How to Make a Face Mask Work With Your Costume This Halloween
Halloween is going to look a little different in 2020. Costumes—even low-effort, easy Halloween costumes—may require a bit more covering up than they have in the past, and we’re not talking about finding something cozier than those sexy vampire or sexy zombie costumes. Thanks to the coronavirus and COVID-19, you’ll need to wear a real cloth mask or face covering alongside the typical Halloween masks and makeup if you’re planning to trick or treat or hit up a Halloween party this October 31.
Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to work a mask into your Halloween costume during COVID, so you can still look fantastic, authentic (and maybe even sexy)—and help keep yourself and your loved ones safe. If you’re venturing out and leaving the list of things to do on Halloween at home for another time, here’s how to make your mask part of your costume.
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