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    Materials needed: 

    • 1-1/2 yards black fabric (cotton, jersey knit or even lace or sequins work)
    • 6 inches of 1/8-inch elastic (any color)
    • Headband
    • Thick black fabric (leather, felt or even a thick black cotton work)
    • Hot glue


    Bat wings:


    Step 1:

    BAT WINGS Step 1:

    Fold your 2 yards of black fabric in half and cut inverted scallops on the diagonal, as shown.

    Step 2:

    BAT WINGS Step 2:

    Cut 2 (3-inch) sections of elastic and loop them, as shown. Sew each loop onto the ends of the bat wings using a straight stitch, and go back and forth a few times to secure it.

    BAT WINGS: finished

    Bat ears:


    1. Cut 4 identical triangles of your thick black fabric.
    2. With right sides of the fabric together, sew up the sides of the triangle, leaving the bottom open.
    3. Repeat for the second ear.
    4. Turn your bat ears right side out.
    5. Hot glue onto a headband. Let dry, and you're done!

    Bat costume

    Now pair with your favorite little black dress, a pair of strappy black heels and some dark lipstick!

    Be a star in our SheKnows costume contest! Share a “Most Creative” or “Best Family Ensemble Photo” and you could win prizes! Submit through Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using the hashtag #SKBESTCOSTUME, or fill out a form to be entered.

    More Halloween inspiration

    Pop art Halloween makeup
    Plus-size Halloween costumes
    Katy Perry Cleopatra Halloween makeup tutorial

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    Wrong. Before you go and exile all of your summer dresses and tunics to the back of your closet let me show you a few ways to refurbish your "one hit wonder".

    Look 1: Shirt style tunic to top

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    This is a super easy way to turn a shirt style tunic into just that, a shirt. Add a pair of jeans or pants, tuck in the front like you would a button down or blouse and there you have it. Mix up the accessories or keep them the same. Boyfriend jeans and flats keep this look casual but add some fitted pants and a pump and you are ready for a night out on the town.

    Look 2: Short beach cover up to top

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    Taking a beach cover up that has a simple string to cinch the waist is the easiest dress to turn into a top (add a skinny belt or string of your own if needed). Loosen the string and tie it lower towards your hips, next pull the dress up and let it fall, at this point the shirt overhang should cover or nearly cover the string or belt you are using. The look should resemble a peplum top. Alter as you see fit.

    Look 3: Pencil dress to top photo ScreenShot2014-10-07at23057PM_zpsb9333de3.png

    This is probably my favorite way to revamp a dress. So many times we buy occasion dresses that we wear once and have spent a good deal of money on. Get your money’s worth and find a pencil skirt that is either the same length or longer than the dress and layer it over top. Throw on a blazer and grab your perfect work tote to make this look office appropriate.

    Look 4: Girls night out dress to top

    Want to take your fun girls night out dress to the next level? Add some white fitted jeans (that no white after Labor Day rule doesn't apply in my books!), fold the top where a fitted top would normally hit, measure against a shirt you already own or adjust once it is on, and tuck it under all the way around.

    What are your favorite ways to wear your summer clothes in the fall?

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    Why we're obsessed

    Kristen Davis

    In a lacy long-sleeve top and colorblocked cobalt midi skirt, Kristin looks flirty and classy. Colorful wedges and a printed bag add a touch of sass we love.

    How to style the look

    Just because the temperature's dropping doesn't mean you have to abandon your summer style staples. Summer trends like lace and cobalt blue are easily transitioned into fall; you just have to cover up a bit more to deal with the cooler weather. When the temps fall, swap out Kristin's wedges for a closed-toe shoe — we provided two options depending on your heel preference — and add an edgy leather jacket.

    How to Style the Look: Kristin Davis

    1. What Motors Most Jacket (modcloth.com, $60) 
    2. NastyGal Candlelit Dream Blouse (nastygal.com, $ 41)
    3. CUSP by Neiman Marcus Pleated Chiffon Skirt (cusp.com, $188)
    4. J. Jill Scalloped Ballet Flats (jjill.com, $99) 
    5. DUO Elenora T-Strap Heels in Black (duoboots.com, $155)
    6. ShoeDazzle Barbuda Floral Bag (shoedazzle.com, $40)
    7. Kate Spade Saturday Initial Bracelet (saturday.com, $30)
    8. Herbal Essences Totally Twisted Curl Boosting Mousse (Walgreens, $4) 

    More celebrity style

    Jessica Alba's colorful combo
    Mel B's cute chambray outfit
    Lea Michele's bold blazer

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    JustFab Zella Boot in Black (justfab.com, $40)

    JustFab Zella Boot in Black

    Faux leather riding boots never looked so fab. JustFab's version of the classic style is modern, stylish and super comfy. We plan on wearing these babies with our go-to leggings and a cute cozy sweater.

    Dr. Scholl's Orig Collection Mindy Boot in Black (drschollsshoes.com, $148)

    Dr. Scholl's Orig Collection Mindy Boot in Black (drschollsshoes.com, $148)

    Booties are as much a part of our fall accessory game as over-the-knee and thigh-high boots, and this season we'll be getting pretty cozy with these comfy — they feature Memory Fit technology! — yet adorable booties.

    BareTraps Roxie Boot in Dark Grey (footwearunlimited.com, $100)

    BareTraps Roxie Boot in Dark Grey (footwearunlimited.com, $100)

    Sometimes, a gal wants the best of both worlds, and you'll get exactly that with this cute mix between a boot and a bootie. They've got a solid heel and don't go up too high, so they'll look adorable with your go-to fall dresses.

    MetroStyle Faux Suede Bootie in Magenta (metrostyle.com, $60) 

    MetroStyle Faux Suede Bootie in Magenta (metrostyle.com, $60)

    Who says fall boots have to come in boring colors? Live out loud this season with a bold magenta pair of suede booties. We'd wear them with our go-to LBD or with skinnies and a dark blouse.

