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OH MY GOODNESS YAY HAVE SO MUCH FUN!!
Awww yissss I love questions! And yeah! I literally pinned the wig on top of the wire frame, four safety pins total. I had the option of sewing it but I wanted to make sure I could remove it often in case I wanted to wash the wig separately. That way I take off the wig attached to a wire frame, with horns attached to both sides all together to reveal my normal hair.
You are so welcome! Always feel free to let me know if you have any other questions.
The head harness, the horns/pool noodles, and the wig are all one combined piece, and I made the harness a shape I can pull easily off my head at will. Most of the time I lift it straight up like a bike helmet by holding the horns on either sides of my head and lifting up. It’s like a gigantic hat, really.
(Actually like a gigantic helmet - you know how bike helmets will sort of stay on your head if you happen to have the right kind of helmet and head, and you can tilt your head side-to-side and front-to-back and the helmet might slide a little, but it won’t fall off? I essentially made a metal bike helmet.)
Does it make sense how the horns are connected to the head harness or would a drawn picture be useful? (I’d take a photo but they’re at my other house right now.)
Ah, no problem, always feel free to ask questions, and sorry it took me so long to answer! -.-;
Uh….. let’s see… well, if you’re making horns with a wig already intact, you can poke the wire through the holes in the wig after you’re done making the head harness, and then you can thread the pool noodles onto the wires.
If you’re building the wig from one of those skin cap mohawk wigs, yeah, cutting a hole oughta work. The pool noodles don’t actually go through the wig, they just chill outside of it and get cleverly disguised by as much hair as I can shove in that direction.
As for how I did it, I actually cut two wigs up and then sewed them together, so I had the option of making a long wig edge that wraps around the horn wires on each side. Let me know if you need pics of any of this, or if you have any other questions. Best of luck!
Oh golly, thanks so much! Welcome, and hi, how are you doing? Glad the videos helped you out, and it was a blast walking around with the horns! They weigh a little over 1 pound and are designed to be taken off and put back on in seconds, so most of the day I just had them slung over one shoulder or resting at the edge of a photoshoot room. (Security at Otakon pretty much said they’d take them away if I walked around with them on.) Anytime I did have to walk a few steps, I went sideways and hung onto the front horn in case I got bumped. I’ve got a decent crabwalk so it was no hassle for me.
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