Dia de los Muertos is the much more meaningful Mexican holiday that many Americans compare with Halloween because of it's nefarious imagery and it's inclusion of delicious sugar skulls. In this video you'll learn how to combine the two by dressing as a Dia de los Muertos sugar skull for Halloween.
El Dia de los Muertos is a very colorful Spanish holiday which takes place on November 2nd, All Soul's Day. The festival involves bringing food and other goods to your dead relatives' graves and spending the night praying and remembering them. It's often a very communal, spiritual ritual that's also a fun activity for the whole family.
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Get yourself ready to celebrate the Day of the Dead by transforming your face into a traditional sugar skull. Show your spirit with this dramatic and attention grabbing look. A beautiful application of makeup with tremendous style. Perfect for Halloween costumes.
El Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a holiday celebrated on November 2nd in Mexico and by Mexican Americans that commemorates the spirits of those who have died. The celebration consists of bringing your loved ones a dish they liked and sometimes decorating their graves with flowers and flags.
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El Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is, despite what its name may imply, not a spooky holiday. The Mexican celebration takes place two days after Halloween, on November 2nd, and involves visiting the graves of your loved ones and communing with them through "shared" food.
Sugar skulls, or "calaveras de azucar," are used to celebrate El dia de los Muertos, in honor of deceased friends and family. This video tutorial shows how to make sugar skulls with basic household ingredients. Once you've shaped the mixture into a skull shape, decorate and design with food coloring to suit your personal taste.
Tips for decorating Day of the Dead sugar skulls in this free video series about el dia de los muertos decorations.
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Day of the Dead, or Día de Muertos, is a Mexican holiday celebrated on November 1 or 2 each year to honor the dead. It's often lumped in with Halloween, and while some people do dress up in costumes, the day is much more focused on remembering the lives of friends and family members who have passed. People who are unfamiliar with the holiday sometimes consider one of its most pervasive symbols, the sugar skull, rather morbid. And special makeup effects artist Rick Baker is no stranger to the ...
Skull, or calavera, makeup is an obvious choice for Halloween, since Día de Muertos (aka Día de los Muertos or simply Day of the Dead) starts on the very same day, Oct. 31. They are very intricate designs that resemble the decorated sugar skulls that take over the Mexican holiday.
Our national month-long celebration of all things creepy and crawly comes to a climax on Wednesday with Halloween and will end with Día de Muertos on Friday, so now is the ideal time for the The New York Times to publish a mildly chilling augmented reality story for children.
Meet Monkey. Monkey is a sock puppet who likes to cook. In honor of this year's upcoming Dia de los Muertos (November 2nd), Monkey has prepared simple instructions for whipping up a batch of homemade sugar skulls. If you'd rather learn from a person, rather than a stuffed animal, Angela of MexicanSugarSkull.com offers more detailed instructions.
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