ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Here’s a look at what popular costumes may be showing up at your door Wednesday night.
“One of the No. 1-selling things this year were the invisible man suits, also known as, depending on brand, as morph suits or second skins,” said Jim Berg of Twin Cities Magic & Costume Company.
Located in St. Paul for 26 years, the Twin Cities Magic & Costume Company is now in West St. Paul.
A hot trend this year is Hollywood-style 3-D makeup — things like horns, or a giant screw can be glued to a face.
“Press and smooth into place for 15 or 20 minutes, and you look like you just walked off a movie set,” Berg said.
Props are still big at Halloween, such as a scary clown, a fog machine, and special lighting.