Halloween is tomorrow and some of us are still running around trying to figure out what creature, object, or person we are going to be. When all else fails stick to the basics! Cartoon or children’s movie characters are very popular. Who says there should be an age limitation on any costume?
Recreating the main character of The Brave, Merida is easy and a style you might want to keep after the Halloween celebration. This look can be achieved with a wand curling iron and a good amount of hair spray, like Last Look Hairspray.
If only our hair could be as beautiful as this braid is drawn, but it would be a great Halloween attempt! Braids are in, why not run with the trend. If you don’t already have blonde hair grab a wig and recreate The Ice Queens fairytale hair. For more braid ideas, click here.
If you’re feeling a little feisty why not be a felon! These kitty ears are super easy to recreate and they can be used for different animals. All you need is
1. Bobby Pins
2. Pipe Cleaners (use colors close to your hair color for a natural look)
3. Rubber Bands
Once you have all your supplies you can begin
1. Section the front half of your hair down the middle into two parts with rubber bands.
2. Twist two pipe cleaners together and wrap the top end around the base of your section.
3. Braid your hair using the pip cleaner as your third piece and bend into a ear shape. You can secure your hair into place with a bobby pin.
*Repeat on other side*
voila Kitty Ears!
The simplest yet most sexy Halloween hair. If you don’t want to cut your natural hair, grab a wig and jump into your alter ego for the evening. All black and a red lip makes the most cost-effective fashion forward costume.