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By on October 16, 2016

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Halloween is among us and that means it’s time to pick out costumes. This is one of my favorite times of the year. Getting dressed up is so much fun and can be easy and cheap too. Sandy is always an awesome character to be for halloween and here is why. One, she has two different personalities, the good Sandy and the bad Sandy which gives you options. Two, you can be a couple costume and have the guy/girl go as Danny or one guy/girl be good Sandy and the other be bad Sandy. Three, Sandy is hot.

So If you want to know how to get this look, here it is. First of all it is easy enough to ensemble this look with pieces you may already have or may reuse in the future. If you want to get her exact look find a pair of high waisted leather/liquid textured black pants. Any off the shoulder black shirt or body suite will work with any black belt and any red shoes. If you want to keep it within your closet then any black jeans and pretty much any black shoe would work too. Taking a short sleeve shirt and cutting the neck line to make it off the shoulder is a quick way to get this look as well. And there it’s as simple as that. You have yourself a bad sandy costume.

As you can see her hair is some kind of super crazy curly. Unless your blessed with naturally curly hair, achieving that look is hard to do. I gave it a good faith effort but, my hair is too long and thick to stay that curly. I would recommend using a very thing curling iron and pinning each curl up to cool. Or for a heatless option, twist small sections of hair until it wraps around itself and forms a bun, then sleep with them in over night and release them in the morning. Pin one side of you hair, add some red lip stick and your good to go.

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    Roby

    January 13, 2017

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      January 16, 2017

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