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In Spanish-speaking cultures, Halloween is traditionally known as “Dia de los Muertos,” or “Day of the Dead.” Loryn Simonsen paid tribute to this tradition by painting the sugar skulls families take to their relatives that have passed away. They’re very colorful skulls and Loryn did an amazing job recreating them! Find more from Loryn at her about.me page!

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  1. it’s a day of celebration! do your nails if you want to! http://www.oceanviolet.com/happy-day-of-the-dead/

  2. Are you KIDDING ME??? Dia de los Muertos is NOT “”Mexican Halloween.”” It’s a sacred holiday to commemorate people’s dead loved ones not a kitschy nail design for appropriative white girls. Not cute. Y’all are r a c i s t.

  3. awesome! . “Dia de los Muertos,” or “Day of the Dead”

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