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I refuse to buy a wig but wanna cosplay something for the first con I’ve been to since covid. I have shoulder-length, slightly curly brown hair with bangs but am willing to cut basically all of it off for the look. Any ideas?
What is wrong with youEven a 20 dollar wig will look better than real hair
>>10821510“better”……? I might’ve not’ve been clear before: I’m attempting to cosplay a human.
>>10821506ask in >>10810535 instead of shitting up the board with another autistic thread
>>10821520Do you realize most actors in movies are wearing high quality wigsIt's stupid to cut and style your own actual hair for a cosplay
>>10821506DOTA 2's Marci if you ponytail it.
>>10821675What the fuck, is this was DOTA heroes look like now? This looks like a fan OC, this is just a regular girl.
>>10821901This is merely what happens when a Saudi Prince ponies up for anime Dota for NetflixAnd the OC Donut steel girl turns out to be best girl. The fact she has a over plain look to her is just a bonus.
>>10821506If you refuse to buy a wig, just give up on cosplay altogether.
>>10821506Go as a normal person and enjoy the con instead of worrying about your cosplay. Save it for Halloween.
>>10821543Nta, but are you really sure that many actors wear wigs all the time? This cannot be true.
>>10825741nta it depends on the movie and role but mostly actors dye their hair and use extensions. Wigs are common for stage actors though because it's harder to see the wig's hairline on a stage. In a movie you get a lot of close-up shots so it's easier to see
>>10825746Extensions aren't the same as a full wig, so that's the point I was trying to make