PHOTOS: Local celebrities’ Halloween looks for home parties this 2020

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PHOTOS: Local celebrities’ Halloween looks for home parties this 2020
PHOTOS: Local celebrities’ Halloween looks for home parties this 2020

Halloween might not be widely celebrated in Singapore but it certainly did not deter some local celebrities from dressing up and having a blast at home or with friends. Here is a compilation of some of the looks that you can pencil in for your next dress-up party (of five, for now), or even be an inspiration for the 2021’s edition.

No bars and clubs? Not an issue for actress-model Fiona Fussi. Hosting a mini house party with five other friends including presenter Sonia Chew, the group dressed up as emo-goth dolls, adhering to the government’s five guests requirement under Phase 2.

Rather than a party, Fann Wong and her son, Zed, opt for a skeleton onesie, posing for photos from the comfort of their home. Simple, fuss-free, but yet getting into the spooky mood.

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Actor Ayden Sng wrapped up his studio shoot with an impromptu Halloween makeup by his team. Tissue, foundation, and lipstick helped to create this bruised look, getting into the Halloween mood using what he had on hand.

Shuttling between Singapore and the United States, singer Nat Ho shared a Halloween photoshoot he did, dressed as an eerie scarecrow. Nat had even come up with a chilling story of how the scarecrow came about in his captions.

Veteran actress Chen Xiu Huan donned a yellow dress and styled up her hair, transforming into an auspicious pineapple for Halloween. The actress had a small party at home with her family and had even dressed up as a witch before Halloween to make a spooky jelly cake.

Comedian-host Michelle Tay decides to be what her nickname, Yi Da Li, literally meaning a big ball of something, stood for — a donut! Michelle had made the donut get-up herself, talk about being talented!

Residing in Taiwan, Singaporean actress Yvonne Lim and husband Alex Tien threw a home party, dressed up as characters from Alice in Wonderland as a family. Without restrictions on gathering, the party hosted various celebrities such as Alyssa Chia, Fish Leong, and Vivian Hsu.

Instead of dressing up, some celebrities, such as Desmond Koh, had also opted to use Instagram filters to get into the spooky mood.

Without the usual buzz for Halloween parties, the 2020’s edition seemed to be dampened by the pandemic, with clubs and bars remaining closed in Phase 2. Hopefully, the pandemic will be under controlled, and we will get a spookier, louder Halloween in 2021.