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35 Halloween costume ideas inspired by myths, legends and fairy tales
Each year, the Halloween costume craze has reached new heights of creativity and of course, brings a lot of desperation for those who have no idea how they should dress. If you are tired of vampires and zombies costumes, then we have compiled 35 ideas for Halloween costumes that are inspired by the myths, legends and fairy tales. If you recognize the essential features of nature, you can also combine the accessories and makeup.
Halloween Costume Ideas - Greek Mythology
Medusa with snake hair
Greek mythology gives rise to many legendary figures, gods and evil hybrids. Let your imagination run wild and think about the different parts and accessories that you can combine the body.
Hydra - Many headed monster
Cerberus - Cerberus
Chimera - a hybrid creature with three heads and the head of a snake for a tail
Harpies - Women with bird wings
Mermaid - a beautiful woman with a fish's tail, which attracted passing vessels with their song
Sphinx - monster with wings - head and chest of a woman and the body of a lion
Manticore - a mythical creature with the body of a lion, the wings of a dragon and the tail of a scorpion
Minotaur - a mythical creature with a human body and a bull's head
Centaur - combination of man and horse
Scylla - sea monster with the upper body of a woman and an abdomen of six dogs
Satyr or Faun
Halloween Costume Ideas - Nordic Mythology
Basilisk - the king snakes
Colored body paint, multiple hands, flower garlands and Indian symbols - and the brand of Indian gods. Hanuman, Ganesha, Kali, Durga, Brahma and Vinschu are some of the main gods of 133 Indians.
Horus - the god of light and protector / Anubis - God of the dead rituals
Thoth - God of the moon and Science
Mummy mummy bandages
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