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Rock Out This Halloween By Dressing as the Late David Bowie

David Bowie was a music legend and an inspiration to makeup lovers. Bowie wasn't afraid to bend gender lines, rock glitter, and wear face paint. His iconic Aladdin Sane cover may be his most well-known look, and it inspired many to re-create that plus more time again (Lady Gaga at the Grammys being one of them!). Sadly, we lost him to cancer at age 69 this year. If you love his music and his risk-taking look, then perhaps he is the perfect Halloween costume for you to try this year.
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