While you may not have a big Halloween party to go to this year, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the fun.
Gather your friends and family on Zoom for a themed quiz, plan a night of pumpkin carving with your household or just curl up on the sofa with a scary film – but make sure you do it in spooky style.
New Look, Black Halloween Lace Cat Ear Headband
These elegant cat ears make for a simple but effective costume. Dress them up with some drawn on whiskers or keep it subtle with an all black outfit.
Next, Orange Halloween Pumpkin Velour Footless Sleepsuit And Hat
You’re never too young to dress up for Halloween and this cheerful pumpkin suit will not only keep your little one toasty warm but looking adorable too.
Price £14 – £15
Tesco, Fake Blood
If you’re on a budget this year then fake blood is the way to go. Smear some on an old white t-shirt then pair it with some dark makeup and white face paint to create an easy zombie costume.
Tesco, White Hair Spray
Wigs can help to complete a look but they’re also rarely comfortable and easily tangled. Save yourself the hassle this year by styling your hair first and then colouring it with a temporary hair spray.
Superdrug, Moon Terror Green Slime
Fake blood is a popular choice, but if you want to make your wounds look truly gruesome then add a layer of green slime. Perfect for anyone going as a zombie, a monster or a creature from the deep.
Claire’s Accessories, Bat Glitter Face Tattoos
Who said Halloween can’t be glamorous? These glittery face tattoos are quick and easy to apply and are a simple way to add a spooky touch to any outfit.