about fashion and beauty as well. Make sure to check out those posts if you need some new ideas for those things as well!
Thank you for taking the time to read through my website! If you have any questions or concerns please let me know 🙂
Halloween is the time when people like to play tricks, wear costumes and have fun. It’s a great time for the children and adults alike. Kids love the whole idea of trick or treating around the neighborhood, eating loads of candy and dressing up as their favorite characters.
The best part of Halloween is that it comes once a year and you can be anyone you want to be. The possibilities are endless! You can be anyone from a historical figure to a famous character from a movie or television show. There are so many options out there but here are some ideas for unique Halloween costumes that can help you stand out at this year’s party.
Tunic And Boot Costume:
This costume idea is perfect for women who want to appear rugged and tough on Halloween night. All you’ll need is an old pair of pants, an old shirt, a pair of leather boots, brown leather gloves and an old belt; preferably with an old gun holster attached to it. You will also need a brown vest.
You’ll need to find some fake blood in order to create your own bullet hole wound on your shirt. The makeup should then be painted on in order for it to look realistic. Then paint your face using regular “war paint” makeup for an added
This is a list of ideas for Halloween costumes that are not your ordinary store bought costumes. They are all very unique and easy to make. I have been searching the web for some time and these are my favorites.
Halloween is almost here, and that means it’s time to start thinking about what Halloween costumes you and your family will wear.
The first step before deciding on a costume is to decide on the theme for this year. There are so many choices for Halloween themes. You can be silly or serious, cute or scary, and everything in between.
Halloween is a fun holiday that allows everyone in the family to get in on the act. Kids love getting dressed up and going door-to-door asking for candy. Even grownups enjoy dressing up from time to time.
This blog will give you some ideas and tips to help you come up with original costumes that will have people talking about them long after Halloween has passed.
As Halloween is coming soon, everybody is looking for a unique costume that will impress the crowd. And I have just what you need!
Here are some really cool ideas for your personal transformation art:
I’m going to show you how to make your own Halloween costume. I’ll give you the idea, then tell you how to do it. Here are some Halloween costume ideas:
1) A mop: get a white sheet and cut holes for the eyes and arms; then go as a ghost.
2) A hot dog: get two toilet paper rolls (long), put black tape around them (like lines of ketchup), “cut” one roll in half with scissors and put it on top of the other roll (to make buns), then attach a red or orange tablecloth tube to your waist (the hot dog’s “bun”), have another person attach an empty plastic bottle to the middle of that tube (the hot dog’s “mustard”), then cut off extra pieces of the tablecloth tube and attach them to your chest with tape (the hot dog’s “ketchup”).
3) A plate: get a white sheet, cut out holes for the eyes and arms, find two other pieces of white material for “corners” and attach them to each side near your shoulders with safety pins, get a big piece of paper, draw on it a picture of food like a turkey or pumpkin pie, then tape it onto your