Attention all deadheads.
Dia de los Muertos at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
What: The iconic necropolis comes alive with more than 100 Mayan and Aztec ritual dancers, musical performances, arts and crafts vendors, and altar contests.
Why: It’s the last one on the Mayan calendar.
When: Sat., noon-midnight.
Where: 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., at N. Gower St., Hollywood. Tickets ($10) at ticketfly.com.
Holistic Beauty & Herb Product Making Classes
What: Create your own skin care regimen using essential oils, flowers, and herbs with weekly classes at Echo Park’s best-kept beauty secret.
Why: Step aside, Mary Kay.
When: See schedule and sign up at formacademy.com.
Where: Form Academy, 1815 W. Sunset Blvd., b/t Park Ave. & Lemonye St., Echo Park (213-413-4119).
What: The beloved cosmetics brand makes its West Coast debut with a high-gloss flagship stocked with best-sellers, exclusives, and makeup stations, where you can prep for date night.
Why: Get inspired by a rotating selection of films, books, and photos handpicked by the man behind the makeup, Francois Nars.
When: Mon.-Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., noon-6 p.m.
Where: 8412 Melrose Ave., b/t N. Croft & Orlando Aves., West Hollywood (310-623-1730).
Big Gay Ice Cream Pop-Up
What: NYC’s favorite cold treats truck doles out over-the-top soft-serve creations, seasonal paletas, and imaginative toppings whipped up by Humphry Slocombe’s Jake Godby.
Why: The chance to say, “I’ll have the Bea Arthur and Salty Pimp, please.”
When: Thru Sat.
Where: Full schedule at biggayicecream.com or track down @biggayicecream on Twitter.
Kova & T, LnA, Reformation, and The Eternal Sample Sale
What: Overhaul your closet with discounted Kova & T leggings, sleek dresses made with deadstock vintage fabric from Reformation, and every tee you’ve ever wanted, courtesy of LnA and The Eternal.
Why: Get back to basics.
When: Today & Fri., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Cooper Building, 860 S. Los Angeles St., at E. Ninth St., ste. 407, Downtown.
Photo: Luz Gallardo