    Cobb Hill Allison Boot in Almond (cobbhillshoes.com, $200)

    Cobb Hill Allison Boot in Almond (cobbhillshoes.com, $200)

    We're definitely picking up a modern country vibe with these just-below-the-knee brown boots. They're so versatile that you could dress them down for a weekend of errand running or dress them up with a flirty sundress and cardigan.

    Clarks Spye Celeste Bootie in Black (shoebuy.com, $130)

    Clarks Spye Celeste Bootie in Black (shoebuy.com, $130)

    A cushioned footbed and low heel make this bootie the perfect comfortable companion with fall fit and flare skirts or leggings and sweaters. We're sold already, what about you?

    Crocs A-leigh Leather Boot in Espresso/Walnut (Crocs, $100)

    Crocs A-Leigh Leather Boot in Espresso/Walnut (Crocs, $100)

    Yes, Crocs does boots! We're just a wee bit obsessed with the comfortable line's genuine leather boots featuring a comfy Croslite material footbed and a cute houndstooth textile lining.

    ShoeDazzle Bennett Boots in Black (shoedazzle.com, $56)

    ShoeDazzle Bennett Boots in Black

    Sleek black color? Check. Leg-elongating wedge? Check check. These stunning boots are definitely on our fall shopping list.

    Aldo Montoro Bootie in Pewter (piperlime.com, $130)

    Aldo Montoro Bootie in Pewter

    They're a little bit metallic, a touch sparkly and a whole lot of adorable. These booties will definitely be a conversation starter in your fall wardrobe.

    Seventeen Women's Hayley Chukka Boot in Taupe (Sears, $50)

    Seventeen Women's Hayley Chukka Boot in Taupe

    Perfect for pairing with flirty dresses and jeans alike, these ankle booties are cute and comfy thanks to cushioned insoles and non-slip outsoles.

    Chinese Laundry Sacred Over the Knee Boots (chineselaundry.com, $90)

    Chinese Laundry Sacred Over the Knee Boots

    Turn up the heat this fall in this pair of sexy over-the-knee boots. The stiletto heel, pointed toe and sleek leather all combine for one heck of a sexy shoe.

    DUO Mandel Ankle Boot in Cheetah Calf Hair (duoboots.com, $210)

    DUO Mandel Ankle Boot in Cheetah Calf Hair

    Get wild this fall with a bold cheetah print ankle boot. The print is definitely not going out of style anytime soon, so it's a versatile and well-spent investment.

    Tall Buckled Wedge Boot in Dark Sand (express.com, $80)

    Tall Buckled Wedge Boot in Dark Sand

    A hidden wedge, suede material and unique color make these buckle boots a must-try style if you're looking to try something new with your shoe game this fall.

    UGG Jardin Boot (6pm.com, $181)

    UGG Jardin Boot

    No, they're not your typical UGGs, but they sure are cute. They're also toasty thanks to a sheepskin-lined forefoot. In other words, say bye bye to freezing cold tootsies and hello to stylish boots.

    Volcom Exhibition Grey Studded Low Cut Boots (zumiez.com, $75)

    Volcom Exhibition Grey Studded Low Cut Boots

    Low-cut boots are the perfect way to add a touch of edge to your fall style, especially when they come with sassy studs, like these cuties!

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    1. Begin by placing a fishnet pantyhose or a wig cap over your face.

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 1

    You will look like the ugliest version of yourself during this step. It's worth it, I promise.

    2. Start creating the mermaid scales

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 2

    Using a sponge or your fingertips, tap a blue cream shadow like Maybelline Color Tattoo Cream Gel Shadow in Tenacious Teal at your temples, forehead and tops of your cheekbones.

    3. Give the scales and ombre effect

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 3

    Next, take a green cream shadow like Maybelline Color Tattoo Cream Gel Shadow in Edgy Emerald and apply below your blue areas, moving closer to the center of your face.

    4. Highlight the scales with silver cream eye shadow

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 4

    Using a silver cream shadow like Maybelline Color Tattoo Cream Gel Shadow in Silver Strike, tap on top of the high points of your face as highlights.

    5. Remove the fishnets to reveal your makeup mermaid scales

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 5

    Now, the fun part! Remove the fishnet and see the scales you've created!

    6. Apply blue cream eye shadow

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 6

    Using the same blue cream shadow and a synthetic brush or fingers, apply to the entire lid. Elongate the shape at the outer corners if you wish.

    7. Make sure you blend the shadow

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 7

    Using a synthetic crease brush, blend out the top edge.

    8. Line under your lower lashes

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 8

    Using a metallic teal eyeliner like Urban Decay's 24/7 Glide-On Pencil in Deep End, line your lower lash line and extend beyond the outer corner.

    9. Line the rim of your lashes with a different shade

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 9

    Use a mint green or aqua liner to line your waterline. Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye Liner in Turquoise is my favorite!

    10. Make sure you extend the line beyond your eye

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 10

    Extend the line beyond the outer corner, below the teal line.

    11. Seal your eye makeup with glitter adhesive

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 11

    Dip your finger in glitter adhesive and loose blue glitter. Press onto the lid.

    12. Add some glitter eyeliner for extra sparkle

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 12

    Using a silver glitter liner, apply to top lash line.

    13. Finish your mermaid eyes with mascara

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 13

    Apply mascara to top and bottom lashes. I am liking L'Oreal Voluminous Miss Manga.

    14. Add glitter to your brows, because why not?

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 14

    For an extra touch, apply loose silver glitter to brows.

    15. Apply false lashes (optional)

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 15

    You can apply false lashes or simply some feather accents to the corners.

    16. Start creating your mermaid lips

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 16

    Line lips with the teal eyeliner, leaving the center open.

