Halloween originated from the Celtic festival of Samhain which means ‘end of summer’ and was held at the end of the harvest season in Ireland to begin the Celtic new year, coinciding with the autumn solstice.
Today, it is one of the most important dates in the American and Canadian holiday calendar and in many cities in Europe where young people have decided to join the celebration with Halloween costumes and parties. To some extent, this is due to the enormous impact of American cinema, with the typical scenes where children run through the streets dressed up as ghosts, demons and witches, asking for candy to the residents of their neighborhoods.
Halloween is synonymous with orange, black, purple, witches, pumpkins, sweets, children dressed, bonfires, scary stories, horror movies or games like the famous ‘trick or treat’. The night of October 31 is approaching. Do you want to impress your friends with a spooky celebration full of skulls, bats and pumpkins candlelight? Check out Tiendeo and find all kinds of props, costumes and makeup to celebrate Halloween night.