Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Last Minute Halloween Ideas 2015

It almost Halloween! 
I am busy working on my Halloween costume for the salon. Our theme is the months of the year. It should be really fun! I chose April. April Showers. A lovely costume idea and a fabulous stripper name as well!!!!

I can't show it to you yet, but it involves an umbrella, rain drops cut from fun foam that you get at craft stores and a blue wig of course. I will post the pics on The Juicy Beauty Word facebook page.

If you don't have a costume yet, there is still time to get one or make one. You can visit your local Halloween store or order online. Many sites guarantee you will have your costume by Halloween with expedited shipping.

Amazon has a Halloween store with almost any costume you can imagine. They have beautiful sexy lace masks.

Click here to visit the Amazon Halloween store. 

Halloween Costume is another site with great costumes. Express shipping is $9.99.
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Check out Yandy for a fun sexy costume. 2 day shipping is $8.95. Go to

If you are the creative crafty type, get some cute cheap and easy last minute ideas from buzz feed. I love the Kool-aid Man!

Here are the top costumes this year:

1. Harley Quinn (She is the Joker's sidekick. I had to look that one up!)
2. Star Wars 
3. Super Heros
4. Pirates
5. Batman

And then there is Bruce and Caitlyn Jenner!

You can visit Frightgeist to see Google's lists of costumes trending locally and nationally.

If all else fails, you can always put on pale makeup, dark lips, whip up some fake blood and be a vampire! 
Here's an easy recipe:

Fake Blood Recipe

Corn Syrup
Red Food Coloring
Cocoa Powder
Corn Starch

 1. Combine corn syrup with a little red food coloring until you get the color you want.
2. Add a small amount of cocoa powder to darken the color.

3. Add a little water if you want it thinner.
4. Add a little corn starch if you want it thicker. 

Be warned. The food coloring can stain clothes and skin.  The stain will wear off of the skin with repeated washing or you can make a paste of baking soda and water to gently rub it away.

Happy Costume Creating!

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