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Alice in Wonderland Rabbit DIY Costume

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DIY Alice in Wonderland Rabbit Costume

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Couples Costumes: Jack & Coke

"Couples Costumes: Jack & Coke" by ourshabbynest on Polyvore. This is actually kinda cute. And fairly easy

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Couples Costumes: Jack & Coke

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One of our favorite Halloween looks pulls from an iconic "scary" image: the skull. Using extreme contouring and shadowing, makeup can be used to create an incredibly lifelike skeleton costume. We've put together some of the most stunning skeleton faces we've seen on Instagram — each is totally gorgeous and totally terrifying.
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60 Terrifyingly Cool Skeleton Makeup Ideas to Try For Halloween

One of our favorite Halloween looks pulls from an iconic "scary" image: the skull. Using extreme contouring and shadowing, makeup can be used to create an incredibly lifelike skeleton costume. We've put together some of the most stunning skeleton faces we've seen on Instagram — each is totally gorgeous and totally terrifying.

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62 Terrifyingly Cool Skeleton Makeup Ideas to Try For Halloween

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18 Easy DIY Halloween Accessories Tutorials For The Best Costume Ever

LOVE this technique! It's another one I've seen around before. the same the same idea could work with other materials depending on your needs. for example, you might use leather if you were making something like a masquerade style mask.

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Oishari: DIY Lightweight Costume Horns

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wish list fashion for grimm and fairy elf style woodland lovers , and hippie , pagan and medieval style lovers will be drooling right now ....the fairy & her owl <3

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Black Milk Clothing Disney Princesses and Villains Collection

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DIY Medusa Headband. Buy cheap plastic snakes at the dollar store (a few dozen in a pack), wire, a double banded headband, and a can of silver or gold spray paint. Wire the snakes onto the headband and then spray paint the whole thing.

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