How to Dress like Beetlejuice

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Beetlejuice Costume Guide
Van Heusen Men's Poplin Fitted Dress Shirt
Rubie's Beetlejuice White Wig
Mens Solid Color Black Tie
Snazaroo Classic Face Paint
Men's Black and White Striped Pattern Suit
Beetlejuice Makeup Tutorial
Thorogood Men's 8" Side Zip Jump Boot

Best Beetlejuice Costume Guide

Dress up like the obnoxious, devious ghost Beetlejuice, played by Michael Keaton, in the 1988 hit comedy Beetlejuice by Tim Burton. Be prepared to scare away those living in your house with a Men’s Black and White Striped Pattern Suit, Van Heusen Men’s Poplin Fitted Dress Shirt, Mens Solid Color Black Tie, Rubie’s Beetlejuice White Wig, Snazaroo Classic Face Paint, and a pair of Thorogood Men’s 8″ Side Zip Jump Boot. Complete the costume for Halloween with an award-winning makeup job with a Beetlejuice Makeup Tutorial.

 

Beetlejuice Cosplay Costumes

Have you ever had the urge to dress up as the obnoxious ghost known as Beetlejuice? If so, get ready to practice your crazy antics as you prepare to put this costume together! You’ll need to locate a black and white striped suit, a fitted white dress shirt to put underneath, black combat boots and a black tie to pull it all together. You’ll need a white wig and no Beetlejuice costume would be complete without his black and white face makeup! If you’re not sure how to do it, grab some white face paint from your local costume store and search a tutorial online; there’s more than a few to choose from to give you his signature look. Also, grab a few friends dressed as Lydia or Adam to get together as a group cosplay and don’t forget to send us a few pictures of what you come up with!

About Beetlejuice

If you’re wondering what words we’d use to describe Beetlejuice, they’d most likely be crude, selfish and obnoxious. From pulling nasty tricks to almost scheming Lydia into marrying him, it’s easy to see why people aren’t fond of this ghost. Beetlejuice’s history isn’t quite known as he has a habit of fabricating a few things here and there, but it’s thought that he is a graduate of Harvard Business School and survived through the black plague. What is known though is that Beetlejuice was once an assistant to Juno but he was too troublesome and eventually left to do his own thing.

The way Beetlejuice advertises is by putting up flies and such all around and it’s one of these that the Maitlands end up seeing in order to hire him. They hire him by saying his name three times and he ends up wrecking a ton of havoc but luckily you can repeat his name three more times to just get rid of him.

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