    17. Give them an ombre effect

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 17

    Take the mint green liner and fill in the center of the lips, creating an aqua ombre.

    18. Yes, more glitter

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 18

    Highlight your cupid's bow with the silver liquid liner.

    19. Apply even more glitter

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Step 19

    Press loose silver glitter onto the center of your bottom lip for extra dimension.

    DIY Mermaid Halloween Makeup: Finished

    Now swim off and have a happy Halloween!

    More Halloween inspiration

    Pop art Halloween makeup
    Plus-size Halloween costumes
    Katy Perry Cleopatra Halloween makeup tutorial

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    This Halloween, I'm taking the loveliest of the Disney princesses and turning them into disease-ridden, flesh-eating, chase-you-down-the-street-with-a-pickaxe zombies. Grab your makeup brushes and let's do this thing.

    Poisoned Snow White

    zombie Snow White makeup

    Get the tutorial: Poisoned Snow White >>

    Frostbitten Elsa

    zombie elsa makeup

    Get the tutorial: Frostbitten Elsa >>

    Infected Tiana

    princess tiana zombie makeup

    Get the tutorial: Infected Tiana >>


    Poisoned Snow White

    Who better to start with than Snow White? She's the fairest princess of all, but not after she takes a bite from her evil stepmother's poisonous apple. Here's how to get the look.

    snow white zombie makeup


    • Light foundation
    • Liquid black eyeliner
    • Brow liner
    • False lashes
    • Red lipstick
    • Red pencil eyeliner
    • Gray and green eyeshadows
    • Green and purple pencil liners
    • Red hair bow


    Step 1: Apply a foundation that is three shades lighter than your natural skin tone to your entire face for a porcelain look. Then, apply a black winged liner, brows, lashes and a red lip.

    Snow white makeup

    Step 2: Apply a red liner to the water line, and under the eye.

    snow white zombie makeup

    Step 3: Apply a gray shadow under the eye (bag area) and bring up to the inner bridge of the nose.

    Snow white zombie makeup

    Step 4: Hollow out cheekbones and build a gray shadow on the corner of the mouth. Then, use a green shadow and lightly blend around the corner of the mouth.

    snow white zombie makeup

    Step 5: Use a thin detail brush and lightly mimic veins. Alternate greens and purples for a more realistic look.

    zombie snow white makeup

    And you're done! Top it off with white gloves, a red hair bow and an apple, of course. Poison not advised.

    zombie snow white makeup

    Up next: Frostbitten Elsa >>


    Frostbitten Elsa

    This one is obvious, right? Elsa of Arendelle spends a little too much time in the snow. Boom, frostbite.

    Elsa zombie makeup


    • Light foundation
    • Liquid black eyeliner
    • Purple eyeshadow
    • Purple or pink lipstick
    • False lashes
    • Liquid latex (you can find this at Halloween or makeup stores)
    • Black and red eyeshadows
    • Gray-blue eyeshadow
    • Glitter


    Step 1: Apply a pale foundation to the skin.

    elsa makeup tutorial

    Step 2: Use a purple eyeshadow on the lid and blend out slightly past the crease, apply a winged eyeliner and pink or purple lipstick.

    elsa makeup

    Step 3: Apply liquid latex to the nose, cheeks and temples.

    elsa zombie makeup

    Step 4: Allow it to dry slightly and then pinch it to create holes showing the skin. Use your best judgement to mimic blistered, flaky skin.

    Step 5: Apply black and red shadow to the skin to make it look irritated.

    Elsa zombie Halloween makeup

    Step 6: Contour the skin in a gray-blue eyeshadow and apply glitter all over. Finish it off with a long blonde braid and some awesome white-tipped lashes.

    Up next: Infected Tiana >>


    Infected Tiana

    Poor Princess Tiana kissed the wrong frog. Hey, we've all been there. Here's how to create the zombie Tiana look for Halloween.

    princess tiana halloween makeup


    • Liquid latex (You can find this at Halloween stores and many makeup stores)
    • Cottonballs
    • Foundation (lighter than your normal foundation)
    • Gold eyeshadow
    • Matte brown eyeshadow
    • Eyeshadow brush
    • Pinkish-red eyeshadow
    • Red lipstick
    • Beauty wedge or makeup sponge
    • Green eyeshadow
    • Yellow eyeshadow
    • Petroleum jelly


    Step 1: Wash your face and pat dry with a towel. Decide where you'd like to apply warts.

    Step 2: Dip a cottonball into your latex and allow it to dry slightly. Then carefully apply it to the places you want to look infected.

    princess tiana halloween makeup

    Step 3: Apply a foundation that's a few shades lighter than you would normally use. Do not blend it perfectly. It looks best if left blotchy.

    princess tiana halloween makeup

    Step 4: While the warts are drying work on the eyes, red lip and brows. Apply a gold shadow to the lid, and a darker matte brown to the crease extending to the inner bridge of the nose to hollow out the eyes. Apply a pinkish-red shadow under the eyes.

    princess tiana halloween makeup

    Step 5: Pinch the latex to create the look of an open blister. Then shade the edges of the wart with eyeshadow to give it dimension and apply red shadow in the center.

    Step 6: Take a beauty wedge and pinch out holes in the top to create a sponge-like appearance, then stipple different colors such as light green, dark green and yellow.

    Step 7: Apply petroleum jelly to the top of the eyes, lower lids and warts.

    princess tiana zombie halloween makeup

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    You always want to pull off an effortless and chic hairdo to complement your outfit. Here are some of my favorites that are cute, simple and perfect for the season.

    1. The side part bohemian bun

    Buns are fun! They are great for the day or night. We are going to concentrate on a "not so neat" one in this look.

    Step 1:

    Part your hair toward the direction you would like. Then tie it all up in one. You don't necessarily need to use a brush, because the look is more natural and you really want to get the bohemian feel. But if you prefer a smooth finish you can.

