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Last Updated on December 21, 2022 by Canny Costumes
Mad Hatter Halloween costumes are a popular choice for both adults and children. The Mad Hatter is a character from Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. These costumes pair amazingly with someone dressed as Alice or with a group that’s all from Wonderland. Here are some elements of the Mad Hatter’s madness to look as amazing at your next costume party as great as your last “unbirthday!”
How Do You Dress as the Mad Hatter?
He is known for his distinctive hat, which is often adorned with a large bow. For a Mad Hatter costume, you will need a hat (of course), a jacket or waistcoat, trousers, and some makeup. The Mad Hatter is also known for his eccentric personality, so don’t be afraid to add your personal touches to the costume.
How Do You Make the Mad Hatter’s Hat?
First, start by measuring your head. You’ll need to cut a piece of fabric that’s long enough to wrap around your head and wide enough to cover your ears. Once you have your fabric, fold it in half lengthwise and sew the long side together. Attach a piece of card stock with a “10/6” written on it. Add some embellishments like ribbons, bows, or other trimmings to give your hat a unique look.
How Do You Make a Mad Hatter Suit?
First up, you can sew some lace onto the lapels of an old blazer before spray painting it with different shades. Add trim to each sleeve and waistline for extra flair – just make sure that whatever material is being used has durability so as not to cause any damage during these steps!
Next time your favorite pair of jeans come out looking too boring (or if they don’t exist yet), grab masking tape in one color/shade combo to give it more vibrancy in pinstripes across the entire front.
How Do I Do Mad Hatter’s Makeup?
To get the perfect, lit-from-within glow apply a light foundation on your face. I used several thin layers to achieve brighter colors and blend where they meet with an elf brush (or any clean one). Then dust some white chrome powder along both eyes’ corners for extra sparkle! theorist blush should be applied right next door near cheekbones as well; don’t forget about sweeping it slightly below meet at the hairline level.