Camila Cabello gets witchy as Fairuza Balk in The Craft for Halloween with boyfriend Shawn Mendes

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Camila Cabello has been practically inseparable with boyfriend Shawn Mendes, since they began isolating together earlier this year.

And the three-time Grammy nominee has had plenty of time to come up with the perfect couple’s costume for Halloween.

She got witchy Saturday, as she channeled Fairuza Balk’s powerful character Nancy Downs from the 1996 spooky teen classic The Craft, while showing off her costume with Mendes on Instagram.

Couple's costume: Camila Cabello got witchy Saturday, while showing off her costume with boyfriend Shawn Mendes on Instagram

Couple’s costume: Camila Cabello got witchy Saturday, while showing off her costume with boyfriend Shawn Mendes on Instagram

She binds you: She appeared to channel Fairuza Balk's powerful character Nancy Downs from the 1996 spooky teen classic The Craft,

She binds you: She appeared to channel Fairuza Balk’s powerful character Nancy Downs from the 1996 spooky teen classic The Craft,

The 23-year-old donned a black dress, trimmed in lace, with a matching choker and shade of lipstick, befitting the iconic character.

She shared a smooch with Mendes, 22, whose bloodied and bruised face paired with his usual shaggy hair, appeared to channel Skeet Ulrich’s ultimately doomed jock character Chris Hooker.

Mendes captioned the photos on Instagram: ‘Me, but beat up, and a Miami witch. THE HALLOWEEN SPIRIT IS NEVER CANCELED !!!!!!!! (caption by camila)’ 

Cabello also offered another interpretation of her costume, writing on Instagram: ‘Happy Halloween from us!!!!!! Belinda’s superpowers are in her Chancletas- the Latins know’ 

Back in black: The 23-year-old donned a black dress, trimmed in lace, with a matching choker and shade of lipstick, befitting the iconic character

Back in black: The 23-year-old donned a black dress, trimmed in lace, with a matching choker and shade of lipstick, befitting the iconic character

Skeet vibes: She shared a smooch with Mendes, 22, whose bloodied and bruised face paired with his usual shaggy hair, appeared to channel Skeet Ulrich's ultimately doomed jock character Chris Hooker

Skeet vibes: She shared a smooch with Mendes, 22, whose bloodied and bruised face paired with his usual shaggy hair, appeared to channel Skeet Ulrich’s ultimately doomed jock character Chris Hooker

Belinda the good: Cabello also offered another interpretation of her costume, writing on Instagram: 'Happy Halloween from us!!!!!! Belinda’s superpowers are in her Chancletas- the Latins know'

Belinda the good: Cabello also offered another interpretation of her costume, writing on Instagram: ‘Happy Halloween from us!!!!!! Belinda’s superpowers are in her Chancletas- the Latins know’

Flip flops: 'Happy Halloween from Belinda, the Latin witch,' she said in a video, showing off her costume and a pair of black platform flip flops (chancletas)

Flip flops: ‘Happy Halloween from Belinda, the Latin witch,’ she said in a video, showing off her costume and a pair of black platform flip flops (chancletas)

‘Happy Halloween from Belinda, the Latin witch,’ she said in a video, showing off her costume and a pair of black platform flip flops (chancletas). 

The couple recently returned to her family’s home in Miami, where they’ve spent their quarantine, following some work in Los Angeles.

Mendes recorded his upcoming fourth studio album Wonder, which drops December 4, from their isolation in Miami.

He told Jimmy Fallon this week: ‘At first, when I got here, it was the beginning of the album process and I was in a full panic state. I was like, “There’s no way I’m going to make music. This is going to be impossible.”

‘But like a week goes by and you start cooking eggs in the morning and you start doing laundry and start taking dogs for a walk and you have a coffee mug and you use the same one every day and it just becomes really nice. It becomes nice. Which sounds so normal for everyone else, but is very abnormal for me.’

Quarantine buddy: The couple recently returned to her family's home in Miami, where they've spent their quarantine, following some work in Los Angeles

Quarantine buddy: The couple recently returned to her family’s home in Miami, where they’ve spent their quarantine, following some work in Los Angeles 

New music: Mendes recorded his upcoming fourth studio album Wonder, which drops December 4, from their isolation in Miami

New music: Mendes recorded his upcoming fourth studio album Wonder, which drops December 4, from their isolation in Miami

His muse: He told Jimmy Fallon this week: 'I probably would of been discouraged enough to move into a different world sonically if I didn't have her kind of backing me the whole time. I'm thankful for that' (pictured in August, 2019)

His muse: He told Jimmy Fallon this week: ‘I probably would of been discouraged enough to move into a different world sonically if I didn’t have her kind of backing me the whole time. I’m thankful for that’ (pictured in August, 2019)

The In My Blood artist credited Cabello with helping him adjust to the new normal, and supporting him throughout the creative process.

He continued: ‘From the very beginning, I told her my like thesis statement of what I wanted the album to be and it was the best thing I did because there’s always a point halfway through a project where you’re like, “This is garbage. This is the worst thing I’ve ever done.” 

‘”Everything is not—it does not sound good. I don’t know what I am doing.” And that’s when you need that support to be like, “No, stick with the idea cause the idea is beautiful and it’s gonna turn out.”‘

Mendes added: ‘I probably would of been discouraged enough to move into a different world sonically if I didn’t have her kind of backing me the whole time. I’m thankful for that.’

The Canadian artist has also been promoting his Netflix documentary In Wonder, which premieres November 23 on the streaming platform.

True story: The Canadian artist has also been promoting his Netflix documentary In Wonder, which premieres November 23 on the streaming platform

True story: The Canadian artist has also been promoting his Netflix documentary In Wonder, which premieres November 23 on the streaming platform

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