There’s only one more day till Halloween, and all the ghosts and goblins will be out in the night! Is your costume ready yet? Perhaps you are going treat-or-treating with the kiddos, or maybe you’re staying home to hand out the treats, but either way, if you don’t already have a costume, here are some cute cat costumes you could wear. Most are easy as pumpkin pie to whip up, just grab some black clothes and your makeup bag!
Nothing complicated about this costume. Just grab some black clothes out of your closet, add makeup, ears, and nails, and you’ll have a great Halloween look! There’s a tutorial that goes with this look, if you need it. Just click the following source link.
And for all these costumes, if you don’t have the time to make the ears, don’t worry, there’s a neat trick you’ll see below.
Ears, makeup, little black dress. But it’s the body paint that turns this cat into a tiger!
Easy to do, just add makeup and ears! Great if you already have black hair and brown eyes. Contacts and hair dye or a wig for those of us who don’t come by it naturally? Maybe, but of course, you don’t have to be a BLACK cat.
Here’s A Couple of Cute Ideas For Your “Claws”
These black cat nails would even be cute for the kiddos.
Grrrrrr! These cat “claws” would put a great finishing touch on any cat costume!
This Cheshire Cat look is a very less scary version of the zombie look that is so popular now, although some of the little ones might not agree.
This costume goes all out for that crazy wildcat look. This look was done by a professional makeup service, but we could do something somewhat similar ourselves, couldn’t we?
Simple makeup, and the spooky finishing touch – cat contacts!
An very elegant cat, with a black fake fur piece around her neck and bejeweled “collar”!
Here’s One For The Guys
Who else, Grumpy Cat! Of course, guys can be all kinds of cats, too. All you need is some black pants, black shirt or tee, and some cat makeup. And ears. And in this case, a permanent frown.
Here’s another version of Grumpy Cat. This would be super simple to do, it just some brown makeup and shading, but your face might get tired of maintaining that frown!
This is Heidi Klum’s look. She’s gone all out and it’s well done! Notice her collar and her red-rimmed contacts. And those teeth. And she’s got great Kittens Whiskers!
Wow, you can almost hear this big cat purring! This makeup job would take a while to do, but again, it’s just makeup and ears.
Here’s A Couple For The Kiddos
This is a cute and easy makeup job for a young kitten’s costume
Here’s The Easy Ear Trick
Pipe cleaners, braids, and the simplest of makeup makes such an adorable kitty cat! And for those of you who don’t want to make ears like the ones shown in most of the other costumes, these would require no sewing or gluing!
Here’s A Few For The Babies
Awww, cute as a newborn kitten! This little cat hat even comes with instructions on how to add the ears, if you need them. Just click the (source) link.
This baby cat costume is made from a track suit and fake fur, and you can find the instructions on the source page (click the link right after this). But we think you could make an easier version with some simple black clothes (pajamas, onsie and tights, etc) and then just add the tail and ears.
Here’s another look at this costume, cat tail and all!
These babies are just too cute! A cute cat face, with glowing green eyes, has been added to this black onsie, plus ears for this little tyke. Instructions are available for this one, too.
So now you have lots of ideas for a quick and easy cat costume you can wear tomorrow! Stay safe, check your candy, and have a Happy Halloween. And please, be sure to keep your real cats inside on Halloween!