So you've decided to be a Sexy Party Monster for Halloween. Perfect, why waste those natural party monster instincts, right? We have just the guide to help you create the ultimate Sexy Party Monster look, complete with exclusive accessories, matching nail art tutorial, and a makeup tutorial. Put on your party dress, shake some confetti in you hair, and get ready for a great night!
Sexy Party Monster Costume
This Sexy Party Monster costume includes a multicolored tutu dress with a hot pink torso and bright yellow accent gives the appearance of a furry monster chest. The jagged arm-sleeves give the appearance of clothing that was ripped to shreds by hungry monsters. The tutu-style skirt has layers of pink, yellow and blue mesh. Make your skirt really pop by adding a bright pink petticoat underneath, and don't forget to add the ruffled pink panties for extra sass in the pants! This costume also includes a fun and playful furry hood has pink, yellow and blue hues with matching poms has three eyeballs and three pink and blue eyes.
(Sexy Party Monster Costume | Pink Petticoat | Pink Ruffle Panties)
Sexy Party Monster Accessories
To look like a Sexy Party Monster from head to toe, you'll want to add a few more furry ,confetti-colored accessories. Our exclusive multicolor furry boot covers and hand covers are designed to perfectly compliment the neon monster fur in the Sexy Party Monster hood. Slip these bad babies over your Sexy Monster Heels to keep warm all night.
(Sexy Monster Shoes | Yellow Monster Wig | Multicolor Furry Hand Covers | Multicolor Boot Covers)
Sexy Monster Makeup Tutorial
Party Monster Nail Tutorial
If you’re planning on rocking our Party Monster costume this Halloween, you’re already pretty much guaranteed to have a great time. So why not kick the whole thing up a notch with a super fun matching manicure?
You will need:
The first step to your manicure is choosing the right colors! I started out with a hot pink and yellow to match the colors in the Party Monster costume, using yellow for the accent nail.
From there, I added some fun freehand designs with a blue to bring out the blue in the costume. For striped designs, you can also wait until your base color dries fully, then use a piece of scotch tape to create a clear line. In this case, I decided to freehand the designs because the bit of imperfection seems more “monster-y” to me! As you can see, I tried a few different designs that play into designs with the costume. Feel free to use any or all of them.
To finish things off, I added blue glitter to the top of the accent nail as well as the polka dot nail. When I first added glitter on the polka dot nail, it muddled the dots too much, so I redid the dots over the top of the glitter. Finally, add a great topcoat over the top and you’re ready to go!
Remember: have fun with your designs and have a very Happy Halloween!
Brittney Hansen is a staff writer for HalloweenCostumes.com, nail tutorial by Anika Guldstrand