#ReleaseYourFreak With Our Top 7 Halloween Costumes Made From PULP Gear!

Halloween is probably our favourite holiday of the year. We know we’re supposed to love Christmas, and believe us, we do. But there is just something so exciting about dressing up and being scared out of our wits that you just don’t get from any other holiday.

But we also know that getting the best possible Halloween costume can be challenging - so we decided to help you out. Below we have devised a list of easy and freaky costumes to make with the help of PULP products. Enjoy and don't forget to #ReleaseYourFreak this Halloween!

1. Wednesday Addams

This Rosemary dress by Disturbia was basically designed for this very moment… well that’s unlikely but we do find it hard to believe that it wasn’t inspired by our favourite freaky child!

Add some plaited pigtails (possibly with some black hair spray if you lack darker locks), with some ghostly pale make-up to add that creepy finish Wednesday does so well. Oh, and don’t forget to channel your inner hatred of everything and anything!

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2. Zombie

Take the Zombie look one step further with this gory bodycon dress and killer (pun intended) heels from Iron Fist Clothing.

With the help of some fake blood, incredible make-up tutorials and some red lenses, you’ll be ready to celebrate the day of the dead (and you’ll look freaky AF while you do – bonus).

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3. Devil

What would Halloween be without a Satan or two roaming the streets? Rock this look quick and easy with this amazing dress from Jilted Generation.

Just add a touch of evil with some red body paint (mixed with an intense contour session), some yellow contacts and the devil’s signature horns and you’ll be ready to scare some neighbours in exchange for sweets in no time. (We don’t care how old we are, we are still entitled to free sweets, okay?!).

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4. Snow Dead

Although we are huge fans of Disney on an everyday basis, we love bringing our favourite Princesses to the dark side every now and then – and Halloween is the perfect excuse.

The best thing about this costume is that you don’t need to be that skilled with make-up, in order to make the look work, just some white powder, a little blood and some black eyeshadow here and there and you’re ready to go. But of course, if you are looking for an artistic challenge, why not turn Snow Dead into a brain eating zombie?!

If you are willing to go the extra mile, why not add a little distress to the dress along with a few splatters of blood and some daunting white lenses to really ruin people’s childhood.

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5. Creepy Doll

If you have ever watched any scary movie, ever, then you will know just how creepy a doll can be. Once a sweet thing we once carried around in our arms to a deadly demon that won’t leave your house; this look could scare just about anybody – and it’s easy to make!

Just use this cute little Iron Fist floral dress, some blacked out lenses, messy pigtails, a pair of distressed knee high socks, some doll make-up and you’re set to creep everybody out!

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6. Skeleton

A classic that never gets old – and it’s easy to create! Just throw on this spooky dress, some awesome skeleton make-up, spider-web engorged lenses and you’ll be haunting the streets with this classic in a matter of minutes!

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7. Leopard

Okay, so this one is a little less creepy on the surface (unless you’re particularly scared of big cats), but with the right work this look can stand out amongst all those ‘pretty’ cats walking around.

If you’re willing to distress this dress, then do! Tear it up and pair with some ripped up leopard tights/socks for that little bit extra. Even with all that, make-up is definitely key here! Create some fake scratches and gross open wounds all over your skin and everyone will think you’re the leopard version of the Hulk – creepy (and weird), but it works!

Oh and don’t forget those yellow eyes!

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Check out our new Pinterest Board for hair and make-up ideas for these looks >> https://goo.gl/FyJAIs