Fall is here, which means Halloween is around the corner. I've got to start thinking about my costume and make up for the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade celebrated by thousands of New Yorkers who join the celebration in costumes of their own creation.
People nowadays get really creative. There are thousands of DYI websites on the Internet, and of course, Pinterest and YouTube are the best recourses when it comes to Halloween.
This year's GW parade's theme is "Shine a Light!", but I have already gathered some great ideas of what I can possible do for this event. Check it out!
Day of the Dead
Glam & Gore
Glam & Gore is my favorite YouTube channel when it comes to costume ideas, inspirations and make up tutorials.
Online Shops for Real Halloween Stuff
Obviously, you can go to a local Hot Topic, Party Shop, Halloween Costume Store, or buy online from Amazon or Ebay. But my favorite is this Halloween super store on 21st Street in NYC, called " Abracadabra". ...Here you can actually see inside the store...
Their Halloween costumes are of high quality, and they also sell professional artist make up, various contact lenses, unfinished silicon, silicon masks, wigs etc etc etc. The wait line at the store on the actual day of Halloween is normally about 1.5 hours. So, I suggest to buy/order everything ahead of time.