Easy Halloween Makeup Tutorial Compilation / Weird Makeup Ideas / Body Paint Illusions

Easy Halloween Makeup Tutorial Compilation / Weird Makeup Ideas / Body Paint Illusions

Halloween is celebrated every year on October 31st, and with it comes excitement for everyone. There are the parties, the decorations, the celebrations, the laughter and, of course, the costumes. Whether you consider Halloween scary or humorous or maybe a little bit of both, we all agree that it is a joyful holiday. The popularity and participation seem to grow every year. Originally a party just for kids, Halloween has become everyone’s party. Adults spend more time and money each year preparing for this great day. In fact, Halloween is quickly becoming an acceptable holiday rather than a one-day activity. Halloween has gained in popularity and is being kept up with Christmas along the line. With all the hustle and bustle of party preparations, costume designs, and decorations, the question arises as to whether Halloween shouldn’t be declared a national holiday. Halloween is a day of fun, and closing down federal and state buildings, businesses, offices, and schools might not be such a bad idea.

Halloween dates back to a ritual to honor the dead more than 2000 years ago. Originally called All Saints’ Eve, it falls on the last day of the Celtic calendar, which of course is October 31. It is also the eve of All Saints’ Day, a Christian holiday in honor of the saints. Over the centuries, there have been many traditions that revolve around All Saints’ Eve. These Halloween traditions differed greatly among the many cultures that celebrated it. The tradition of giving is a derivation of the Celts, who believed that the souls of the dead roamed the streets at night. Many of the souls and spirits were considered unfriendly, the gifts and treats were left out to appease the wicked, to give health to the people in their family, and to ensure that the following year’s harvest was plentiful. This custom eventually evolved into the present door-to-door trick or treat, with children dressed as ghosts and elves waiting anxiously from the doorway to receive the treats.

Commercially, the United States far surpasses any other nation in selling Halloween costumes, Halloween decorations, party goods, and other Halloween-themed merchandise. Although it is difficult to determine exact sales figures for this holiday, some analysts conservatively estimate that Halloween could catch up in terms of dollars spent annually at some point during the holiday season. In the past, it is estimated that up to five billion dollars were spent during the last Halloween season, still behind other holidays such as Mother and Father’s Day and religious holidays such as Easter. As for future growth, enthusiasm for Halloween, especially among adult consumers, is spending itself.

Especially store decorations can be expensive. Some Halloween merchants even go so far as to sell full-sized coffins and life-sized, animated, robot-like figures. These realistic accessories can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Combine this kind of Halloween excitement with selling national costumes, and the numbers can add up very quickly and continue to grow even in a slowing economy. This commercial explosion is a far cry from the last few decades when local retailers carried a few select costumes in cookie jars, some Halloween candy, and some plastic pumpkins for booty. The only thing missing at this point would be a kind of large-scale gift exchange tradition, which is the common denominator for promoting retail sales during the holidays.

Overall, the possibility of declaring Halloween a national holiday remains a chimera for Halloween enthusiasts. At the time of writing, no formal application has been made and my research indicates that no organization has taken the initiative to even begin this process. Commercial success alone is not sufficient to achieve national holiday status. Halloween seems to be nothing more than a day (or night) of fun for kids and adults who want to celebrate this ancient tradition in their own way.

Subscribe Here: https://goo.gl/KM3Axw
8 DIY Giant Candy vs Miniature Candy / Giant Gummy Worm: https://youtu.be/YxhKak5OmP8?list=PLy0LaulZe0vRyRDcwVaqbvnbSqhSQNtS-
Is Halloween right around the corner? Then quickly pick out a spooky look for a party! Will you turn into a puppet? Or will you add a third eye? Choose the creepiest Halloween makeup in our new video!

Supplies and tools:
• Eyeshadow
• Facepaint
• Makeup brushes
• Black eyeliner
• Mascara
• Blush
• Face powder
• White lip liner
• False lashes
• Lash glue
• EOS lip balm
• Granulated beeswax
• Liquid makeup coloring
• Modeling tool
• Avocado oil
• Black mica powder
• Red liquid lipstick
• Light clay
• Utility knife
• Acrylic paints
• Sponge

Music:
This is Halloween Dubstep Style by TheJakeLeeProject! is licensed under a Creative Commons 3.0 Unported License.
Source: https://soundcloud.com/thejakeleeproject/this-is-halloween-dubstep

Watch More Troom Troom:
Popular Videos:
14 Weird Ways To Sneak Food Into Class / Back To School Pranks: https://youtu.be/W5p2ndS34vA
18 Funny Pranks! Prank Wars! https://youtu.be/yWazGzCNtJ4
11 DIY Edible Makeup Ideas/11 Funny Pranks: https://youtu.be/kewz3hF63Xo
17 Weird Ways To Sneak Makeup Into Class: https://youtu.be/bvhBIsmzhwE
Gummy Food vs Real Food Challenge! https://youtu.be/jBIG6GsQcq8

Popular Playlists:
Funny Pranks: https://goo.gl/hi5TWw
Back to School: https://goo.gl/J5fhDt
Life Hacks: https://goo.gl/Bcd7KW
Beauty And Makeup Hacks: https://goo.gl/Rqpxqg
Home Décor: https://goo.gl/Rh88EL

Follow Troom Troom:
Subscribe: https://goo.gl/KM3Axw
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/troomtroom/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/troomhands
Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/troomtroom/

Troom Troom Español:
Subscribe: https://goo.gl/RL3cF2

Troom Troom Française:
Subscribe: https://goo.gl/1LHrhX

Troom Troom Russian:
Subscribe: https://goo.gl/kLx8qK

Troom Troom Deutsch:
Subscribe: https://goo.gl/qoFyJ4

Troom Troom Chinese:
Subscribe: https://goo.gl/T9B6oF

Troom Troom Português:
Subscribe: https://goo.gl/Z6vdNC

Troom Troom Japanese:
Subscribe: https://goo.gl/x3V8HH

About Troom Troom:
Easy DIY “how-to” video tutorials. DIY Accessories, Scrapbooking Cards, Home Décor, Make Up Tutorials, Life Hacks, and MUCH more! Make it easy!

For any business enquires please contact me at troomtroomdiy@gmail.com

Question of the Day: what Halloween makeup did you like the most? Comment Below!

Don’t forget to turn on notifications, like, & subscribe!