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Advice on Halloween’s dress up from Dj_Emukas

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It’s Halloween

Your friend is throwing an awesome Halloween party, but you have no idea what to wear? Maybe your just too lazy and don’t want to think? Or maybe you just don’t want to be dressed as someone or something, because you think it’s lame. Well, then these are the basics:

1. Dress in black or any other Halloweenish color. It will create your default look.Glow sticks
2. Wear a cloak. Or anything with a hood. Let it cover your face and you will look more mysterious.a cloak
3. Glow sticks are a good accessory! You can take one or two colors and use only them. Actually, just play with the colors. Everything can work!
4. If you have a friend, who also forgot/is lazy, then this is a great opportunity! You can both dress the same. You can dress in the same or opposite colors. You can dress as opposite personalities. Again, anything can work.
5. Dress in your school uniform. But not just your school uniform. Make yourself look messy. You can pretend to be little Joker.BatGirl-and-Little-Joker
6. Act. You don’t always need a good costume. Sometimes you just need to get into character.

And maybe you are the one hosting the party? You need some decorations, but your on a budget? Maybe, you just don’t want to clean up much afterwords? Here are some easy decorations:

7. Make a cobweb. It’s easy, the only thing you’ll need is some old yarn. Why old? Because it’s more likely to be dusty and torn. So, make a snowflake out of 4 strings. Lay that on the ground. Then tie a maximum of 4 other strings in a circle between them all. It’s important for all of it to be loose. So when you attach it to a corner it’ll look more realistic.cobweb
8. Use lots of candles. You can put them in mason jars and maybe attach little cobwebs to them. Use red candles, so when the wax drips down it’ll look like bloodmason jars
9. Make a traditional jack-o-lantern. It may take a while, but if you make it the main object, it will look nice.

And lastly:

10. Always, and I mean always…No, I’m not gonna say “Be safe, bla bla bla…” or “Have fun bla bla bla…”. No, I’m telling you to do a prank. Just do it. Halloween isn’t Halloween without a prank. Prank someone or prank EVERYONE. Even if it’s the last thing you do.

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  1. Rokas 5A October 22, 2017

    These ideas are cool and nice. I think Halloween is the best celebration of the year except for Christmas.

  2. Ieva October 24, 2016

    I like halloween. I am waiting for it.

  3. A.Rapolas.L October 20, 2015

    Cool! I like Halloween parties with creepy stuff, pranks and costumes.
    I think I will decorate my house using your tips, and it should be awesome!
    If I make a a costume I will be a zombie. With dripping blood (here I would use your recipe) and ripped flesh, all rotten and gross.
    I’m waiting for Halloween!!!

  4. Adomas Gliožeris October 14, 2015

    Halloween is in the top three of my favourite holidays. I’m “shaking in my boots” for halloween ! I I I love these kind of tips, good job ”Dj_Emukas”!
    I like pranks and if i do a party a will definitely prank someone. I have got loads of ideas for pranks.
    For the costume i would choose joker, but the modern one. The one with scars, lots of face paint and a psycho mind (from the ,,Dark Knight”). I love that character, he’s very iconic, in one way he’s funny and in another way he’s creepy. So i think he would make a very good costume!

    • DJ E-mukas October 15, 2015

      I agree, the modern Joker is probably one of my favorite movie characters of all time! And i haven’t even SEEN the movie!c

  5. Matas October 14, 2015

    I want to celebrate Halloween 🙂 can’t wait …I think I will be a zombie this year :))))

    • DJ E-mukas October 14, 2015

      Recipe for fake blood:
      240ml corn syrup
      10 drops of red food coloring
      1 drop of green food coloring
      Hope that will be helpful!

  6. Julius October 12, 2015

    I like your style????

  7. Laura October 12, 2015

    Great post, Love it!:0

  8. Saule October 11, 2015

    Ow!! Thanks for ideas!!!

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