Top 10 Easiest Halloween Costumes to Make


Halloween is coming up, and it’s good to be prepared. If you’re handing out candy (there’s a list on how to confuse trick or treaters that’s fine. But for those who are roaming the streets, you can’t do it with casual clothes on. But what if you don’t want to spend a large amount of money? Here are the top 10 easiest Halloween costumes to make. Also, please remember that all face paint should be non-toxic.


For this infamous blood-sucker, you’ll need white face paint, a set of fake vampire teeth, a comb, and a button-down shirt. A tuxedo is optional. First, you should gently put the face paint on your cheeks, chin, nose, and forehead. Get none in your mouth, eyes or nose. Because Dracula is seen as civilized, put gel in your hair and comb it backwards, like Bela Lugosi’s Dracula. Then, put on the tuxedo/button-down shirt, to further convey the image of a groomed person. Finally, put on the vampire teeth.