Sometimes you end up cosplaying a character with a really crazy hairline, and you think “How am I going to make THAT?”
Maybe you’ve already learned about lace-front wigs and how they appear more natural-looking. Maybe you’ve even heard of wig ventilation, which is the method for individually adding hairs into the lace of a lace-front wig. If you’ve gotten that far, you’ve probably noticed you need special tools, called ventilating hooks/needles, and they can be costly and hard to acquire. Fear not! I am here to show you a few methods to ventilate hair with just normal supplies you can find at your craft and sewing store!
That’s right, you can ventilate hair with just a normal sewing needle!!!
Reblog for future reference, I’ve read about this before. Ahhhh I love lacefronts!
Now this is cool
So after the first free time event in chapter 2, you can find Souda and Gundam just hangin’ out in the diner together… alone…
Soo Sunny Park (b. Seoul, Korea) - Unwoven Light at Rice University’s Rice Gallery in Houston, Texas. Composed of 37 individual sculptural units, the installation uses iridescent plexi-glass embedded in pieces of a chain link fence to cast shimmering, colorful reflections across the spacious gallery. Photo’s via Walley Films Flickr Photostream.
(Source: Flickr / walleyfilms)
The Dangan Ronpa cafe at animate is going to be over soon so me and Casey went to check it out! It was fun and they had a mini-game at the end. The hosts were Kirigiri and Junko but I forgot to take a picture. They were really cute though!