This Halloween, Belle costumes will be out in full force as devoted Beauty and the Beast fans represent the tale as old as time. Not only was the live-action version of the animated classic the top-grossing film of 2017 (so far), it's also likely to be a contender during awards season. If you're too swept up in all things Beauty, then a Belle costume may just be the look for you this Oct. 31.
You know Moana's a rock-solid pick for Halloween this year. The question is, how far will you go to become Moana? Are you going to just slap on a cream skirt and a red bandeau? Or do you want to go all out and end up with the finished product like YouTuber Gladzy Kei did?
The Cheshire Cat isn't like other famous cartoon cats: he's brilliantly purple and hot pink, ever smiling and entirely unnatural. However, he makes for a perfect Halloween costume, with his bright, neon appearance and mysterious nature.
Whether you choose the sassy face of someone like your inner Disgust from Inside Out, or you're the happy-go-lucky Joy, chances are you're well-versed in expressing your inner "ew." So for this Halloween, take pride in your judgmental self by donning a DIY Disgust mask.
Minnie Mouse costumes can be very cute. Take a look at this video to find out how to make a Minnie Mouse costume of your own, including what makeup you will need and what clothes you can use to pull off that authentic Minnie Mouse look this Halloween. The costume itself is not hard to make, since a lot of the clothing is available for cheap at a nearby mall or store.
Alice in Wonderland might contain more separate Halloween costume ideas than any other story ever. The Mad Hatter is always a popular choice, and in this video you'll learn how to make a spot-on female Mad Hatter Halloween costume, both the makeup and the actual costume.
Alice in Wonderland has been around since 1865, when Charles Lutwidge Dodgson penned the novel under his pseudonym, Lewis Carroll. The classic story follows Alice on her journey down the rabbit hole and into a fantasy world full of anthropomorphic creatures, like the White Rabbit, Caterpillar, Cheshire Cat, Hatter, Duchess and Queen of Hearts.
The Disney Princesses are all great ideas for Halloween costumes if you want to look really pretty. If Jasmine is your favorite, watch this video to learn how to create an awesome makeup look to go along with your costume that will make you look like the actress that would have played her in the live-action movie.
Sadness won over the worried world with her downtrodden, mopey attitude in Inside Out, the widely popular animated film from Pixar and Disney. She's relatable, helping us to connect with all of our bouts of tears, sour attitudes, and blue feelings—and this Halloween, you can embody Sadness with this easy DIY makeup tutorial via Rotoscopers.