Teen Halloween Costumes

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Selecting a Halloween costume is a personal choice. Age and sex are some of the primary factors that will determine what type of Halloween costume is best. Various teens like different things so I have created a short list of popular Halloween costumes.

Skeleton

Now here’s a Teen classic. Both younger and older teens enjoy the skeleton costume because it is scary and fun. A normal skeleton costume includes an entirely black jumpsuit with painted skeleton bones on it. If you would like to generate a more realistic costume you can find fake bones and attach them to the costume.

Zombie

It seems that zombies have attained the highest level of popularity in the past couple of years. So, if you opt for a zombie costume you will definitely be trendy. Making a zombie costume is rather simple and you can choose many different types of zombie costumes – zombie doctor, zombie road worker, zombie hunter, zombie teacher – the list is endless. All you need is regular clothing that you won’t wear because you will need to make them look dirty and ragged.

Ghost

These days, just wearing a plain white sheet over your body does not really cut it at the ghostly department. Instead, you’re going to have to be somewhat more creative.

A great question to ask yourself is this: What sort of person was your ghost before they died? This will help bring some variety to this frequently over-done costume. Better still, you can combine two kinds of creepy costumes. By way of example, you may be the ghost of a scary clown, or the restless spirit of a machete-wielding maniac. There are lots of possibilities.

The key to turning these characters into ghosts will depend largely on your clothes and your make-up. Go with a ghostly pale look. If you find that your outfit is too bright and playful, you could consider obtaining a pre-made costume of the specific ghost that you’re attempting to embody.

Vampire

Nothing scares some people more than the prospect of having to watch Twilight. Trigger these deep-rooted fears of adolescent vampire novel-based chick flicks by dressing up like Edward Cullen. All you’ve got to do is make your face look slightly too pale and have the same brooding look on your face all the time.

Werewolf

The most important here is your headgear. Produce werewolf’s mask or headgear using fur-like material. Give him fierce teeth and sharp eyes. Werewolf’s gloves are made with claws at the tips. Werewolf wears a checked shirt that’s ripped in the ends and ripped pants also.

Mummy

Strips of white fabric will be ideal to complete this costume. Dress up in white then wrap the head in a white scarf. Cover the rest of the body in bandage-like white strips of cloth. The body does not need to be cautiously or neatly wrapped in the strips of cloth but can be done in a careless manner. Ladies can wear a white dress then cover their bodies, such as legs and arms, with strips of white linen or cotton clothes.

What is important about the zombie costume is your skin that must seem grayish.

Witch

It is thought that witches come in different forms, but the most famous one is that the dark witch. For this costume use a dress that comes in dark colors (Bat Poop is best). The outfit shouldn’t be tight and fancy.

The other important element is that the hat which ought to be pointy. It’s an excellent idea to add some spider-web around it. Finally, don’t forget the broom which is among the most important accessories once we talk about witches.

Grim Reaper

The expression Grim Reaper for this depiction of departure was first used in the middle of the 19th century. Halloween is a holiday where people usually wear scary costumes and we can agree that there are just a few of things which are scarier than death itself.

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