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THIS SOLVES SO MANY COSPLAY ISSUES

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How to Defrizz a Cosplay Wig

how-not-to-cosplay:

After googling and googling and googling I found very few options on how to defrizz the ends of your synthetic cosplay wig! Mostly I found people talking about dipping it in boiling water…But I’m not exactly sure how well that will work. I did something similar to a whole…

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sprocket-magnifique:  This is kind of last minute (sorry!) but how do you think I could make a haircurl thingy if I'm not using a wig? I'm specifically doing Canada's btw.

hetaliacosplayhelp:

you will need:
thick wire
Elmer’s glue
hairspray
scissors


okay, take your wire and the excess hair and begin tightly wrapping the hair around the wire. You will want to spread the Elmer’s glue along the wire as you wrap.
Spray with hairspray and smooth the hair around the wire.

When you reach the end of the wire, leave a little at the end loose to give a more natural effect.

Hope this helps! Good luck!

UPDATE: upon re-reading this question, I saw you would be using your real hair. DO NOT USE ELMER’S GLUE ON YOUR HAIR. DO NOT WRAP IT AROUND A WIRE. YOU WILL RUIN YOUR HAIR AND THAT WOULD BE AWFUL. Please please please do not try this on your hair. There is no way that I know of to get Canada’s curl in natural hair I’m so sorry.

Herp. Use the got2be glued gel. It’s what most people use to style their wigs, so t should hold up your hair fine

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