Boo! Scary creatures and monsters to ward away evil spirits have people wearing spooky costumes. These costumes may be bought, rented, or hand crafted.
Arts and crafts skills may include sewing, ironing, safety pins, iron-on bias tape, staples or fabric glue. The supplies you will need will depend on your skills and purpose of the costume. Costume materials may include fabric, paper, scissors, sewing machine, glue, ruler, pen and pencil, and other specialty tools.
Make 3 choices of costumes. Look into your personal clothing closets and dresser draws for articles which may satisfy one of these three interests. The entire costume may be made with available garments. Decide which costume is the easiest to design and construct with the current findings.
The next decision is the mask. Will you purchase, make a mask, or do facial painting with on-hand cosmetics or a Halloween makeup kit?
Are you creative with Everyday Makeup?
An inexpensive Halloween makeup kit is great to have on hand, but if you do not, use eyebrow pencils, eye shadow tints or powders, and lipstick.
Protect your skin by applying moisture cream to face. Use the eyebrow pencil to draw intended markings and fill large areas with eye shadow tints, rouge, or lipstick.
The Halloween makeup kit usually includes instructions and ideas.
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