The group celebrated with pregnant costar Vanessa Morgan, who threw a Halloween-themed baby shower on Saturday. Over the weekend, the actresses took advantage of their different hair colors by dressing up as The Powerpuff Girls for Halloween: Reinhart channeled Bubbles with blonde pigtails, Petsch channeled Blossom with a ponytail and a big red bow, of course! The friends and costars wore coordinating skirt and crop top sets in the superpowered sisters' signature blue, pink and green color scheme, teamed with black tights and '90s platform heels. Donning a skintight black ensemble with a white skeleton image printed across her body, the actress' look also featured blue butterflies floating around her stomach area — a clear nod to her soon-to-be-born baby boy. Morgan accessorized her look with a painted skeleton face and a long blonde wig. She posted a selfie with Reinhart, Petsch and Mendes on her Instagram Story, showing off all four of their costumes.
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You sometimes can just put green, blue, and pink together and suddenly your brain is thinking Powerpuff Girls. Due to that fact, some may think they are an easy cosplay. However, that's not quite true. Since they are so popular, it can be difficult to make your cosplay memorable. There are a lot of creative directions cosplayers can take though, from changing the genre of how we see the Powerpuff Girls to taking their design and shaking it up while still keeping them recognizable. Below is a list of cosplays we thought were pretty notable.
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Here U Go and I gave you credit. These look more better then the ones from the original episode back in the 's. They're absolutely pretty that way, even though they're already cute. See More by CruellaDeVil Featured in collections.
This is a list of characters that appeared on the American animated television series The Powerpuff Girls on the Cartoon Network. All of the characters on this list appear more than once in the series, and contribute to the episode plotlines. The titular Powerpuff girls are named Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, and also appear in the series' reboot and in the anime, Powerpuff Girls Z. In June , Craig McCracken , a student of the animation program of CalArts ,  initially created a drawing of three girls on a small sheet of orange construction paper as a birthday card design for his brother.