    Step 2:

    Roll your hair up in the shape of the bun. You can use hair clips or a scrunchie to keep it in place. Some gel or a styling product of your choice can be used to smooth everything in place as well.

    Step 3: (optional)

    Add a cute floral band or any hair accessory to give it that extra pop.

    2. Just a little braid

    Braids are versatile. Whether you're running errands, meeting up with the girls, or planing a hot date. You could never go wrong with a cute braid.

    Step 1:

    Take a section of your hair from the top. Tie the rest of the hair in the back with a scrunchie.

    Step 2:

    Begin braiding the portion that was sectioned off to the side. You can choose the side on which you would prefer the braid to fall.

    Step 3:

    Tie a rubber band or scrunchie at the end of the braid. Let the back portion of your hair down.

    Step 4: (optional)

    This part is if you want to kick it up a notch! Instead of leaving that back portion of the hair down, you can pin it up with some hairpins to give it a more dressy look.

    3. The high bun

    This look is for the days you really don't feel like combing your hair. But you can still be cute on those days too!

    Step 1:

    Swoop up all your hair very high on the top of your head and tie it with a scrunchie, leaving some of your hair tucked in. So you're not pulling all the hair through, but keeping it in the bun formation.

    Step 2: (optional)

    Add some gel or a styling product of your choice to smooth out the sides and the back.

    Step 3:

    Begin pinning everything in place with bobby pins.

    You can leave it messy, or neaten as much as you can too. It's more of a personal preference.

    And there you have it! These hairstyles are truly suitable for every hair type. So be cute, be confident and always remember to add your little touch, too. Happy fall!

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    "The great thing about fashion is that it always moves forward."

    This quote from Oscar de la Renta is more poignant than ever, with his recent passing. And while, yes, fashion will continue to move forward, we thought it appropriate to take a moment and look at the past; at just a tiny slice of inimitable fashion moments brought to us by Oscar himself and the starlets who wore him so well.

    1. Amy Adams

    Amy Adams

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    Oscar de la Renta was known for these incredible, sweeping skirts, and this Amy Adams number is no exception.

    2. Jessica Alba

    Jessica Alba

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    Jessica Alba looking like a peachy queen.

    3. Sarah Jessica Parker

    Sarah Jessica Parker

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    Proof that when two icons combine, something really special happens.

    4. Taylor Swift

    Taylor Swift

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    This gown is almost as dramatic as most of T. Swift's songs, in the best way ever.

    5. Lea Michele

    Lea Michele

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    Glittering and gleeful, showcasing Oscar's amazing work.

    6. Cameron Diaz

    Cameron Diaz

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    Just look at this dress! Just look at it.

    7. Anne Hathaway

    Anne Hathaway

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    I may not love her acting, but I love her dressing.

    8. Allison Williams

    Allison Williams

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    What's hot pink, mod and fabulous all over?

    9. Julie Bowen

    Julie Bowen

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    Modern Family more like modern glamly (not my best pun).

    In all seriousness, let's close with another fabulous quote from the man himself: "Fashion is about dressing according to what's fashionable; style is more about being yourself."

    Here's to being fashionable and stylish. It's what Oscar would've wanted.

    More on fashion

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    Fergie's stiletto nails

    Photo credit: Jon Kopaloff/FlimMagic/Getty images


    DIY stiletto nails

    • Artificial nail tips
    • Base coat
    • Nail polish
    • Top coat
    • Nail glue


    • Nail file
    • Scissors


    Step 1: Make those stilettos

    Step 1: Make those stilletos

    Start by using your scissors to cut the shape of your nails. You'll want to cut the tips with a diagonal cut with a slight curve to create your points.

    Step 2: Shaping

    Step 2: Shaping

    Use a nail file to refine the shape of the nail and to file the edges to ensure the artificial nails will fit snugly over your nail bed.

    Step 3: Base coat

    Step 3: Base coat

    Once you have your nails shaped, apply a base coat to your artificial nails.

    Step 4: Polish

    Step 4: Polish

    Apply your nail polish in 2 coats, allowing a few minutes in between for the polish to dry. You'll want to make sure you wrap your polish over the edge of your nails.

    Step 5: Top coat

    Step 5: Top coat

    Apply a top coat to your polish to protect it.

    Step 6: Apply your artificial nails

    Step 6: Apply your artificial nails

    Put a drop of nail glue in the middle of your nail. Firmly press on your artificial nail and hold for a few seconds to secure.

    Step 7: Finish

    Step 7: Finish

    Once you have your nails on, you can add any finishing touches like nail jewels or any extra filing or shaping that's needed.

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    • 1 glow stick
    • Nail polish in clear or a color matching your glow stick
    • Scissors


    Step 1: Get glowing

    Step 1

    Start by activating your glow stick by giving it a snap and a few shakes. Once your glow stick is glowing, it's ready to use!

    Step 2: Cut in half

    Step 2

    Carefully cut your glow stick in half with sharp scissors. Be careful not to spill any of the liquid out.

    Step 3: Add the glow to your polish

    Step 3

    Squeeze the glowing contents of the glow stick into your nail polish. If you're having trouble getting it all out, you can also cut the top end of the glow stick to allow the liquid to flow down more easily.

    Step 4: Shake it up!

    Step 4

    Thoroughly mix your nail polish with the glowing solution by giving your nail polish bottle a quick shake. Make sure the glow is evenly distributed through the polish.

    Step 5: Apply your new glow-in-the-dark polish

    Step 5

    Apply your newly mixed glow nail polish to your nails. If you are using a dark base like I am, you'll probably need 3 to 4 coats to get a good glow. If you're using a lighter color base like white or a neon color, 2 to 3 coats of polish should be enough. You should see a little bit of the glow in your nail polish almost immediately. Your nail polish may take a little longer to dry than usual, so try to apply it in thin layers.

