Halloween is just around the corner, so if you’re one of those people who waits until the last minute
to find a costume to where then here’s a few quick diy (do it yourself) costume ideas for you.
1. Rosie the Riveter
Feminist icon, Rosie the Riveter, is an extremely easy and quick costume idea for Halloween.
All you need to this costume is:
a navy blue collared shirt
blue jeans (high wasted is optional)
and of course, her classic bright red lipstick
There are tons of tutorials on both YouTube and Pinterest that go in detail on how to complete the perfect hair and makeup for this costume, but for the most part all you need to do is throw on some red lipstick, neutral eyeshadow and tease, tease, tease your hair.
2. Home Improvement’s Wilson
For a clever costume and extremely easy costume idea go as Wilson from the show Home Improvement, who always seemed to have his face covered by a fence or some other conveniently placed object.
All you need for this costume is:
a fence (it is suggested that you use Popsicle sticks to make a small fence if you’re looking to spend the least amount of time on a costume)
a brown colored plaid shirt
a floppy hat
3. A deer
When you walk into a Halloween party or today it’s common to see a room filled with cats, so instead of drawing some whiskers on your face with some eyeliner, why don’t you try being a deer instead?
All you need for this costume is:
For the makeup – there are many tutorials online ranging in difficulty that show how to achieve this look
For the outfit – a brown unitard (optional) or just some brown pants/leggings and a brown long sleeved shirt, a piece of furry fabric for your chest piece and antlers (if you have some, possibly from Christmas time)
If you don’t have antlers you can make your own: a headband for the antlers to attach to, aluminum foil to shape into antlers, newspaper to paper mâché over antlers and then paint brown
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