Vampire Costume: Introduction
If you really want to stand out this Halloween, go all out with a DIY vampire costume. When it comes to the outfit (usually a black dress or black pants will do), it’s one of the easiest homemade costumes to pull off, and once you get the makeup down — whether you’re going for more of a Twilight Ed Cullen or a classic Vampira you’re sure to steal the show at any Halloween party. It’s also a fantastic last-minute idea. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of five easy ways to create your own perfectly spooky vampire Halloween costumes. Check out how we’ve reinvented vampire costumes for kids, adults, and even your pet.
If you need more Halloween costume ideas, take a look at our favourite Halloween costumes of all time. When you’re short on time, go with the basics: a cape, a dress, fangs, and, of course, fake blood. Once you have those items, you’ll be well on your way to creating a spectacular vampire costume. Fortunately, everything is available quickly on Amazon or at your local party store.
Vampire Costume: Creative Touch
It’s also possible that your costume is as simple as reaching into your makeup bag. If that’s the case, take a look at our simple vampire makeup tutorial. Wear a cape and some black tulle for added style. A convincing vampire-esque collar is one way to achieve this look without spending all day crafting. Kari of Rad + The Rest created a step-by-step tutorial for replicating her classic DIY vampire look, and all you need is black felt, black ribbon, and scissors. Combine it all with a black dress, white face powder, and fangs.
This kids’ vampire costume is far more adorable than spooky. With a mini reversible cape and drawn-on fangs (or a mouthpiece), they’ll be saying “w” as “v” in no time. Look no further than this Edward Cullen creation for guys who want to use basic items that are most likely already in their closet. Dark clothing and shimmer powder make recreating Robert Pattinson’s vampiric look easier than ever. Remember that this costume isn’t complete without hair gel.
You don’t have to go overboard with your Halloween costume. Contrary to popular belief, when it comes to Halloween, there is a happy medium between lazy and extra, and you can still look your fiercest using items from your own closet. While there’s nothing wrong with dressing up in your favourite black crop top and cat ears and calling it a costume, there are other ways to incorporate the essence of the all-black Halloween costume while adding a dash of creativity with makeup and accessories.
Now, I present to you “A” from Pretty Little Liars, the cream of the DIY all-black Halloween costume crop. This costume is simple to make and instantly recognisable. We’ve all had that sinking feeling when we see a black hoodie, an ominous text message, or maybe a pair of black gloves from a cult favourite show. You’ll need the following items: Hollister’s Oversized Full-Zip Hoodie; Barney’s Originals Real Leather Gloves with Touch Screen Compatibility in Black.
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