The Sugar Skull - Dia De Los Muertos
The popular sugar skull is one of the most sought after Halloween looks we see every year. The sugar skull originates from the
Mexican holiday "Dia de los Muertos" or "Day of the Dead" in which people honor their deceased loved ones. The belief behind
this ancient practice is that the souls of their deceased loved ones come out on October 31-November 2 in order to reunite with
their families and enjoy the festivities that their family members have prepared for them!
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