It’s that time of year ago where many are searching for costumes. Our Inside Out Family Costumes were the choice for the Harvest Party we went to last year. I have always enjoyed dressing up, and we have often done a family themed costume. Just check out the fun ideas we have done in the past by clicking here, here, here, here and here. OK. Yes. We go a little overboard, but it’s so much fun!
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Inside Out Family Costumes
My husband was Fear. We used the Paradise AQ Face and Body Makeup kit with 8 colors for his face color. The headband we adapted from some butterfly antennas we had. He wore one of his own white shirts, gray slacks, maroon bow tie, and we found this v-neck sweater on EBay. I found this vneck argyle sweater vest that could work on Amazon.
My oldest daughter was Disgust. She did a great job playing the part. We bought a Disgust costume and the green face make up was found in the Paradise AQ Face and Body Makeup kit with 8 colors. We found bright pink lipstick also.
After painting my body blue to be Smurfette in college, I never thought I would do it again. However, having an affinity for costumes and being assigned the roll of Sadness made me change my mind. For this costume I also used the Paradise AQ Face and Body Makeup kit with 8 colors. I also bought blue lipstick. The big white turtleneck sweater was found at Goodwill, but I have linked to one that would work on Amazon. I also had blue leggings. The blue Sadness wig can also be found on Amazon. I had some Harry Potter glasses to use.
My little guy was Anger, and we found this Anger costume to make it happen. It’s absolutely the opposite of his personality, so it was quite ironic.
I think you’ll love this YouTube make-up tutorial for Inside Out characters:
It was a another fun dress up year for our family. I hope you are inspired by our Inside Out Family Costumes.