    Step 6: Get in the dark

    Glowing nails finished

    Once your nails are painted, test your glow out in a dark room! Your nails should maintain their glow for the next few hours!

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    Plus-size Halloween costumes
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    10. Savings.com

    Savings.com cuts through the clutter, allowing you to find the best deals in a fraction of the time. Their beauty section indexes deals and discounts from a ton of your favorite brands: Ulta, Avon, Birchbox, Sephora and more! Before placing your next order, check here first — you'll be surprised at how much money you'll save!

    11. TopBeautySupply.com

    The motto over on TopBeautySupply.com is "where you'll find the best in beauty for less," and will you ever! You'll find high-end beauty supplies for up to 70 percent off and top 10 lists to help you compare products. This site is beyond worth a bookmark. (If I could bookmark it twice, I would.)

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    Not everyone has time to do a different design on each nail, but I hope this tutorial will inspire you to try something new. Let's get started! Remember, you should always start your manicure with a base coat to protect your nails.

    Spidey sense (index finger)


    • Base coat: Dazzle Dry Base Coat
    • White: OPI Alpine Snow
    • Black: OPI Black Onyx
    • Red: Dazzle Dry Rapid Red
    • Top coat: Dazzle Dry Top Coat
    • Trick n Treat Halloween Sticker Combo Pack from Whats Up Nails
    • Small dotting tool
    • Needle


    Step 1: Apply a base coat and a very thick layer of white nail polish.

    Step 2: Add a black dot and two black lines using a small dotting tool.

    Step 3: Use a needle and drag it through the nail polish while it is still wet to create the spider web design.

    Step 4: Clean the cuticle around your nail by using a brush dipped in non-acetone or acetone nail polish remover. Acetone works better but can dry your skin.

    Step 5: Take a big dotting tool or the tip of a bobby pin and create a red dot in the center of the web. You can apply several layers of red nail polish to make this dot stand out.

    Step 6: Let the design dry completely.

    Step 7: Put a spider sticker in the empty white space and push it into the nail to make it stick completely.

    Step 8: Apply top coat.

    Bats over a moonlit forest (middle finger)


    • Base coat: Dazzle Dry Base Coat
    • Black: OPI Black Onyx
    • White: OPI Alpine Snow
    • Makeup sponge
    • Yellow: Dazzle Dry Sahara
    • Glitter from Amazon
    • Top coat: Dazzle Dry Top Coat
    • Masking or Scotch tape
    • Trick n Treat Halloween Sticker Combo Pack from Whats Up Nails


    Step 1: Apply base coat and then paint nails with black nail polish.Wrap your finger with masking or Scotch tape for easy cleanup.

    Step 2: Apply white and black nail polish to a makeup sponge. New/thin polish works best.

    Step 3: Once your base coat is completely dry, lightly dab the sponge on your nail to create an ombre effect, as seen below.

    Step 4: Remove the tape and clean your skin around the nail using a Q-tip and brush dipped in non-acetone (better for the skin) or acetone nail polish remover.

    Step 5: Create a moon using yellow nail polish; apply several layers to achieve a brighter moon. For an even brighter yellow, apply a layer of white nail polish underneath.

    Step 6: Add drops of clear nail polish above the moon and add some glitter on the top of it to imitate stars in the sky.

    Step 7: Add two bat stickers on top of the moon and sky.

    Step 8: Use a detail brush and add a back lit forest in your moon.

    Step 9: Apply two top coats.

    Helpful tip: I did two layers of ombre for this mani. Sometimes one layer is enough if your nail polish is well-pigmented. But, sometimes you need to do 3 layers to achieve the result you want. Usually higher-quality nail polishes have better pigmentation which means they will work better for ombre.

    Dripping blood (ring finger)


    • Base coat: Dazzle Dry Base Coat
    • White: OPI Alpine Snow
    • Red: Dazzle Dry Rapid Red
    • Top coat: Dazzle Dry Top Coat
    • Trick n Treat Halloween Sticker Combo Pack from What's Up Nails


    Step 1: Apply base coat and 2 layers of white nail polish.

    Step 2: Let it completely dry. You can use fast-drying top coat to make it dry more quickly.

    Step 3: Apply a dripping blood stencil on the tip the nail. Tweezers work well for this.

    Step 4: Press the stencil onto the nail to make it stick evenly. This will help prevent leaking nail polish under the stencil.

    Step 5: Apply red nail polish over the stencil and peel the stencil off immediately afterward for clean lines. Use new or thinned nail polish for better results.

    Step 6: Let the design dry completely before you apply your top coat.

    Sparkly pumpkin (pinky finger)


    • Base coat: Dazzle Dry Base Coat
    • Black: OPI Black Onyx
    • Glitter from Amazon
    • Top coat: Dazzle Dry Top Coat
    • Trick n Treat Halloween Sticker Combo Pack from What's Up Nails


    Step 1: Paint nail with black nail polish.

    Step 2: Add a pumpkin sticker and push it to the nail to make sure it sticks.

    Step 3: Add glitter around the pumpkin while the base polish is still wet. Remove excess glitter with a brush.

    Step 4: Wait until the polish has dried and then apply two top coats.

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    The Muddy Pumpkin Wrap

    The Muddy Pumpkin Wrap

    Photo credit: Greg Nicholas/iStock/360/Getty images

    If there were ever a perfect time to bring dry, dehydrated skin back to life, it's Halloween, duh. This down and dirty, full-body treatment starts off with a head-to-toe exfoliation using a nutrient-rich muddy pumpkin scrub (where you're basically wrapped up like a little mummy in a cocoon), followed by a seriously soothing scalp and foot massage while you wait for the pumpkin to do its job. Afterwards, you'll hop into a warm shower to rinse off and then bathe in the scents of cinnamon with a red-hot hydrating oil application to top things off. Your skin will totally be glowing like a jack-o'-lantern when you're done.

