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Topic: Uhh, huh huh...Beavis and Butthead hair? huh  (Read 1011 times)
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« on: October 21, 2007 10:22:09 PM »

Hey all,

My dude and I have decided to go as Beavis and Butthead for Halloween (I'm Beavis, as he's slightly shorter, we determined). We looked at latex masks online, but they were like $60, so we decided to papier-mache em. The only thing we're stuck on is how to do convincing Beavis and Butthead hair. Like...styrofoam? And cut it into a shape and paint it? Also, how to attach it to our heads? I don't want a to papier mache my entire head - it seems claustrophobic.

So, any ideas on how to make good hair? And to attach it to our heads? (for the uninitiated: http://www.wisopinion.com/blogs/uploaded_images/BeavisButthead-711924.jpg)


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« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2007 12:37:21 AM »

I was thinking instead of paper mache-ing your whole head, maybe you could just do the hair? Because having the cartoonish hair would make the costume, but having to experience with this, I don't know how hard it would be to just "make" hair...

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