Costumes You Need To DIY For Halloween Ft. Taylor Swift + MOREPosted on October 20, 2017
Halloween is all about creativity.
It’s one day out of the year where you can dress up and pretend you are someone else besides yourself. What better way to go ALL out on Halloween than to transform yourself from head to toe.
Looking for some inspiration within the music world? Here are a couple of amazing DIY transformations that will get people questioning how you put it all together.
So if you don’t have an idea in mind, try one of these DIY’s or at least grab some inspiration from these fun costume looks.
Taylor Swift“Look What You Made Me Do” contains a few different Taylor characters. One of our favourites however, has to be zombie Taylor. Check out the very talented Sarah In Wonderland who recreated the makeup and outfit to match the music video character!
If you’re the kind of person that’s into a more spooky October 31st getup, you’ll love this Taylor Swift DIY Costume.
This is a look that the internet has been trying to recreate ever since “rockstar” got released. We’re predicting that Post Malone costumes are looking to make a huge appearance this Halloween. Join the other Posty fans by replicating this amazing tutorial we found, below ⬇️.
Remember the time when we recreated a wearable version of Lights’ comic book makeup? This look can easily become your Halloween costume! Grab yourself a red wig, an army green jacket, along with a white mask, and you’re good to go out for the night.
Halsey’s cool, effortless look from “Bad At Love” is still an obsession of ours. For you to easily rock the Halsey look this Halloween – we got you covered from the makeup to the outfit! Pair this Hopeless Fountain Kingdom makeup tutorial that we found online, with OUR get the look for the perfect combination. There you have it!
Click here for our “Bad At Love” Get The Look ⬇️
Lastly, we’re throwing it back to the earlier 2000’s with an iconic Shania look! “That Don’t Impress Me Much” is a song that everyone should recognize when it gets played! In addition, the music video is just as memorable. So why not put this look together for Halloween?
As you can tell, the full cheetah print ensemble is simple to recreate, yet loud enough to make you stand out. Grab yourself an all cheetah print outfit, and embody 2009 Shania Twain this Halloween!
Also, don’t forget to take a listen to brand new music from Shania, down below!
That’s a wrap! We hope you enjoyed the few Halloween DIY costumes that we gathered together for you to rock this October 31st.
If you try out any of these looks for Halloween 2017, don’t forget to tag us @umusic in all your photos! We can’t wait to see them 🙂