Cosplayer Alyson Tabbitha gave the word crossplay another definition recently when she dressed as Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean. First of all, the costume and wig were designed to match what we see on screen. It’s weathered and layered perfectly. Alyson made the outfit and designed the wig from a combination of synthetic hair and her my own real hair trimmings. Beyond the costume and wig, she simply killed it in the makeup department. She transformed her face with Mehron and E.L.F. products – including adding facial hair – and ended up looking quite a bit like Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow.
Alyson created a step by step tutorial showing how the look came together:
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