18 DIY Halloween Headpieces
It can be really fun to make your own Halloween costume, but it can also be really time consuming and hard. If you want all the fun of a DIY costume without too much stress, a headpiece might be the way to go. A well designed hat or headband can match with something you already have in your closet to make an elaborate costume all on its own. This is also great for a last minute costume.
1. Beehive Hair
You only need your hair and a few other items to make this beehive 'do from Flax and Twine. Pair it with a yellow or beige outfit to complete the look.
The most important part of a witches costume is the hat. This headband from Eighteen 25 gives you a super cute, but not obnoxious hat that you can pair with any black dress you already have for a full costume.
3. Bat Headband
This headband from Andrea's Notebook is great for a bat costume or a general Halloween outfit. Make some quick and simple wings to go with it and you'll have everything you need to be a bat in the night.
The great thing about this cuckoo clock hat from The Merrythought is that it will be totally unique. Wear vintage type clothes to complete the look.
This Halloween top hat from Craftaholic's Anonymous is great for both men and women and will totally match up with tons of Halloween costumes.
Pairing animal ears with a regular outfit and calling it a costume is a time honored Halloween tradition. These cat ears from Trinkets in Bloom are sure to be unlike any others.
Frida Kahlo is such a distinct figure, which makes this costume from My Poppet Makes super easy. Anyone who has art history knowledge will immediately recognize the headband paired with a unibrow.
8. Brain Cap
This costume from Makezine is gruesome and gory but oh so easy. You can pair it with literally any outfit and your costume will be complete.
Go as a spider for Halloween simply by draping yourself with all kinds of spider web accessories. This headband from Delia Creates is a great place to start.
10. Unicorn Headband
A unicorn is such an easy costume to pull off. Simply pair this headband from One O with any soft colored outfit and you'll have a Halloween costume everyone will love.
You can be a fairy queen with this crown from Lia Griffith. Wear your favorite dress and some gold accessories.
12. Spider Crown
Want to be the king or queen of Halloween? This spider crown from Delia Creates can help you achieve it! It can be made in only a matter of minutes.
13. Mermaid Tiara
Who doesn't want to be a mermaid? This crown from Debi's Design Diary is a great first step to creating the perfect mermaid costume. Wear pants that flair at the bottom to pass as a tail.
14. Leaf Crown
You can be a woodland fairy or a gorgeous tree nymph with this leaf crown from The Clickin Moms Blog. As an added bonus you can probably get away with wearing this crown on Thanksgiving too.
15. Mini Witch Hat
This mini witch's hat from Make it and Love it is the perfect accessory for a mini witch. It will be an instantly recognizable costume that takes only minutes to make.
16. Spider Headpiece
This spider headpiece from Marino Bambinos is great for so many different dark costumes. What you tell people you're dressed up is completely up to you.
17. Clay Cat Ears
If you want more realistic cat ears for your costume, these from Minted Strawberry are the perfect fit. They are made from clay and fit snuggly on every head.
Every fairy princess needs a golden flower tiara. This one from Northstory is super easy to make and can be worn with any number of Halloween costumes.