Ooh! You should totally get dressed up as a 1920s flapper girl. I have this really weird obsession with anything that has to do with the Roaring Twenties (I swear, my mom thinks I'm a reincarnated flapper LOL). If there is a thrift store somewhere near where you live, you might be able to find a really cool dress. Or maybe a store that specializes in vintage/funky stuff. If your hair's really short, you can probably do that curl thing, or fix it into a bob. (good thing they're coming back in style). And just get some red lipstick, and maybe some fake eyelashes, but don't get really big ones, cause it'll look kinda weird.Pandancer wrote:-Sigh- I'm so unsure what I should be for this Halloween. And I want to decide soon, because all of my costumes always turn out horribly if I wait to long to decide.
I'm not going anywhere but the store to buy some candy, most likely, unless I can talk my parents into taking me to the Six Flags October Fest or something. There aren't any parties going on and I stopped trick-or-treating when my sister refused to go with me. ( As if it wasn't embarrassing enough. To go alone? No thank you. I'm way too shy. )
But I still want to dress up. :S I'm not going to miss the only year where you can be something you're not without being looked at funny. And since I'm only going to the store, I'm not sure if I should make a whole costume or just put on some face make-up, you know?
Right now I'm torn between two things.
1. I'm obsessed with the Batman movies, and I originally wanted to be Christopher Nolan's 'The Joker', but I figured that everyone and their grandmother would be doing the same thing around here, especially with Heath Ledger passing. So I figured I would be the next best thing: Two-Face. But not the new Two-Face. I'd be going Tommy Lee Jones style, since I love Batman Forever. Even if he's a total manwhore in the movie. xD
My mom said she could help with the face make-up, since she took classes in how to cover scaring. She could make it look less purple-y than it does in the movie, and less plastic and more like flesh. I told her that, even if I'd felt like Emily, I wanted to do it. But. . .
2. I've recently discovered that I'm obsessing over almost any old-style fashion at the moment. Particularly, the 1950s and the 1920s. Just as I told everyone else, I'd rewind back to the 50s if I could, and dance around in a poodle skirt until they went out of style. I absolutely love that era, and I thought about dressing up as somebody from the 50s instead. :/
Ahh, I don't know what to do.
And for future reference, I was an MCRmy Soldier last year. xD
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