    $99 for 50 minutes at SiSpa at Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa and Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa

    The Mummy Mask

    Lena Dunham mummy spa

    Photo credit: courtesy of lenadunham/instagram

    Dying to relax and "unwind" at the spa this Halloween? Whether you're a working mummy or not, trust us, this treatment should do the trick. First, skin is thoroughly cleansed with Eminence
Organic Cleanser and wrapped with gauze before layering on a thick, creamy paste containing ginseng powder, pearl powder, sodium alginate, clay and rice
starch. Once the mummy mask is removed, not only will you look alive again, but your skin will be noticeably brighter, more moisturized and smoother too.

    $100 (face only) or $175 (face and hands) for 55 minutes at eména spa in Miami

    The Vampire Facial

    Bar Refaeli getting Vampire facial

    Photo credit: courtesy of Bar Refaeli/Instagram

    While the name of this spooky skin rejuvenating procedure might make your blood run cold, the results will seriously have you screaming for more, and no, not just on Halloween. So how does it work exactly? In short, blood is drawn from your arm, the blood platelets are next separated out using a fancy machine and the resulting fluid is injected into your skin tissue, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It's like your own natural dermal filler. Do yourself a solid however, and refrain from sending selfies mid-treatment or you'll actually scare your friends to death.

    30 minutes at Lorenc SkinFit Medical Spa in NYC and California

    Not So Freaky Halloween MicroCurrent Facial Treatment

    MicroCurrent Facial Treatment

    Photo credit: putilich/iStock/360/Getty images

    Turn back the hands of time and literally shock yourself in the process (don't worry though, it doesn't hurt, we swear). Dubbed "The Non-Surgical Facelift," this Not So Freaky Halloween MicroCurrent Facial makes use of gentle, low level electrical currents to activate your body's own natural skin enhancement chemicals, dramatically increasing the production of elastin and collagen and decreasing fine lines and wrinkles. Additionally, it can improve muscle tone in your face and neck, lift jowls and eyebrows, aid in lymphatic drainage and even enable your regular beauty products to penetrate your skin better. So go ahead, treat yourself.

    $75 at Complexions Spa for Beauty & Wellness in Albany & Saratoga Springs, New York

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    Not sure what Nasty Gal is? Girl, you're missing out. NastyGal.com is the best place to find fashion for the fierce female. Whether you're going out and hitting the city or looking for the perfect, not-so-motherly wrap dress to wear to a work lunch, Nasty Gal is dishing out delectable looks for girls who are over Forever 21, too bold to be contained at Anthropologie and not quite ready to be reined in at The Limited.

    And in case you're expecting fairytale pastels and cartoonish brights from the brand's MAC collection, don't. The Nasty Gal line of lipstick and nail polish, designed in collaboration with Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso,  is an intense collection of power shades. It seems appropriate since Amoruso considers herself the ultimate #GirlBoss.

    This new line of shades will help emphasize and intensify your own know-it-all smirk and boardroom fierceness. So go ahead and drum those claws on your desk, lady. It's time to show 'em what you're made of by showing off how good you look in the Nasty Gal line.

    Nasty Gal collection

    Lipsticks ($16)

    • Stunner (true red, matte)
    • Runner (burgundy, matte)
    • Gunner (rich purple, matte)

    Studio Nail Lacquer ($12)

    • Flaming Red (true red, creme)

    With fall in full swing, there's no better time to update your look with these cool shades. The sky is darker, you probably just deepened your hair from platinum to caramel, and you're slowly replacing your neon tanks with jewel-toned sweaters. In other words, it's time to unleash your dark, cool insides on the world by starting with the fiercest look possible.

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    Although I love some trends like the culotte pants (which I haven't tested yet), luxe sweatshirts and the fabulous fringe looks, the go-to essentials are more stable in my life. Setting aside my current interests leaves my essentials that are the heartbeat to my fall wardrobe. My five top fall essentials are as follows.

    1. Oversized blazer

    Great with just about anything. From a chic dress to your favorite boyfriend jeans, they complement your look very well. In this outfit, I chose to wear a vintage Dana Buchman blazer in a fuchsia hue that gives a dull or basic outfit a great pop.

    2. Checkered or grid printed pants

    I love what a white-and-black printed trouser does for the office as well as after-hours events. They also seem to add a great illusion to one's shape if they are cut right.

    3. Leather satchel with gold hardware and/or zippers

    Make sure to invest in a good quality bag that carries your daily life but gives great style. I love satchels this season with small compartments and details.

    4. Nude pointed pumps

    A pair of nude pumps are all the rage and have been for quite some time now. They serve as a neutral and tone down all-black outfits, denim on denim and even the girliest, floral dresses with your moto jackets.

    5. Fedora hats

    Have you noticed? Wide-brimmed hats are just about everywhere. I admire the masculinity it adds to our wardrobes. They are chic, timeless and super stylish. I have them in a couple of colors but want more styles and shades. You can never have enough.

    What I'm wearing: vintage Dana Buchman blazer, Ann Taylor shirt, pants from JC Penney, Zara pumps and hat, Rebecca Minkoff Perry satchel, House of Harlow necklace

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    In this video, SheKnows Beauty Expert Allison Pynn teaches you how to give yourself an easy side braid that will stay put all day. The braid looks polished without being overdone, and you don't have to be an expert to create this look at home.

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    Why we're obsessed

    Lily Collins

    Photo credit: Michael Wright/WENN.com

    Lily is the queen of breezy street style. The actress has a talent for putting together comfy, chic and cool outfits that just make you stop and stare. This one did just that thanks to the on-trend crop top and midi skirt combo that looks oh so sophisticated thanks to some ladylike accessories.

