Halloween will be here before you know it, which means it is time to start making everything spooky. Once you have figured out your costume, transform your home into a haunted mansion by decorating it with some creepy but fun holiday decor. By adding a skull or two to your decor this fall, you can easily turn your home into a haunted mansion perfect for your Halloween party this fall. Here are 38 DIY skull ideas perfect to add an eerie feeling to your home in your fireplace, porch, yard,etc with skull and skeleton.
Let’s face it: Halloween is going to look a little weird this year — you know, seeing as we’re still in the middle of a pandemic and all. Nonetheless, that’s no excuse to let your spooky nails or Halloween manicure game suffer. In fact, we’d think taking the time to paint some little ghosties or black cats on your nails would be a nice self-care break from the rest of the world. Luckily, so many nail artists on Instagram have shared looks that can be recreated at home. Some of them are serving us spider-webbed French tips and horror movie-themed designs, while others are doing oozing blood drips and homages to pop culture’s scariest serial killers.
With the pandemic still under way, a lot of things look different right now, and you can add Halloween to that list. The CDC is advising against traditional trick-or-treating, crowded costume parties, and basically anything that you’d associate with Halloween, calling these activities “higher risk” for contracting and spreading COVID-19.
But you shouldn’t just put anything on your face. Using the wrong products, like lower-priced makeup or even literal paint, can cause irritation and dryness that, depending on your skin type, could take a while to clear up. Here we have choosed 23 types of Halloween makeup ideas for you.