Beauty is a character who appears in the supernatural video game Ghost Trick, and she has some seriously wacky hair. It’s a series of loops, and cosplayer Celtic Sakura managed to re-create it even though the style looks impossible. She referenced a tutorial from Kukkii-san and used a wig plus extensions to shape the bizarre hair. She explains on her website:
Last but not least, the wig! It was of course the biggest challenge of the costume. I used a Lulu in Light blonde from Arda Wigs with one pack of short extensions and one pack of long extensions. I made the cone shape with expanding foam and the “hoops” and the front curl with metal wire and clear tape. I covered them all with fibers then attached everything to wig, using a super structure under the netting of the wig to make sure it would be balanced.
More photos of this and other other costumes at Facebook.
Top photo by Eleventh Photograph, makeup by Mademoiselle Fé
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