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5 easy costume choices for the Halloween dance

Are you like this ghost and don’t know what to wear for Halloween?

Be prepared in your best Halloween costume for the upcoming Halloween dance in the PIHS cafeteria this Friday. Doors open at 7:30 pm, and the dance ends at 10 pm. There is a five dollar admission fee. 

Can’t decide on a costume or just haven’t had the time? “I have no idea what I’m going to wear. I kind of forgot about Halloween,” Bailey Brewer ’27 said. 

Have no fear. Here are five easy spooky dress-up picks in time for this year’s haunting hangout.

Black Cat: all you will need for this costume is some black cat ears, black eyeliner or face paint for the whiskers and some black clothes. You could even throw on a tail if you wanted. 

Mummy: wear preferably white clothing, then wrap yourself in medical gauze or paper towels, tape it up and you will be the perfect mummy. You could even put on some green face paint underneath.

Vampire: what you will need for this costume is fangs (or you could even file the sides of acrylic nails down to make fake vampire teeth then glue them on to your teeth with denture glue), fake blood or red food coloring, and either a black suit, cloak or your living room drapes. 

Zombie: a zombie is another simple and popular Halloween costume. What you will need to make this costume is some green face paint, fake blood or red food coloring, black eye liner or face paint to put around your eyes, and lastly torn up old clothes. Make sure to focus the makeup around your face and hands so people know what your costume is. 

These costumes are very quick and easy and you could find most of the supplies in your house or at Walmart.

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