Celebrities did their thing this Halloween when it came to costumes (Hellooo…the Carters' “Black Barbie” theme was everything!), but we can’t forget about the regular folk out there who slayed dressed-up as their fave star and nailed it. We’ve rounded up a few of our picks for best celeb costume that was totally on trend with 2016 pop culture.
Scroll down below to see who made the list.
Candy K, KoKo, Mary Jo, Dulce K...so many lippies to choose from! Internet sensation Khadidon decided to dress up as the lipkit queen for Halloween in a green wig and Yeezus hat. But it's the lippie swatches on her arm that add the perfect touch.
Desmond's Instagram account is definitely a source for comic relief. Just look at this Halloween look inspired by Blue Ivy's 2016 VMA's gown. Pretty spot on, once you get over the fact he's a grown man dressed as a little girl.
It helps that toddler twins Megan and Morgan look like Rihanna practically birthed them, but their Anti ensemble killed it!
Kylie Rae Brooks broke the Internet with her yellow look straight out of the "Hold Up" video. She's almost too tiny to carry the bat — adorbs!
Then the Beyoncé mini-me did it again with another Lemonade-inspired look from "Formation." The swag is all hers, though!
The way to her heart on Halloween? Let her be the "Major Key" to your DJ Khaled, like this couple did.
The "Pick Up the Phone" rapper has made some questionable fashion choices recently like his attire on the Jeffery album cover that was the vision behind this costume.
What's Halloween without Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian lookalikes? Not only did the infamous reality couple take over Halloween with their own ghoulish getups, but tons of fans of Rob & Chyna did their best impression of them for the holiday. This duo was a favorite of Chyna's.
The rapper may not have dropped an album this year, but he did make headlines for his sizzurp-induced seizures. This fan captured Lil Wayne's sizzurp-loving ways perfectly.
It's a fact that the rapper loves her Chanel bags, so this barb turned it into a costume. Nicki loved it so much, she even re-posted it on her own Instagram.
Solange's A Seat at the Table had naturalistas everywhere singing "Don't Touch My Hair" and inspired plenty of costumes with all the looks from her video, including this yarn-tastic getup.
All 2016 we've gushed over the Wilsons and their love. One member of the C-Squad got her boo onboard to re-create this sweet moment between the Seattle Seahawks QB and the singer.
(Photo: Megan and Morgan via Instagram)
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