How to Dress Like a Zombie School Girl

Written by ehow holidays & celebrations editor | 13/05/2017

A zombie school girl costume lets you dress sexy and scary during Halloween. You can find clothes for the costume at thrift stores or consignment shops. Makeup helps pull the costume together and can range from blood and gore to pretty colors and glitter. Here is how to put together the costume.

Things you need

  • White shirt

  • Cardigan

  • Plaid skirt

  • Stockings

  • Saddle shoes or Mary Janes

  • Fake blood

  • Face makeup

  • Glitter gel

Get a collared, button-down, white shirt; a pleated, plaid skirt; a cardigan with an emblem on the pocket if possible; a pair of fishnets or thigh high stockings and a pair of saddle shoes or Mary Janes.

Soak the shirt, sweater and skirt with fake blood in different spots. Rip or cut the shirt in a couple of different places. Get the stockings and shoes dirty, scuffed and slightly bloody, too.

Wear your hair in a messy ponytail, using strong hold hairspray to help the hair stick up and look matted in some spots. If your hair isn't long enough for a ponytail, shake your hands through it to mess it up and spray with hairspray.

Paint your face white and use black eyeliner and mascara around your eyes. Shade your cheekbones black and apply black or red lipstick.

Go for the gory, zombie schoolgirl look with fake blood dribbling from your mouth and down your face. Draw on fake stitches and use plastic props that look like a slit throat or slit wrists.

Glam up your zombie school girl costume with glitter gel, glitter hairspray and colorful eye shadow.

Warnings

  • Don't just use white makeup and black eyeliner or you'll look more goth than zombie.

Tips and Warnings

  • Don't just use white makeup and black eyeliner or you'll look more goth than zombie.

Things you need

  • White shirt
  • Cardigan
  • Plaid skirt
  • Stockings
  • Saddle shoes or Mary Janes
  • Fake blood
  • Face makeup
  • Glitter gel

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