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HEY GUYS!! So I noticed this post going around with resources for Notebook cosplay wigs (DHMIS), but all of them are from AliExpress, which isn’t the most reliable source for wigs! So in response, I’ve gleaned a few viable options from more trustworthy sources:
- L-email 1 (pictured) <-this one’s heat-resistant, so you can curl it more!
- L-email 2
- Winson <-this one has pigtails!
DIY METHOD 1: Buy a white wig of your choice and use something like this method to dye it in sections with the colors of your choice. (Avoid green! :P)
DIY METHOD 2: Buy one of the following wigs (from higher-quality sources) and use this tutorial to lighten it (no guarantees it’ll lighten as much as you want it to):
Just adding two from Gothic Lolita Wigs/ Rock Star Wigs!
reblogging because i need to learn and my mom has a sewing machine exactly like this one
Reblogging in case some people want to learn a new skill/distraction :)
Bustle skirt tutorial by Becca K. on Cut out & Keep
Click the link on how to make this amazing bustle skirt!
DIY New Circle Skirt App from By Hand London here. The actual app is here. What I really like about this app is after you plug all your data in the app tells you the fabric length required:
It’s all in the details.
Over 50 hours in on Anna and the cape still isn’t done… But tonight we stitched down most of the trim, cut out the lining and made some custom pompoms for the capelet.
…and I threw my Elsa cape fabric on my dress form and did nothing with it.