    How to style the look

    Proportion is key when wearing a crop top. Show just a sliver of skin by pairing your top with a high-waisted longer skirt to look classy, not trashy. Top things off with a neutral palette of accessories that pull the look together.

    How to Style the Look: Lily Allen Crop top

    1. Pamelka White Scoop Back Crop Top (missguidedus.com, $9)
    2. Eight Sixty Trinity Floral Skirt (piperlime.com, $89)
    3. Dr. Scholl's Band Sandal In Caravan Sands Color (drschollsshoes.com, $60)
    4. Crisscross Cat Eye Sunglasses (express.com, $30)
    5. DailyLook Classic Everyday Satchel (dailylook.com, $55) 
    6. It's Knot You Bangle in Gold (mykitsch.com, $11)
    7. AHAVA Dead Sea Osmoter Body Concentrate (ahavaus.com, $60)
    8. Alterna Caviar Replenishing Moisture Milk (sephora.com, $30)

    More get the look

    Jessica Alba's colorful combo
    Mel B's cute chambray outfit
    Lea Michele's bold blazer

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    Materials and tools:

    • A couple of pinches of corn starch
    • A glossy nail polish
    • Scrap paper
    • Old nail polish brush

    Step 1:

    Step 1

    Prepare your nails for painting as usual with a base coat. Then pour a small amount of your glossy polish on a piece of scrap paper.

    Step 2:

    Step 2

    Add a pinch of corn starch to the glossy polish.

    Step 3:

    Step 3

    Using an old nail polish brush, mix the corn starch and polish together.

    Step 4:

    Step 4

    Apply your matte polish to your nails. You may need 1 to 2 coats depending on the polish.

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    Oh yeah, and that real women pull off each look so much better in real life. Can I get an "amen" for the brave and beautiful women who are wildly talented, too?

    1. Come-hither cowgirl

    Come-hither cowgirl

    Photo credit: Robert Alexander/Archive photo/Getty images

    Leopard print seems out of place in the Wild West, and the cut-out chaps look responsible for some chafing. Why not look to a real cowgirl, like famed historic cowgirl Mabel Strickland or any other bad-ass cowgirl? (iFashion Warehouse, $87)

    2. Desirable nun

    Desirable nun

    Photo credit: Ian Tyas/Hulton archive/Getty images

    Nothing says religious devotion quite like pleather. Gotta say, Mother Teresa — who famously cared for the poor and dying — is a little more convincing. (HalloweenCostumes.com, $43)

    3. Smoking hot firefighter

    Smoking hot firefighter

    Photo credit: Adam Berry/Getty Images News/Getty images

    She's hot, but that cut-out top is sure to provide some ventilation, thank goodness. You know who doesn't need a vent for polyester, though? Any of the nearly 7,000 female firefighters in America. (Amazon, $23)

    4. Tantalizing Arabian girl

    Tantalizing Arabian girl

    Photo credit: William Thomas Cain/Getty Images News/Getty images

    Let's try to forget that this costume is horrifyingly racist, and go with the fact that women in the Middle East and Central Asia have fought in earnest for women and girls to have rights. If you must channel this part of the world, look to Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai for inspiration. (Ali Express, $15)

    5. Sexy minion

    Sexy minion

    Photo credit: Jesse Grant/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    For the love if minions, has anyone even seen the movie? Kevin? Jerry? Not sexual, animated or not. Brenda Chapman, however, was the first woman to direct an animated movie from a major studio when she directed the movie Brave. Groundbreaking and beautiful, obviously. (Yandy, $60)

    6. Naughty nurse

    Naughty nurse

    Photo credit: Pool/Getty Images News/Getty images

    Those fishnet stockings should come in handy when putting in a catheter or administering vaccines. Seriously, though, brave nurses like Nina Pham have recently made headlines for providing compassionate care in life's darkest hours. (Amazon, $32)

    7. Provocative prisoner

    Provocative prisoner

    Photo credit: JP Yim/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    Girlfriend didn't get the memo that horizontal stripes are a no-no. After watching Orange is the New Black, which is based on the true story of Piper Kerman's life as an inmate, I think I'd want more coverage in prison anyway. (Amazon, $17)

    8. Sultry kitten

    Sultry kitten

    Photo credit: WENN.com

    This kitten is probably angry because her tail looks like poop. But you know what real grown-ups are doing when they dress as cats? Performing in a Broadway rendition of Cats. (Trustedeal.com, $18)

    9. Sizzling SWAT officer

    Sizzling SWAT officer

    Photo credit: Andrew Burton/Getty Images News/Getty images

    Sad news, but the plastic buckles probably won't hold this mini-dress in place whilst storming a criminal lair. No matter, because the real SWAT officers probably don't want her and her side ponytail there, anyway. (Amazon, $26)

    10. Alluring trooper

    Alluring trooper

    Photo credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images News/Getty images

    OK, I kind of love this costume, but will still firmly say 'no.' Instead, I'll send my thoughts to Major Lauren Edwards, who bravely led more than 150 Marines in defensive maneuvers in Iraq, and other women like Tatiana Maldonado who are among the six percent of female Marines. (Amazon, $30)

    11. Scintillating teacher

    Scintillating teacher

    Photo credit: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images News/Getty images

    At least those glasses make her look smart, though. Sadly, she's not very smart if she's hitting on teenagers in detention. But you know who is smart? Erin Gruwell, who wrote the book Freedom Writers based on her experiences teaching disadvantaged youth. (Amazon, $57)

    12. Racy mermaid

    Racy mermaid

    Photo credit: Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    For one thing, this costume is a terrible Photoshop fail. For another, mermaids have never done anything for society. Alexandra Cousteau, however, is an environmentalist who advocates for the health of our oceans. So, she's practically a mermaid. (Yandy, $200)

    And two extras just to drive our point home...

