DIY Unicorn Halloween Costume

For a Halloween look this year I wanted to create something that could be pulled off without having to go out and buy a lot. Most of this costume I already had in my closet! It is a perfect last minute costume idea or even something that could be totally recreated to a style that is more you!

Makeup Tutorial here:

Products used:
Maybelline Dewy and Smooth Foundation + NYX Illuminator in Gleam
Anastasia Cream Contour Kit in Light (Neutral + Light Sculpt)
MAC Casual Colour in For Your Amusement 
Morphe Small Stipple Brush
Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette (Alchemy) 
Becca Cosmetics + Jaclyn Hill Champagne Pop highlight 
Colourpop Cosmetics Carry On Bronzer
BeautyForReal TotalGlo

Vice 3 palette (Vanity, Alchemy, Sonic)
Covergirl The Super Sizer Mascara
House of Lashes Bambie Lash
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Powder Duo in Dark Brown

Sigma Beauty lip base in Indulgent 
Gerard Cosmetics Hydrating Liquid Lipstick in Serenity
MAC Whirl lipliner 

I used pieces that I already had in my closet for this costume! This part you could totally recreate to fit with options you already own as well. I thought the fluffy faux fur jacket really added to the look, but you could leave it at just all white.

Outfit Details:
Fluffy Jacket: Forever21 here 
White v-neck: Charlotte Russe similar here
White Jeans: GoJane here
Boots: Charlotte Russe here
Wig: Amazon here

How I made the horn headband:
Step 1: Take any headband you want...I got mine from the Dollar Tree and it was just a basic pink fabric one that already had a few flowers on it. 

Step 2: Make the ears and horn pieces...To do this I just used bake clay that I found at Michael's (it can also be found at WalMart or any local craft store). The clay comes in a range of colors, I went with a gold color to match the look. 

Preheat the oven at 275 degrees...

On a small baking sheet roll out 3 pieces...1 for the horn and 2 for the ears.

I shaped the ears to look like cat ears. Then I rolled out the piece for the horn and cut it into 2 pieces. Then I wrapped the two pieces around each other to make the twisted effect. Make sure not to make your horn too big or long because it will not stick to the headband. 

Let those pieces bake for about an hour.

Step 3: While the clay is baking star heating up your hot glue stick.
I use this to apply the other flowers around the headband and later they clay pieces. I purchased my flowers from the Dollar Tree.

Step 4: Apply the fully baked clay pieces to the headband with the hot glue. I also added a flower to the bottom of the horn and pieces of flowers to the center of the ear pieces. 


What are you going to be for Halloween?!


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