I've been asked a lot on how I did my ahoge for my America from Hetalia: Axis Powers cosplay, and I said I would have a tutorial up on how to do it. Well, here is it. Prepare for tl;dr.
Yes, my explanations are long, and maybe confusing at times, but this is my first time making a tutorial, I'm really not sure how I'm supposed to go about shortening what I have so, please be patient.
In any case, may this tutorial help fellow cosplayers. Later, I may make character specific tutorials if people ask (such as Greece and Turkey's curls).
Hetalia: Axis Powers (c) Hidekaz Himaruya
I had to do this very humongous hair antennas, over 1m each, for Maya Natsume (from Tenjou Tenge - www.tumblr.com/photo/1280/kyri…. I even had to use some reinforced wire just to hold it weight.
The problem now is that I can't find anyway that they stay in place. They are always bending to one or other side, falling! Do you have any tip that could help me?
Thanks for the tip! I'll try bending it like a circle :3 !!
Thank anyway! Next time I will try making it once again!
Thank you very much I'm lost!
With the cute little-korean-spirit-face!!! XDDD I'll see if I do it or not. Anyway, thank you so much for this tutorial! You're helping very much!! And you're the only one who answered my questions! Thanks!
Okay this isn't really an ahoge, but I'm wondering how make New Zealand's curl on a wig, and how to make it look good.
I've been thinking, but I'm not good at these things. And you look like you know what you're doing. Could you maybe do one of these for New Zealand or give tips please?
Wow that sounds really complicated O_O
I'm like... 40% sure of what you mean, I'm afraid ^^' I'm really thankful for the help though
Oh really, you could do that? That would be fantastic. Hate to bother you though, really.
There is a convention that I'm 50-50 on if I'm going to be New Zealand on, coming up soon. But IF I'm going to be New Zealand, then you've got five weeks at most. So It's not too much of a hurry.
Thank you so much. Hate being a trouble
Thank you for your devotion, though <