Halloween is the one day a year that you can dress as over-the-top as you want, so you might as well milk it! Wear the wig, those sky-high heels and mounds of face paint and makeup. Find out where to get the best deals on expensive, extravagant Halloween costumes.
Finding decent deals on extravagant costumes can be tough, but now that online shopping has become common, it’s a bit easier to find the deals on these excessively expensive outfits. SpookShop.com is offering deals on extravagant wigs ranging from $10 to $30. The wigs come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes. Another wig- selling store that has branches in most cities is Party City. Party City is selling their premium wigs for $25 to $50, with an extra 20 percent off if your purchase is $60 or more. Hairstyles can really make or break an outfit, so if you’re looking to make a statement, grab a wig this Halloween.
Tons of variety
Costume Cauldron is an online costume store that has just about every costume imaginable for any person in the family. It provides adult, teen, kids, toddler, infant and pet costumes, at a good value for the quality; prices vary depending on the type of outfit purchased. They’re offering up to 50 percent off on select items and free shipping on orders more than $75. If you’re looking to buy unique costumes for the family this year, be sure to check out this website.
Daring and bold
If you want to be a little daring this Halloween, Frederick’s of Hollywood has you covered — er, not so covered. While these outfits may seem a little pricey, you’re definitely getting your money’s worth in terms of quality — not to mention from the number of heads you’ll be turning. These sexy costumes do show some skin, but look at it as one last night to show off before you’re bundled up in scarves for the rest of the fall and winter. Frederick’s is offering 25 percent off the entire store and free shipping on orders more than $50.
Paint it up
Snazaroo, a water-based product, is a safe, easy face paint that takes away worry over breakouts or clogging pores. If your costume could use something exaggerated to seal the look, Snazaroo face paint is the perfect way to go. Depending on the size of the face painting kit, prices can range from $4 to $50. The kits are sold at local stores such as Walgreens, as well as online sites like Overstock and eBay.