SephNoir
 


Costume :Wig Commissions
Variant :Part 7
Source :Multiple sources
Progress :Complete
Worn At :None


Costume Photos

Zack Wig

Yotsuba Wig

Rasler Wig

Utena wig

Karin Wig

Grimmjow Wig

Rikku wig

Lady wig

Cid wig

Lightning wig

Zane wig

Axel wig

 


Costume Information

Description
All commissions and details for ordering can be found at my website: http://sephwigs.googlepages.com
Please email at: sephnoir@googlemail.com or PM me if you'd like a quote on any commission or would like to purchase wig dye.

Axel - Kingdom Hearts II.
Commissioned for Midlands Expo 2009. Work included cutting and wefting the peak, separating the sides and spiking the whole head. This was a rush job and due to limited budget and time we weren't able to use the wig I would have preferred. Despite this I'm really pleased with how this turned out and look forward to being able to do Axel again.
This commission cost: $66

Zane Truesdale - Yu-gi-oh GX.
Commissioned for May London Expo 2009. Work included trimming and sectioning each spike, ensuring both sides were symetrical and splitting the back into two large spikes. I really love YGO hair styles and this was great fun to do!
This commission cost: $95

Lightning - Final Fantasy XIII.
Commissioned for May London Expo 2009. Work included waving the long right side and underlayer of the rest of the wig, trimming and layering the straight upper layer and styling the fringe.
This commission cost:$75

Cid Highwind - Final Fantasy VII; Advent Children.
Commissioned for May London Expo 2009. Work included trimming the whole wig down to the correct length, then styling it so it was all swept back.
This commission cost: $60

Lady - Devil May Cry 3.
Commissioned for May London Expo 2009. Work included trimming the bottom layers, flicking up the sides and back and styling the front.
This commission cost: $70

Rikku - Final Fantasy X.
Commissioned for May London Expo 2009. Work included re-parting the front to the side, putting it in a high tail, flipping up two sections of the tail to the front and adding in two braided extensions to the sides.
This commission cost: $120

Grimmjow Jeagerjaques - Bleach.
Commissioned for May London Expo 2009. Work included trimming the whole wig down to the correct length, spiking the top and sweeping back the sides.
This commission cost: $57

Karin - Naruto.
Commissioned for Kitacon 2009. Work included trimming and layering the right side, trimming and partially spiking the front of the left and styling the front.
This commission cost: $45

Utena - Revolutionary Girl Utena.
Commissioned for Kitacon 2009 as a rush job. The wigs were provided by the customer. Work included re-wefting the wigs into one, waving the whole wig using the hot water method and cutting and styling the fringe.
Style cost: $60

Rasler - Final Fantasy XII.
Commissioned for Jacon 2009. Work included trimming the whole wig, sweeping the top to the front, styling the sides and adding in some extra wefts at the back.
This commission cost: $50

Yotsuba - Yotsuba&!.
Commissioned by a US customer. This was a custom dye using my "Racing Green" dye on a white base wig. Work included dyeing the wig, styling the back into the four pigtails and spiking the fringe. Wig dye in this colour along with many others is now for sale at just $35 per 500ml bottle.
This commission cost: $110

Zack Fair - Final Fantasu VII; Crisis Core.
Commissioned for Kitacon 2009. Work included spiking the whole wig and styling the bangs. Annoyingly, because of the shadow created by the bangs, the peak didn't show up very well in the photo.
This commission cost: $90

Comments

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Ahhh excellent work - I adore that Green wig with all the ponytails! So cute! ^_^

by MoonLily on Friday, 20 March, 2009 - 09:50
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I saw your Yotsuba on 4chan last night XD

Looks great :)

by Sillabub on Friday, 20 March, 2009 - 10:29
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Thanks so much! You're doing wonderfully with styling too! :3

by SephNoir on Friday, 20 March, 2009 - 12:48
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Haw haw, the Yotsuba one is brilliant! XD

by RanmaSyaoran on Tuesday, 28 April, 2009 - 10:35