Top 10 Halloween Costumes for Girls 2010
It’s time for Halloween again, one of our favorite holidays of the year! Have you thought about your costumes yet? We can’t seem to narrow down a single idea which is why we’ve compiled a list of the Top Costumes for Girls! Why do we love Halloween so much? Let us count the ways! There’s really no other time when everyone around you gets into the spirit of dressing up and you get to look as outlandish and as crazy as you want. If you want to get extra creative, now is the time to get out that sewing machine, raid the arts and crafts store and get the glue gun out of storage to make your own costume. For those of us who want want to take advantage of all the amazing costumes available in-stores right now, you’re in luck because the selection is overwhelming!
There is so much more than the standard witch or black cat - dress up as a Harajuku Girl, Lady GaGa, a cute Eskimo girl, a Crayola crayon or a 1950s style girl - it’s as easy as popping to the mall to pick up your costume. Let’s face it though, as much as we love Halloween, we don’t want to spend a fortune on a costume we will most likely only wear once - so most of the costumes we’ve featured here are under $50! That way there is bound to be some money left over to buy some of that post-Halloween sale chocolate and candy! Yet another reason why we love Halloween!
Top Ten Costumes for Girls
1950s Sockhop Girl, $31.99 from Target.com
Groovy Hippie, $44.99 from Target.com
Video Vixen, $30 from Fancydress.com
Old World Vampira, $39.99 from Target.com
Wizard Wanda, $39.99 from Target.com
Harajuki Pop Princess, $45 from WalMart.com
Cookie Monster, $44.99 from Target.com
Cleopatra, $20 from Target.com
Screamin' Green Crayola Crayon, $30 from Target.com
Punk Ballerina, $19 from WalMart.com
A great way to heighten the drama of your costume is with makeup. You don’t have to buy a professional theatrical makeup kit - just some creativity with your makeup kit and maybe some face paint if necessary and you can create your own look! If you’re Cleopatra, draw some dramatic black cat’s eyes with liquid black liner, bright pops of eyeshadow if you’re a Harajuku girl or a Crayola crayon and some pale pink lipstick and big false eyelashes if you’re a 1960s Hippie Girl! The more dramatic your makeup, the better! Have fun!
Halloween Makeup Looks