Halloween is all about showing off how creative you are, and the best Halloween craft of all? Your DIY Halloween costume! Homemade Halloween costumes are becoming more and more popular every year — we've seen some pretty wicked DIY vampire and witch costumes that you have to check out.
Well, if you're still stuck on Halloween costume ideas, it's no myth that unicorn costumes will never go out of style. With help from bloggers and celebrities alike, we've found the best ways to dress up as a unicorn this Halloween:
1. Galactic Unicorn
If you're a fan of NBC's Superstore, you'll remember when Cheyenne wore an out-of-this-world DIY unicorn costume. The best thing about this Pinterest-worthy combination is that you probably already have half the items lying around your house.
2. Unicorn Makeup
Thanks to YouTuber Promise Phan, you can upgrade your DIY unicorn costume with a little Halloween makeup magic. With plenty of pastels and some rhinestones, you can look exactly like the mythical creature (we think). For an added touch, add a horn and flower headband.
3. Unicorn Costume for Kids
Kids' unicorn costumes are more popular than ever, and we have a feeling JoJo Siwa might have something to do with that. We're obsessed with this kid unicorn combo set, but a DIY kids' unicorn costume is super easy to put together — just remember, the more color, the better.
For starters, slip your child into a unicorn hoodie and a pair of bright leggings. Then throw a colorful fairy tutu over top and secure it with kid-sized rainbow suspenders. You've just dressed the cutest unicorn in the neighborhood!
4. Unicorn Boxtume
One of our favorite Halloween ideas this year is using Amazon boxes to DIY their own costumes. It's creative and eco-friendly. Here, you'll see how Tatertots & Jello crafted this kid's costume using two medium-size boxes. They even provide a free template for you to download.
5. Unicorn Onesies
When you're in a pinch, all you need is one piece to pull together a unicorn costume. The classic onesie will keep you warm and in the spirit — there's even a cozy onesie headpiece for your dog or cat! Bonus: Once Halloween's over, you'll still have a warm pajama set to snuggle in during the cold winter season.
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