Halloween – Getting Spooky with Super Kawaii Mama

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Some of you will have seen my truly terrifying Halloween outfit last night if you follow my Instagram, but here it is in all it’s tanned scary-ness!

 

After everyone started saying nice things about it, I decided to make it even a bit trashier and go even bigger on the hair and make it Jersey Shore meets Kardashian style!

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It really freaks me out looking at myself like this and even my Mum had trouble talking to me!¬†Thanks to all of you who helped vote in this option as my Halloween look; it was hilarious, but sadly no-one in the public complimented me on my costume, only the kids! The humid weather meant my hair got bigger and bigger till I looked like a trailer trash train wreck at the end of the night. Mr. SKM didn’t recognise me when he came to meet us!

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Thanks to my Dad for these candid Trick or Treating shots.

There’s been a lot of conversation on whether we should celebrate Halloween here in Australia, but in my family we’re for it. Probably because we’ll take any occasion to get into costume and do things on theme. The girls had an absolute blast and the thought of getting to wear their outfits on the street has been a highlight of the last few months. Miss 8 is currently obsessed with Pokemon so I decided to make her a full body Pikachu costume. It turns out it was a little tricker than I expected, but without a pattern it took close to 4-5 hours all up. I still managed to get the legs a little too short, but the good intentions were there.

My Mum and Dad put together a great little Halloween party for us all, where my dad used his ever inventive skills by creating spooky “Halloween Oranges”, and my brother’s girlfriend (who’s used to celebrating in the USA) brought a pumpkin she’d carved herself!

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We had a fantastic time with two very happy little girls and I couldn’t wait to get that makeup off!

So pretty scary or what?!

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Specialty Vintage Stylist, Blogger, and Presenter; Candice DeVille has been writing Super Kawaii Mama since early 2008. Based in Melbourne, Australia, she's always in search of the next glamorous adventure. Bringing you vintage style, glamour and inspiration for the 21st Century.
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8 Comments

  1. How Lovely! So nice that you celebrated such a fun holiday! Kudos to you and your family! Glad to see your girlies had a blast-mine did too. Thats what its all about right?? Happy Halloween!! xox
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  2. Natalie (extralargeaslife) /

    WOW! It’s amazing the power of make up, you look so different! I have to say, I much prefer the everyday Kawaii Mama, but you can totally pull off this look!

  3. maria osullivan /

    Wow, I had seen the close up on facebook but it was great to see the whole outfit. Those black pants and boots, my word! Well done on going to so much effort, you looked great. You put a smile on my face today.

  4. FeministKilljoy /

    It really blows that my skin color is considered trashy. What happened to when people would dress up as something that wasn’t overtly offensive? Thanks for making it easy for me to unfollow your blog – my skin color nor my hair is trashy and this was a poor choice. Look at what you’re teaching your kids and followers – don’t trust those people with darker skin and different hair – they’re just nasty.

    • Super Kawaii Mama /

      Feminist Killjoy: You’ve missed the point entirely. It’s nothing to do with general skin colour or big hair (which you’ll note I often wear), it’s about emulating a fashion trend (too much heavy orange makeup on pale skin combined with big hair) that isn’t my usual and doesn’t suit me. It’s the poor witches I feel sorry for. Look how they are portrayed at this time of year. Now that would blow.

  5. The most scary thing is you actually managed to look like KK !

  6. Hey! great look, by teh way love your blog! and I must say it inspired my Halloween celebration! wich you can see here http://comorubioenelagua.blogspot.com.es/2012/11/halloween-in-fifties.html
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  7. OMG the costume is flawless. You DON’T look anything like YOU. It’s crazy good. So good that I think people thought it WASN’T a costume (which is why they didn’t comment).

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