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How To Make a Witch Costume Less Cliché: Have a Prosthetics Artist For a Dad


Bryan Silva is a professional artist and sculptor, whose eleven-year-old daughter wanted to go as a witch for Halloween this year. Luckily, he knew just how to augment a black pointy had and a broomstick. With a terrifying facial transformation. And apparently this was just a test. After trying on the prosthetic, the family went out to buy the rest of the costume… without removing it.

Halloween. You’re doing it right. Here’s a before pic of Ms. Silva below.

(via Fashionably Geek.)

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003037095323 Jerilyn Nighy

    Remember the Burning Times.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Crystal-Hill/100002381892291 Crystal Hill

    Ugh. Why do they always have to go with the stereotype ugly witch? Happy little pagan is offended. Cool makeup, but we witches are not ugly monsters. Want to dress like a witch (outside of our day-to-day, look like everyone else on the planet style)? Think free-flowing, fluttery, glittery clothes. Natural fibers and lots of jewelry with stars and moons are good. Think sparkly Hippy. And remember, boys can be witches, too. You don’t have to wear black. Be colorful! Purples are always popular with the magical set.

  • Carmen Sandiego

    I think implying that all or most witches are conventionally attractive and subscribe to a sparkly Hippy personal style is just as bad as implying all witches are conventionally ugly.