For some, October is a month of pumpkins, horror movies and quirky accessories. For others, it’s the month of Halloween -- the much anticipated day of ‘dress-up.’ However, deciding whether to be cute or sexy, scary or not scary, can be a daunting task. How scary is too scary? Is going all-out on some latex too far? The answer is: NO! Grab that latex and paint yourself from head to toe! Halloween is the one time per year we can spray fake blood all over our clothes, coat our face in glitter and have some special effects fun. This year, instead of grabbing those trusted cat ears and smudging on your favorite eyeliner, try something new and have fun doing it!
We’ve rounded up our favorite on-screen women for a little inspiration. From Hollywood fashion to chick-flick classic, we’re exploring looks from some of our favorite movie and television icons. That’s right, we’re talking from Audrey Hepburn to Cher from “Clueless.” You can choose to keep these cute, or you can check out our tips at the end of the post if you prefer a little ‘Halloween makeup.’ No matter if you like it classic or scary, just remember to have fun and rock this year’s costume with confidence!
High Fashion Halloween Costumes!
Lights, camera, action! Nothing says high fashion like the big screen! No matter if these beauties were on film, or depicted in them, they all have something in common… impeccable Hollywood style!
The Movie Cult Classics
The ultimate chick-flick guide for Halloween. From “Mean Girls” to “Sex and The City,” these recognizable women have all provided us with laughter, great fun and wardrobe goals!
2017 Pop Culture Films
Spook-up Your Look With A Little Fake Blood !
Whatever you decide to go as for Halloween, fake blood is a trusty sidekick to add an essence of scare to any costume. A Bride? Add some blood and you’re a Zombie bride! A cheerleader? One quick blood spatter and you’re a Zombie Cheerleader!
Love U Magazine can’t wait to see your costumes this year!
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Special Note: Changing your outfit for the night does not mean that changing your skin color or outward ethnicity is okay! Remember to be respectful of other backgrounds and cultures while paying homage to your favorite people or characters.