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How to have a safe Halloween

Hello everyone! Happy Halloween! Halloween is a fun-filled time for kids and adults. These safety tips for parents, children and homeowners will help keep everyone safe this Halloween night. For parents: Make or buy costumes in light-coloured material that is easy to see at night.  Place strips of reflective tape on the back and front of costumes and the trick-or-treat bag, so drivers can better see your child. Only buy costumes labelled flame-retardant. If you make your costume, use nylon or polyester materials, which are flame-retardant. Put your child’s name, address and phone number on their costume. Costumes and shoes should fit properly to prevent trips and falls. Make sure wigs and beards don't cover your kids' eyes, noses, or mouths. Masks make it hard for children to see what’s around them, including cars. Try hypoallergenic, non-toxic makeup instead. Don't use coloured or decorative contact lenses. Make sure that any props your kids carry, such as wands or swords,

Three (3) days till Halloween 🎃

Hello everyone! Halloween is only three days away. I posted plenty of Halloween-related content in the past weeks, as I've been doing year after year. Below you will find a collection of some Halloween posts I know you will like!  First, if you are still not ready for Monday's holiday, read this: Ten (10) ways to get in the Halloween spirit I divided the articles into different categories, so you can easily find what you are looking for. (Links below) Costume ideas: Outfit inspiration (Halloween edition) - The Little Mermaid Outfit inspiration (Halloween edition) - Where's Wally? (Waldo) Outfit inspiration (Halloween edition) - Wednesday Addams Last-minute Halloween costume | Rosie The Riveter Nail art ideas: Nails Of The Day (NOTD): Jack-o'-lantern Nails Of The Day (NOTD): A bloody Halloween Makeup ideas: Halloween makeup ideas for kids and adults Calavera (aka sugar skull) makeup How to remove Halloween makeup Trick or Treating A healthier Halloween  🎃 🍭🍫🍬 Trick o

Weekly recap 10 - 16 October

Hello everyone! It's finally Sunday again; this week has been more hectic than usual. For this reason, I only managed to publish two articles instead of the usual three. Unfortunately, I missed my Friday post. Both of the blog posts I did publish were Halloween-themed, but do not worry! This week, I'm planning to write lifestyle and skincare-related blog posts.  Now let's summarise this past week's post on  Cosette's Beauty Pantry... On Monday, I wrote a Halloween-related post and shared some ideas to help you get in the right mood for this holiday. Then, on Wednesday, I listed ten 2022 scary or spooky TV shows you can binge-watch this October. Binge-watching a creepy or spine-chilling show is also a great way to prep for Halloween. (links below)   Links: October 10, 2022 -  Ten (10) ways to get in the Halloween spirit October 12, 2022 -  Ten (10) 2022 scary shows to binge-watch this Halloween season Click here to read more Halloween posts.  I hope you are all havi

Ten (10) 2022 scary shows to binge-watch this Halloween season

Hello everyone! Halloween is just around the corner, and what better way to spend the spooky season than watching some  horror TV shows ? Even though horror movies have always been a Halloween staple this year, horror TV shows are very prominent. In this post, I want to share some spooky series that are perfect to binge-watch during these gloomy autumn days. Though some shows are not my cup of tea, I still want to incorporate them into this list since many of you will surely enjoy them.  1. Shining Vale A dysfunctional family moves from the city to a cursed house in a small town. Nobody appears to suspect anything strange except for Pat. But soon, the terrors haunting the house become real. 2. Let the Right One In A 12-year-old girl who lives a closed-in life after turning into a vampire, only able to go out at night. Her father does his best to supply her with the human blood she needs to survive. 3. The Midnight Club  The show follows a group of eight terminally ill patients who begi