How to dress up as a dead school girl in Halloween 2016
How to Dress Up As a Dead School Girl for Halloween
Creating the Uniform
Realise that you will not necessarily need to buy a costume.You may use any old school or work tops and skirts, however note that you probably shouldn't use something you need. Try to borrow things rather than buy them. As this is an outfit for one night only, probably, make your maximum spending limit a small amount, / £5.
Make the top of your dead school girl costume.Apply fake blood to an old blouse if you want your costume to resemble a school girl who died in a gory way. You could, alternatively, apply a little dirt or dust to imitate a reanimated corpse of a school girl who did not die violently.
Find a suitable skirt.A (short) black, blue or grey skirt would be fine. You can wear a longer skirt if you prefer. Apply blood to your skirt too, it may not show. If you prefer the reanimated corpse look, glue fake worms to your costume.
Select appropriate accessories to look more like a dead school girl than a scruffy girl.White knee high socks (not compulsory) which may be sprayed with blood. Pair this with black school shoes and a school tie for your shirt. The tie does not need to be neat, it is better scruffy and optionally blood sprayed too!
Optimize your outfit.It will look even cooler if you cut or rip the edges of your clothes. Remember though, October is very chilly (especially in Britain) and if you are going in a neighbourhood of young children, nothing too short or revealing - or scary for that matter too.
Doing the Hair & Make up
Style your hair.Try a back combed (messy) pigtail look. If you have shorter hair, just fluffy it up and maybe add a bow or so. Add fake worms if you are portraying an exhumed dead school girl.
Make up yourself to look dead.Make yourself look as pale and dead as possible with make up you already have. Flour can be applied to your face to make you look pale. Add dark shadows under your eyes and pale lipstick.
QuestionHow do I do the make upCommunity AnswerApply pale foundation (powder), or even use flour or baby powder. If using dark/ bright lipstick, smudge it. You could also apply concealer to your lips to make them look "dead." Add dark eye shadow under your eyes to give the appearance of eye bags.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I make it look like I have been shot if I'm allergic to face paint?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThere are special sites that offer hypoallergenic face paint for those who are allergic. If that still bothers you, you can always use a marker (non-permanent, of course) and draw on your face. Test a small spot to make sure it washes off with soap and warm water.Thanks!
QuestionCan I use anything else instead of a skirt?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerOf course. You may definitely use pants, especially if it is cold or even snowing.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I act like I'm an alien/vampire/werewolf/mermaid schoolgirl?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThat is quite the creative combination. If you want to be a mix of all of those things, take pieces from each of those looks and combine them into one. You could have a mermaid tail, werewolf claws and fur, vampire teeth and paleness, and have it all as an alien-green color.Thanks!
I want to look like a werewolf girl, are there any tutorials?
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