Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Fabulous Halloween costume ideas for redheads

Halloween is an exciting time of year and only days away. Part of the fun of Halloween is getting dressed up and putting on a costume. Although sometimes you just can't decide what or who to go as. If your a redhead like me and still deciding what to wear for Halloween this year, fear not. I've done my research and really thought about costumes and ideas this year. In the past few years alone there have been many lead roles in movies who were redheads and would make great costumes ideas. I also watch a fair amount of horrors and know that there are quite a few creepy red headed characters out there perfect for a Halloween look. I've also picked out looks which are either classic or fairly recent.  Maybe your fed up of putting on wigs, why not embrace your red hair this Halloween. There are lots of different looks and characters you can go as who have distinctive red hair and this will work in your favour, making you instantly recognisable with your stand out red locks and costume to match. or maybe your wanting to wear a wig and go as a character with with red hair. There is nothing worse than no one understanding your costume. Chose someone iconic, showcase your fiery pumpkin coloured hair.  Whether you decide to dress scary looking or not is up to you, so here's a variety of my favourite ideas if your in need of inspiration.



                                               Moira O'hara - American Horror story



If your familiar with America  horror story you'll know Moira is the seductive ghost maid who likes to play tricks with your mind. The great thing about this costume idea is that it's recent and popular right now. You can make this costume as sexy or as scary as you like. You can decide to go as the young Moira or the much older Moira or even half old/ half young... Seeing as its the same person. This would be my go to choice!





Poison ivy is a well known character and a perfect dress up idea for Halloween. This costume give you the chance to get really creative with your costume. She's an iconic villain which will make a super wicked costume, not to mention how fabulous you'll look with your fired red hair and green costume!

                                                 Sally - The nightmare before christmas


I like this one because it's super artsy. You'll have fun putting on the makeup and you'll Definitely stand out. Any costume idea you get from a Tim Burton movie will sure be suitable for Halloween! This one especially. Who wouldn't want to dress up as a rag doll created by Frankenstein for Halloween?! She's the perfect creepy character for a rather creepy day, stuffed with dead leaves and sewn together with various pieces. This costume is also very in expensive and if your feeling crafty you could make the outfit yourself.


                                             Jessica Rabbit - Who framed Roger Rabbit



If you wanting to go more glam than gore this Halloween then Jessica Rabbit is the Perfect character. Sure shes not scary but she's iconic and instantly recognisable with that red dress and red locks. This outfit would look amazing with red hair or if you don't mind wearing a wig!  

                                                                   Carrie White - Carrie
                                                                         



If your a fan of horrors and want to go all out and don't mind looking scary then Carrie is a great option  especially as it's just been re made and is a classic horror. A rather simple look to go for. Add a pretty dress an some fake blood and your done!


                                                           Cady Heron - Mean Girls



I couldn't help but add this one to the list.Mean girls is one of my all time favourite films and i'm sure it's almost every other girl/ young women's favourite film too. If your celebrating halloween with a group of friends why not go as the plastics? You'd make a great Cady Heron with your red hair!

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