Month: November 2017

Children’s Halloween Costumes Ideas

Halloween is the time to get scary and dress up for Halloween. I’ve included a few Halloween costume ideas for children below:

Watching your children at play is amazing, their ability to role-play the characters of some of the popular music superstars. For Halloween, you can make costumes that are similar to those of their favorite musicians. The costumes do not have to completely look like that of the musician but the closer the better.

A ghost costume is a unisex costume that has also been used since ancient time. The best part is that these costumes come in different styles and shapes so your kid can definitely look unique if you choose this option. Some other traditional Halloween costume ideas include skeletons, Jack-o-Lantern and Batman, just to name a few. [Continue reading…]

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Halloween Masks and Costumes

Boo! Scary creatures and monsters designed to cast out evil spirits have people wearing spooky masks and costumes on Halloween. The costumes and accessories may be bought, rented, or hand crafted.

Halloween night may be celebrated at public functions, private parties, block parties, and in some neighborhoods children accompanied by adults will walk and knock on neighborhood doors announcing “Trick or Treat.”

Do you wish to make your own costume? Many people find that creating and designing their own costume adds to the fun of this creepy celebration. Arts and crafts skills and talents 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 or pencil, other notions, and specialty tools. [Continue reading…]

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Trick-Or-Treat Safety and Halloween

Halloween is one of the oldest and most exciting holidays celebrated today dating back over 2000 years. It is celebrated every year on October 31st. Many cultures believe the dead both friendly and evil can roam the streets on the night of Halloween. Children and adults dress up in costumes, attend theme parties, visit haunted houses, play scary pranks, watch scary movies, and trick-or-treat in their neighborhoods.

Today, one of the biggest concerns is the safety of children on Halloween. Considering nefarious characters may be lurking in any neighborhood wishing to cause harm to children, the following safety precautions should be followed. [Continue reading…]

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Human Hair Lace Wigs

The human outward features, such as skin complexion, hair growth rate, hair color, and height are genetically controlled. This, therefore, means that there is little that can be done to alter them except for the more complex genetic therapy. However, one feature that has allowed superficial altering is the hair color and its growth rate. Many women all over the world have an attachment with their hair; it brings a feeling of beauty and elegance. One of the major ways of enhancing this hair beauty is by use wigs. [Continue reading…]

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Cosplaying – things I wish I knew when I was starting out

Don’t get me wrong. I don’t regret those late nights I was working on my Ichigo costume. Cosplay is all about having fun. In cosplay, you reinvent yourself and choose your story (Cosplay Outfits). You could be Shrek’s Lord Farquaad or Gandalf of the Lord of the ring. If you’re just starting up, here are a few things I wish I knew two years earlier. They are in no particular order.

1. Keep an eye on what’s trending. If you want to stand out from the crowd, don’t dress as Khal Drogo of Game Of Thrones. You’ll be surprised how many people had the same idea. [Continue reading…]

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