Our last-minute costumes are easy on the eyes and your schedule. Start with a basic pair of inexpensive sunglasses, then choose any of these four finishes.
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Adhere plastic bugs and snakes to black frames with durable glue, such as E6000 permanent craft adhesive ($5, michaels.com). Stick extras to your cheeks with body glue. Finish with black lipstick and a turtleneck.
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Remove stems and stamens from two artificial daisies. Use craft glue to reinforce layers of petals; let dry. Enlarge centers with scissors. Stick flowers to glasses with double-sided tape. Mimic a stem with a green tank top.
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Inexpensive rubber pests are all you need to create a creepy Halloween costume.
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Halloween sneaks up on us every year, so we've got a great solution to creating an insta-costume in a snap! A little bit of wire braided into your hair can create cat and spider costumes! Here's how.
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These unique Halloween masks are perfect for adding a one-of-a-kind twist to any costume.