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Page of Cosplay Hairstyling and Anime Makeup!
to cosplay a character but don't know how to transform
your face or hair? Well, now you will! Here you will
find tips and tricks to make your hair and makeup look
as good as your costume, with easy tutorials and videos
to show you how!
to add some more reference material to her site for
those wanting to complete their cosplay ensemble and
their whole look. Many of these links will be helpful
for everyday makeup and hair but can be taken a step
further for over-the-top costumes and outfits! Gypsy~Rose
did makeovers and color analysis as a job once and now
does it for her own models and customers! Her own tips
will be included, above the videos, to help fill in
any blanks. Just look for the *!
Enjoy your tutorials
and how-to's, happy learning!
makeup, goth and glam looks as well as acne-prone
you have small eyes avoid using liner on the
inside of your lids, it makes your eyes look
closed. Draw from the center of the eye out,
on the top and the bottom, to get the smoky
feel without looking sleepy!"
you are heavy or have a very round face try
using a darker toned powder to make your face
appear thinner. Just brush it below your chin,
below your cheekbones and on the sides of your
face. I also use a powder shadow, a kind of
tawny purple, if I need extra definition."
you have the opposite problem, and have harsh
features that need to be softened, try using
the darker tones powder or shadow in a different
way. If you have a long or pointy nose just
add a little to the tip and smooth it in well."
remember to set your makeup with powder so that
it won't smudge! This will also help to absorb
Everyday Makeup by a Makeup Artist
More Everyday Makeup by a Makeup
Care and Makeovers on Acne-Prone
to Male Makeup,
This one is for Link cosplays
but is applicable for any female to male costumes:
"The main point of female to make makeup
is to accentuate the features, like the ridge
of the nose and jaw, while downplaying the eyes
and lips. This young lady does a good job of showing
how in a very succinct way!"
to Female Makeup & Enhancement,
you're offended then just don't click, these men
have opened their homes in an effort to educate,
please respect that). Drag Queen Makeup is an
art to itself but these tutorials are for more
everyday makeup for men.
Male to female makeup's point is to do what we
described above the first movies: soften the features!
With this, though, must also come playing up the
"An important rule of thumb in makeup is
to choose one feature to focus on: eyes or lips.
If you do both you'll look like a drag queen,
and not in a good way, if you do neither you will
look virtually unchanged. If your lips are thin
or you will be drinking/eating a lot I suggest
playing up the eyes instead."
wasn't my forte' until a few years ago. I have
very thick, wavy and coarse hair... exactly
what one cannot have for 99% of the hairstyles
in magazines! I finally discovered 2 words that
changed my life... 'Flat Iron'! If you're like
me the below styles would not be possible without
one, (unless you thinned/layered your hair a
LOT). Many new possibilities will open up to
you should you become proficient with a flat
iron, though. I highly recommend them! Make
sure to use the protective sprays etc. with
them, though, as heat can be very damaging."
always option B, also, wigs! They can be inexpensive
or fancy, small or huge. Try them out! If you
have a big head make sure to buy one that is
a larger size, though, for as in clothing...
one size does NOT fit all!"
makeup and kimono wrapping/dress
hope you have enjoyed your little jaunt into Cosplay
Makeup Tips and Tricks and Hair How-To's!