All Posts Tagged 'costume idea'

DIY Miley Cyrus Costume - Plus Robin Thicke!

by |September 9, 2013

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We can't stop, and we won't stop...our obsession with Miley Cyrus these days! Between her twerk-tastic antics that have been making headlines, the bizarre music video for her smash single "We Can't Stop," and her bold fashion choices, what's not to love? If you're similarly obsessed and looking for a Halloween costume sure to be a show-stopper this year, feast your eyes on our DIY Miley Cyrus costume tutorial.

***BONUS *** We included a simple DIY Robin Thicke tutorial for a unique...

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How To Make a Troy Polamalu Costume

by |July 25, 2012

Whether you’re a football fan or not, chances are you probably know who Troy Polamalu is. Having trouble placing the name? He’s #43 of the Pittsburgh Steelers and a defensive lineman. Still don’t know? He’s that awesome football guy from the Head & Shoulders commercials! Now that you’ve put a face with the name and know you want to be Troy Polamalu for Halloween, here are some simple steps to creating that thicker-looking hair in one week, Troy Polamalu costume.

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Historical Costumes Guide: Marie Antionette in Pre-Revolutionary France

by |September 19, 2011
Categories: Historical, Resource

Learning how to make historical costumes can be useful for various events: reenactments, school plays, even book reports. For beginners, however, it’s difficult to know where to start. Elaborate dresses from movies can be wonderful sources for inspiration, but attempting one of those on a first try is as ambitious as replicating a Van Gogh without previous painting experience. Just as one needs to learn the basics of brush strokes and blending to paint, a costumer needs to learn the basic...

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How to Make a Madea Costume: Creating that In-and-Out of Jail Look

by |September 14, 2011
Categories: Costume Tutorials, DIY

Do you idolize that old lady who is always throwing insults, trying to strangle relatives, and can usually be seen stabbing at people with a lit cigarette? If you’re thinking that a Madea costume would go over great for your upcoming Halloween party or night on the town, but you're not quite sure where to start, we have some tips for you! The costume experts at HalloweenCostumes.com have put together this guide to show you how to create the in-and-out of jail look of that crazy lady we all...

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