This tutorial will show you all the steps necessary to make a Native American Indian costume for Halloween. From the different makeup you need to apply, to ideas on what clothing you can use for the outfit, you'll learn everything you need to know to dress up like a Native American.
If you want to go for more of a devilish look this Halloween, take a look at this makeup tutorial to learn how to apply the makeup for a She Devil or girl demon costume. You will need red face paint, some eye shadow, and a few other tools to pull this off.
While this is a great guide to learn how to style a wig for a Halloween costume, this specific wig styling is fantastic for a Professor Snape costume. Follow these directions and style your own wig, then create your Harry Potter costume and go torture young wizards.
Do you want to make a Harry Potter costume at home? Add to it, by applying the right kinds of makeup to give you a look straight from the Harry Potter movies. Watch this tutorial for tips on what kind of makeup you need to apply and where to apply them. Then, all you'll need is a broomstick!
If you're a girl looking to create a Harry Potter costume for this Halloween, take a look at this guide to paint in some Hogwarts House colors onto your nails. This guide will show you how to paint Slytherin, Hufflepuff, Gryffindor, and Ravenclaw nails to go with your Harry Potter costume.
Gem from Tron Legacy wears a lot of makeup, making her character a perfect candidate for a cool Halloween costume. If you want to look like Gem, take a look at this Halloween costume guide to learn how to apply makeup that makes you look like her.
If you have a ballet outfit around, all you need is this makeup tutorial to create a Black Swan costume for Halloween this year. The guide will show you how to apply makeup just like Natalie Portman's star character from the movie Black Swan.
Engage in a little undead matrimony this Halloween by dressing up like a Corpse Bride. You will need several different kinds of makeup, a wig, and an older wedding dress in order to pull it off, but this tutorial will show you how to create the Corpse Bride costume from scratch.
This Halloween, show your love for Hello Kitty by creating your own Hello Kitty costume, complete with makeup and clothes. This guide will show you how to apply the right kinds of makeup to give your face the right look, including the Hello Kitty whiskers. Don't forget the bow!
Do you want to be a valkyrie, an angel, or some other winged deity this Halloween? If your costume requires angel wings, why not make your own? This guide will shows how to make angel wings using materials at home.
Pregnant women don't need to skip out on Halloween this year. Take a look at this tutorial on how to create a costume that takes advantage of your pregnancy and lets you head out to all the Halloween parties in your own costume. This specific example lets you create a soccer player.
Buying an expensive Halloween costume you're only going to use once isn't always the best financial decision. Instead, watch this video to find out how to make an easy Halloween costume. This costume idea lets you dress up as a nerd by using a few clothing items from home.
This Halloween, give your nails that special seasonal touch with a cool pumpkin design on them. If you're going for a full set, carved jack-o-lantern nails are a great idea because you can paint different teeth onto each one.
Having a cool set of Halloween nails can really set you apart at this year's party. Find out how to paint Freddy Krueger nails in this tutorial. You'll need several different colors of nail polish to be able to paint the nail correctly, as well as a delicate touch.
Hatched in the faraway land of Finland, Rovio's Angry Birds puzzle video game has sold over 12 million copies worldwide. The game has been referenced in a multitude of TV shows, featured in advertisements, used as an analogy in yogic philosophy, knocked off in a Chinese amusement park, and the latest—a feature film is coming soon.
Get yourself ready to celebrate the Day of the Dead by transforming your face into a traditional sugar skull. Show your spirit with this dramatic and attention grabbing look. A beautiful application of makeup with tremendous style. Perfect for Halloween costumes.
As Halloween is creeping closer, it's just about time for the last-ditch, cheap and easy costumes. But cheap and easy doesn't necessarily have to mean shoddy. Jason Lau's Stormtrooper helmet is clever, resourceful and possesses an endearing DIY spirit that store bought costumes seriously lack.
Defined by Urban Dictionary, Nerdtastic: Something generally not cool, but to a nerd it's freakin' fantastic. Below, a collection of WonderHowTo's top 10 favorite, utterly nerdtastic Halloween costume tutorials. The clock's ticking, so if you don't have your costume yet, peruse below and get started!
With Halloween costumes retailing upwards of $100, it's easy to get into debt just because you're feeling in the festive dress-up mood. But Halloween costumes are only worn once (maybe twice) and are almost always made of cheap fabric that rips and tears easily.
El Dia de los Muertos is a very colorful Spanish holiday which takes place on November 2nd, All Soul's Day. The festival involves bringing food and other goods to your dead relatives' graves and spending the night praying and remembering them. It's often a very communal, spiritual ritual that's also a fun activity for the whole family.
