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1  Bonnaroo Mustache Bikini (you read that right) in Costumes: Completed Projects by HolyshtLindsey on: May 15, 2015 08:06:01 AM
So every year I have been to Bonnaroo, except the last one, they did a beard and mustache competition. They also had a category for best FAKE beard and mustache.
So I made the following.

The top is mounted on an old bra and the bottom to a piece of felt, and both are made with crepe hair.

It got a lot of looks while I walked around, and is one of the more fun costumes I have taken to bonnaroo.

Enjoy!

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2  Is that a JAWBONE around your neck?! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by HolyshtLindsey on: November 06, 2012 11:40:49 AM
YOU BET IT IS!!! I love making jewelry out of unexpected items. i hope you guys like these!


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3  All sorts of costumes! Random Halloweens past in Halloween Costumes by HolyshtLindsey on: November 05, 2012 09:46:34 AM
I like to play with makeup and costumes. here are some early samples of things I have done.

Daft Punk


Lichtenstien Girl


Medusa and Hercules


Ice Queen


 Ice Queen, Mother Nature and Mia Wallace



Mother Nature


Costume Parade!!!!
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4  Misc SPFX makeup pictures. Wounds of all sorts! in Halloween Costumes by HolyshtLindsey on: November 04, 2012 09:27:04 PM
I work at a haunted house. But not just any haunted house. The #2 scariest in the country! So I get to play with crazy makeup all the time. Here are some concepts. The clown and the creepy bandaged thing were my characters at the house. Enjoy!
Robot

Creepy Doll

BOOM! Headshot
 
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Zombie Noms

Coulrophobia

Everyone's Favorite Little Monster



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5  Upcycled Tee Scarves in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by HolyshtLindsey on: November 04, 2012 10:58:12 AM
Old tees are littering my house! Here's an easy project that I'm sure most of you have tried.
T SHIRT SCARVES!!





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6  Skeleton Keys and Old Lock Faces in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by HolyshtLindsey on: November 04, 2012 10:54:34 AM
Hello all! I live pretty close to a kickass antique store. In that store, they sell about 50 different kinds of antique lock faces and all kinds of awesome keys. Here are a few items I have come up with.






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7  Voodoo Priestess and the Dancing Skeleton in Halloween Costumes by HolyshtLindsey on: November 02, 2012 11:19:20 PM
I guess I can only post the links, but these photos are from the Voodoo Carnival in Cincinnati. Most people went the steampunk route, but I heard voodoo and ran with it. The makeup was all done by myself; both on me and on my lovely manman. I used Ben Nye makeup for both looks. The dress was a handmade kaftan that was fashioned from a few yards of awesome black batik. The skele-suit was painted by the boyfrannn (even thought he insists he is terrible at crafts, I'd say he did just fine.)








The headpiece as well as all the jewelry was made by me with everything from fake bones to real bones, to a raffia hula skirt and horns from a toy viking hat. The bone through the nose was an awesome gag I picked up from a store, and with a bit of tweaking, I managed to get it to where it fit onto my septum very nicely. This costume got me a second place in the contest, but considering I helped the first place with her costume, I would say I still kinda won! I also sewed the leg fluffies from black shag fur and the wrist cuffs were me as well. All in all, I whipped this one up in about 4 hours all together. The headpiece was the hardest part, I would say

Costuming is my life and up until yesterday it was my job. I was laid off from a costume company, so now I'm trying to do it on my own!
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