Thursday, November 20, 2014

Product Review: Five Wits Doctor Sweetie Spoiler Song Wig

Photos by Green House Photography
The Five Wits is an online company specializing in cosplay wigs, ball-joint doll wigs and eco-geek shirts. Located in Oklahoma, The Five Wits wigs are made from heat resistant Hiperlon. Their website is very informative. The FAQ section has information listed such as wig washing, how to detangle a wig, using curlers and more. Shipping is available to Canada and any other country where it is legal to ship from the United States. Payment is accepted using paypal and money order. A large variety of wigs are available in short, ponytail, medium and long in a selection of different colors. Today's review is for the Doctor Sweetie Spoiler Song wig inspired by Doctor Who character River Song. Currently listed for $35 and measuring at 33cm long, you can view the item HERE.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Product Review: Younique 3D Fiber Lashes

Younique Cosmetics is a company that specializes in premium quality makeup. It was founded by a brother and sister team and is the first  direct sales company to market and sell almost exclusively though social media. You can view their Official Facebook Page HERE. This article is a review for the Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes. This item is currently Younique's best selling product. This three step mascara advertises to give incredible thickness and volume to your lashes. We've all heard those promises before, right? I'm pleased to report that this product actually delivers.

Friday, November 7, 2014

How much money can you make cosplaying?

"How much money can I make cosplaying?"

Within the last few years, this question has been asked by a large group of people. Many seek to get into the hobby as a job; something they can be employed at. Many feel it is an avenue to not only internet fame but fortune as well.  So how much money does the average cosplayer make? What can you expect in terms of increasing your financial status? I have complied a list for those who are seeking an answer to their question.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Product Review: Pinky Paradise Cat Eye Lenses

Pinky Paradise is the largest circle lens store on the internet. They have a large variety of colored contact lenses including special effects. There is an entire section devoted to cat eye lenses which I will be reviewing today. The G&G Cosplay Cat Eye Lenses (Green 082) are listed on the Pinky Paradise website for $21.90. Made in South Korea, the lenses are good for one full year. The Cat Eye Green Lenses comes with a free contact case. You also receive hair accessories to hold back your hair as you place the contacts in your eyes. You can find a direct link to the item HERE.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Cosplay Spotlight: Nicci Fett

Costumer Nicci Fett is bold, beautiful and insanely talented! The long haired beauty is gifted in many different areas of crafting including sculpting, special effects make up and building armor. Nicci took some time to talk to the Confessions of a Cosplay Girl Blog about her craft, upcoming projects and the importance of women standing up for themselves on the internet. Keep reading for a very entertaining interview!

Friday, October 17, 2014

The Biggest Critics of Cosplay: The Non-Cosplayer

Much like movies and gossip magazines, the world of cosplay has its own group of critics. I have been the recipient of many comments on what I "did wrong" with my costume. I have also seen similar comments on other cosplayers pages. The funny thing is, I don't post pictures with the head line 'What do you think? Open to critique. What did I do wrong?" (and majority of the time, neither do other cosplayers). I post photos on my public account simply to share. I ask for advice where it matters; from my personal cosplay friends on my private account (which is locked up). What boggles my mind is that the biggest critics of cosplay are coming from the non-cosplayer.

Friday, October 10, 2014

"What Cosplayers Need to Stop Doing"

Photo by Bodhi Tree Photography
Not too long ago a video was circulating on the web where the host discussed a list he created on what cosplayers need to "stop doing". Reasons varied between creating Kickstarter Campaigns to sexy costumes. While the intentions were meant to be noble and he is certainly entitled to his opinion, there were topics he discussed that left me shaking my head. By the end of the video I had a moment of clarity. It's clear what cosplayers (and the public that follows us) needs to stop doing in terms of racism, Kickstarters, gender bender, sexy costumes and so on.

People need to stop judging each other. That's it.

See how simple that was? Namaste.