Steampunk may be the period-specific punk of the moment, but cyberpunk is still awesome. In this video you'll learn how to make a really original cyberpunk / goth nurse Halloween costume with makeup and some simple costume pieces.
Dia de los Muertos is the much more meaningful Mexican holiday that many Americans compare with Halloween because of it's nefarious imagery and it's inclusion of delicious sugar skulls. In this video you'll learn how to combine the two by dressing as a Dia de los Muertos sugar skull for Halloween.
lonelygirl15 may be a thing of the past, but it was still one of the biggest web phenomenon ever and Jessica Rose one of it's biggest stars. If your want to remember her this Halloween check out this video, it will teach you how to make an awesome LG15 Halloween costume.
If Halloween is only days away and you don't have the time or money for a very elaborate costume, check out this video, it has a bunch of great ideas for easy DIY costumes that you can make on the cheap, including a paparazzi in a bush, or a half-man half-woman.
Don't worry ladies, you can make an easy costume that is both scary and sexy this Halloween, and this video will show you how to do it. It contains detailed instructions for doing the makeup and costume for a sexy female mad scientist. MUWAHAHA!
IF you don't mind carrying a small table-like protrusion around all night on Halloween, we've got the Halloween costume for you. In this video you'll learn how to make an easy DIY Head for Dinner Halloween costume that will shock and amaze.
The Paper Bag Princess is one of the most beloved children's books for girls of all time, and it's heroine is a great role model for young girls everywhere. If you love the book, watch this video to learn how you can make an easy, sexy Paper Bag Princess Halloween costume.
It's been a few years since Finding Nemo became the highest-grossing animated film of all time, but it's cultural appeal lingers on. If you want to capture some of that Nemo cuteness for your Halloween costume, watch this video to learn how to make a really cute Nemo costume with no sewing required.
Greek Gods and Goddesses are sexy, easy costume ideas for college parties or Halloween. So easy, in fact, that in this video you will elarn how to make a great Greek Goddess costume out of stuff around the house in about 2 minutes! It looks great and will save you costume-making time this Halloween.
Harley Quinn is the Joker's love interest first introduced in Batman: Arkham Asylum. She is delightfully deranged, just like her boss / lover, and also quite sexy. Watch this video for a tutorial on doing her distinctive mask makeup for your Halloween or general purpose costume.
Halloween is upon us, ladies and ghouls, so it's time to start considering your masquerading garb for the big night of spookery. If you're going as a monster or a hobo then this makeup tutorial is indispensable for your costume's success.
Tony is not the most well-known of Die Hard characters. He's the guy who McClane writes, "Now I have a machine gun ho-ho-ho" across the sweater of and leaves for Hans Gruber to find. He makes a good, quick, conversation-starting Halloween costume, and this video will show you how to make a Tony costume yourself out of a sweatshirt and other basic materials.
No one in their right mind would ever volunteer to be one of the Red Shirts, the security officers from Star Trek who so often died during the crew's away missions. Well, it is a pretty easy-to-make and easy to recognize costume, so it might be a good choice for your next nerdy Halloween party or other get-together. This video wills show you how to make a Red Shirt shirt of a long-sleeve shirt and paint.
Whether or not you enjoyed the "Flinstones" TV series or movies, you have to admit that Betty Rubble's blue sheath and perky blue head bow are adorable.
There's no doubt about it: Uhura from "Star Trek" is one hot, fiery femme fatale. Played by Zoe Saldana in the movie version, she's an intelligent babe who sticks with flattering but minimal makeup and form-fitting dresses.
If you are looking to celebrate the Day of the Dead in style, check out this tutorial. In it, you will learn exactly how to apply makeup to your face so you like like the Sugar Skulls, a Mexican tradition.
You've probably seen your fair share of sloppy, sloppy togas for Halloween over the years. You know what I mean — hems either pooled around the ankles or ending awkwardly above the knee, one hand trapped akimbo because it's too loose around the waist, a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen. But the toga is still so tempting ... because it's so damn easy for procrastinators.
Not sure what to be next Halloween? A princess is a classic choice. Whether you’re making a costume for your little girl, or want to feel like royalty yourself, a princess costume is always in style.
The Mad Hatter from Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland not only makes a great costume but a great project. The hour-glass shaped hat, the striped pants, the fingerless gloves, and the Hatter's signature scarf are the most important components in this costume. If you're fairly skilled with costuming already, this shouldn't take more than four or so hours.
Release your inner wild thing with a costume based on the classic children's book. You Will Need