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- Why People Don’t Like Your Cosplay?
- My Big Wow Comic Fest 2015
- Our New Blog Author-Chaos Fox
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- Miccostumes Weekly Summary 27-30th.April 2015
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Category Archives: Cosplay Tutorials
By sado44 | Published: March 1, 2013
Today’s Daily Cosplay is special, I wanna share this tutorial to help you know how to make a cosplay boots by your used boots.This Hope Estheim Cosplay Shoes tutorials is from Neffo, amazing craftwork~. Author About sado44Co-Founder of Miccostumes.com,love Cosplay,Anime,Game,Hiking,Running,Board Game,Poker!Web | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | More Posts (243)
By sado44 | Published: December 20, 2012
Thanks Erin to Submit this tutorial to us You’ve just received your wig! How exciting, you pull it out of it’s package and its… limp, kinked, all together not very appealing. Although anime’ hairstyles are hard to pull off in real life with a little wig care you’re sure to get winning results. You should [...]
By Mixiao | Published: December 14, 2012
This is a super fast and easy tutorial for those who purchase the Hatsune Miku Cosplay Costume or those that have lost their hair clips. If you purchase your costume from Miccostumes you would have notice you received hair clips that are not solid like Miku’s but are made from fabric. This tutorial will help those cosplay [...]
By Kevin | Published: June 11, 2012
Jamie Highland writes articles for My Baby Shower Favors, a site that sells supplies for various events including everything from baby shower favors to Halloween cookies. In this article, Jamie gives some tips on how to choose a costume for your toddler. Photo Credit: Toddler Totoro Dressing up your toddler in a costume for Halloween [...]
By Sherry | Published: April 16, 2012
Let’s face it. Cosplay is an expensive hobby. The costume alone can be $50 to $200 (if not more depending on complexity) and then one has to factor in make-up, wigs and props. But it doesn’t have to eat a hole in your wallet! You can save lots of money and whether you’re experienced at [...]