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"Perhaps he'll make his special brew
It's finally starting to get cold outside here in Georgia, so I've been craving warm comfort food. I can't remember when the idea of making snake and spider stew popped into my head, but with beef chuck for spiders and egg noodles for snakes, this stew is perfect for a Halloween meal.
Need a way to pull together a Disney costume in no time at all? Take a look at these easy cosplays for October 31st! Many of the options from Polyvore are super expensive, but cheaper alternatives can always be found.
For a darker twist, Maleficent is a great choice! You can be inspired by the original cartoon or the new movie, and all you need is a wealth of black.
Clothes: A long dark dress works perfectly for Maleficent, but you could pull off a black top and pants as well. If you can work in some feathers on the top (like the jacket above), that will go the extra mile. Easy black shoes, simple black jewelry, and a headband (or some horns if you can find them) will round it out.
Hair: Maleficent works with any hair color, but a dark brown is best. Either style in an elegant updo or just leave your hair curled.
Makeup: A smoky eye is the obvious choice, with lots of highlighting for your cheekbones and a nice red lip. Dark red or black nails are perfect.
Need some inspiration for your Disney-themed Halloween costume? Check out these amazing Disney cosplays!
Kat Shambaugh: photographer, graphic designer, wannabe Disney princess. Computational Media major at the Georgia Institute of Technology.