How to dress for Halloween: What to wear and don’t
Posted On June 29, 2021
What to do in the spirit of Halloween: what to wear, what not to do, and what not your family will want to see.
It’s important to remember that it is NOT your responsibility to dress up in a Halloween costume.
In fact, the truth is, the more you dress up, the less you will want your family to see you.
There is no way to protect your family or friends from the creepy clowns, the zombies, and the vampires, which will undoubtedly terrorize your neighborhood and even your home.
However, it is a good idea to remember the simple rules to remember for the night.1.
No masks or masksing.
If you want to be a creepy clown or a zombie, dress appropriately.2.
Keep it simple.
Don’t go too crazy and get too many accessories.
Instead, wear a costume, an outfit, or accessories that will work for the time being.3.
No makeup or eye makeup.
The only thing you need to make your face look creepy and scary is your makeup.
If it is too bright or too red, it will make your eyes look like they are floating.
The same goes for makeup.4.
If your family is worried about you getting infected, wear masks and wear protective eyewear.5.
Keep the Halloween spirit alive by wearing your favorite Halloween costume and not your usual ones.
Make sure your Halloween costume doesn’t make you look like a bad person.6.
If the only reason you are wearing Halloween attire is because you are scared, don’t go to the mall.
Instead go to a haunted house and have a costume party.7.
Keep your friends, family, and neighbors informed about your costume.
For example, do not share your Halloween party on Facebook or Twitter unless you are in costume.8.
When you return to your normal life, remember to dress in the way that you would like your family and friends to see that you are not a creepy monster.
It is important to dress appropriately for the Halloween season.9.
Donate to the American Red Cross to help those in need.10.
Have a good time at your Halloween parties and Halloween parties in general!