    Adorable schoolgirl

    Adorable schoolgirl

    Photo credit: Kolett/Moment/Getty images

    She's as adorable as a Bratz doll. But definitely not as adorable as your daughter, who is an actual real-life girl who goes to school. (Ali Express, $15)

    Cuddly baby

    Cuddly baby

    Photo credit: Monashee Alonso/Caiaimage/Getty images

    In real life, a cuddly baby looks like a cuddly baby. If you don't want to be some dude's disturbing fetish, this costume needs to go. (Yandy, $60)

    And on that note, Happy Halloween! Now get out there and embrace some feminism.

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    1) Bliss Multi-'Face'-eted All-In-One Anti-Aging Clay Mask (Sephora, $50)

    Bliss Multi-'Face'-eted All-In-One Anti-Aging Clay Mask

    If you're a woman with a pulse, skin aging is likely on your radar. But too often, heading down the anti-aging aisle is a work in patience, forcing you to sort through lotions and potions that promise to fight only one sign of aging. Lucky for us, the brains behind bliss spas have a clay mask that will fight all six visible signs of aging (fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, dry skin and more).

    2) Avon ANEW Vitale Eye Gel Cream (avon.com, $25) 

    Avon ANEW Vitale Eye Gel Cream

    Say bye bye to puffy, tired eyes, ladies, because they're about to become a thing of your past. This fall, we'll be relying on Avon's new hypoallergenic eye cream for its refreshing, well-rested properties. And with holiday parties coming up before we know it, we're pretty sure we'll be thankful for this little baby after some long nights.

    3) Clarisonic Sonic Radiance Brightening Solution (Ulta, $249)

     Clarisonic Sonic Radiance Brightening Solution

    The marks of breakouts past are a not so pleasant price to pay for past acne, and uneven skin tone can be a major drag. So when I heard about Clarisonic's newest innovation, the Sonic Radiance Solution, I was pretty jazzed. It includes the Aria/Mia 3 Cleansing Device with the new Radiance Brush Head, two cleansers (Skin Illuminating Cleanser and Skin Renewing Peel Wash) and the new Brightening Activator Serum to help us all get one step closer to radiant skin.

    4) Vichy ProEven Night (vichyusa.com, $48)

    Vichy ProEven Night

    Dark spots and uneven skin tone are two obnoxious skin issues we all face at one point or another. If you're not really into showing your spots, though, you can make them skedaddle with Vichy's new overnight concentrate. It works while you sleep so you don't have to do any of the heavy lifting.

    5) StriVectin TL Advanced Tightening Neck Cream (StriVectin.com, $95)

    StriVectin TL Advanced Tightening Neck Cream

    Whether you're years away from sagging and discoloration or are already starting to see some décolletage aging, it's never too early to start thinking about how your neck is going to age. StriVectin's new neck cream makes the process easy thanks to its Gravitite-CF Lifting Complex, designed to rebuild elastin fiber architecture and fight gravity, otherwise known as skin's worst enemy.

    6) Proactiv+ Skin Revitalizing Pads (discoverproactiv.com, $65)

    Proactiv+ Skin Revitalizing Pads

    Life's busy and skin pampering time is often limited, so quick and easy solutions that pack a powerful punch, like these new pads, are always welcome. This newest innovation from Proactiv+ assists with cellular turnover, reduces the signs of aging and exfoliates thanks to a powerful blend of retinol, green tea, aloe, cucumber and chamomile.

    7) Boots No7 Protect & Perfect Advanced Serum (Target, $23)

     Boots No7 Protect & Perfect Advanced Serum

    The sneaky signs of aging skin can pop up when you least expect them, so it's always best to stay one step ahead of the game. Boots' new serum is designed specifically for those annoying first signs of aging, like fine lines and wrinkles, and also moisturizes your skin to boot.

    8) JASON Naturals Smoothing Coconut 100% Organic Oil (jason-personalcare.com, $11) 

    JASON Naturals Smoothing Coconut 100% Organic Oil

    We love products that give us the most bang for our buck, and Jason's newest release does that and a whole lot more. The delicious coconut scent drew us in, but this organic oil's multitasking talents — you can use it on your face, lips, body, nails and hair — keep us coming back for more.

    9) 100% Pure Pink Grapefruit Whipped Body Butter (100percentpure.com, $22)

    100% Pure Pink Grapefruit Whipped Body Butter

    With windy, cooler days ruling the forecast, our face isn't the only skin that needs a little bit of extra attention this fall. Treat your body to a bit of TLC with 100% Pure's newest body butter, Pink Grapefruit. The delicious flavor is formulated with natural anti-aging nutrients so you'll smell great and do your body good at the same time. Score!

    10) Indie Lee Patchouli Moisturizing Oil (Anthropologie, $36)

    Indie Lee Patchouli Moisturizing Oil

    Want to hydrate your skin without all those nasty preservatives? We hear ya, girl. This season, we'll be treating our face (and our hair and body) to Indie Lee's newest moisturizing oil. It features soothing, hydrating apricot oil and anti-inflammatory sandalwood to leave your skin soft and supple.

    11) bareMinerals Spectacular Skin Set (Ulta, $58)

    bareMinerals Spectacular Skin Set

    Launching for the fall and holiday seasons, this three piece day-to-night skin care collection has a little bit of everything you need to get your skin looking flawless for prime photo-taking time. From the Purifying Facial Cleanser to the Purely Nourishing Moisturizer for Combination Skin and the bestselling Active Cell Renewal Night Serum, your skin's every issue will be covered.

    12) Amie Naturally Kind Skincare Morning Dew Moisturizer (amieskincare.com, $8)

    Amie Naturally Kind Skincare Morning Dew Moisturizer

    Love your moisturizer but hate how greasy and shiny it leaves your skin? Yeah, you're not alone. If a mattifying moisturizer is on your wish list this fall, you're in luck because we've found an affordable and natural version your skin will adore.

    More fall fashion and beauty

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