Everyone knows that the best part about Halloween is having an excuse to show your smart side with a smart and simple costume idea—bonus points if it doesn’t cost a lot of money. And when it comes to being trendy, nothing beats BeReal, the social media platform that encourages authenticity, which is why there’s no better way to showcase your consummate skills in the fashion industry than with a nod to the everyone-talking app. It may sound like a challenge, but these five DIY BeReal Halloween costumes are quick and easy to pull off, and they won’t break the bank either.
In case you need a refresher, BeReal notifies users at a random time each day to capture and post a picture of what they look like – and what they see – without using any filters or effects. It’s a true no-frills way to social media, and whether you want to ditch your costume planning, or find yourself looking for a last-minute look that still turns heads, BeReal-inspired Halloween costumes have got you covered. From the memorable “It’s BeReal Time” notification that goes off once a day, to the front and rear cameras that snap a photo at the same time, there are plenty of ways you can show your love for the popular app in the form of a Halloween costume. The best part is that everyone will think you spent a lot more time (and money) on these costumes than you actually did.
Although this DIY look is super easy, you may need a little imagination to see the vision~. If you’re up to the challenge, here’s what you’ll need.
Halloween Costumes BeReal . Notification
Turn yourself into a BeReal notice on the walk with some black clothes and exclamation mark stickers.
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If you like your costumes to have an air of mystery, you can stop there and keep your guests guessing. If you want to make your costume more visible, feel free to include the message “It’s time to be real” on your shirt.
Or, if you want to bring the “spooky nerve” back to the spooky season, you can also put a spooky spin on the BeReal alert with a phrase like “It’s BeEvil time” or “It’s BeScared time.” All you need to pull this off is a themed mask, a black jumpsuit, or something that you can easily print your parody notice on with fabric paint, Like a simple black shirt and leggings.
BeReal RealMoji Halloween Costume
One of the most fun features BeReal has to offer is RealMojis, which let you reply to a photo with a photo of yourself recreating one of six reactions – thumbs up, happy, shocked, heart-eyes, laughter, or random. But in order to interact with an image, you have to take your RealMoji first. This is where the outfit comes in.
To pull this off, you’ll need a *large* piece of poster board, a ruler, scissors, and lots of stickers. Once you gather your supplies, measure the size of your head, and cut as many holes as big as you like (although the more RealMojis, the better). Next, you’ll need to crack some emoji stickers, because underneath each hole is a sticker for a different Emoji – so you know which ones pop your head when you feel that ~emotion~. Once that’s done, you’re ready to start making some realistic RealMojis.
With many options, You can change how you feel throughout the night by switching between Realmojis, or make it an interactive group costume with all of your best friends claiming RealMoji.
Halloween costume for the camera by BeReal
You can’t have a BeReal costume without recreating the dual cameras and the back image. Then again, showing the world how you look and what you are looking at at the same time is not easy. But stay with me on this one, because I think I broke the code.
In order to pull this off, you’ll need a selfie stick to take a frontal photo, while also wearing a mirror that can hang around your neck, like this Dahey Gold Hexagon Mirror from Amazon. I know, I know, it sounds like a stretch, but it’s pretty much the only way to recreate the BeReal Camera effect without making it too complicated. Oh, and don’t worry—the mirror weighs just 1.21 pounds.
BeReal App Halloween Costume
You can even combine all of these ideas into one huge BeReal costume by attaching a BeReal alert to your shirt, and cutting a hole big enough for your head in a piece of construction paper. For this outfit, the selfie stick should be used as the back camera so you can capture whatever you’re looking at, and don’t forget to include some emoji stickers at the bottom so others can reply to your BeReal.
No matter which of these ideas you choose, your Halloween costume is sure to be amazing.
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