The million dollar questions before every Halloween party are: What to wear and how to look spooky? Well, we agree that the struggle is real if you want to scare the living daylights out of someone. Turning into a vampire or a Frankenstein isn’t enough anymore to observe the day whose roots date back to the Celts.
Here are a few Halloween make-up ideas you can follow to make a statement this year.
Saloni Maathur (salonimaathur)
Fun fact: As the days grew shorter and nights became drawn out, the Celts believed that November 1 marked the end of summer, or the harvest season. The start of the dark cold winter was considered an ominous season, mostly associated with human death. A night before the new year the boundaries between the natural and the supernatural became blurred and they celebrated the return of ghosts to earth on that day, which they called Samhain.