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07 Apr 2013 - 22:03100559
Hair.
What is a good way to cover up the fact that I have hair on my legs and arms for cosplay without resorting to shaving?


07 Apr 2013 - 23:43100561
Possibly tights might work on the legs or a body suit. What's it for?


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07 Apr 2013 - 23:51100563
High denier bodysuits. You might struggle to find something natural though. Any reason you can't remove the hair? It'll be easier.


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08 Apr 2013 - 10:19100568
If it needs to be natural skin colours then look for a body suit or dance tights, they cover up anything.


09 Apr 2013 - 15:53100656
Quote Carmina:
Possibly tights might work on the legs or a body suit. What's it for?


Possibly trying Sora (KH) and Yoru (Shugo Chara)

Quote NixieThePixie:
High denier bodysuits. You might struggle to find something natural though. Any reason you can't remove the hair? It'll be easier.


Maybe the amount of hair I'd have to keep removing. And also the bits that are hard to reach and see that you've removed the hair.


09 Apr 2013 - 16:27100659
Looking at the references it seems like you've got a little bit of the arms exposed and the lower legs. So either a skin colioured body suit or just some hair removal cream (which will last longer than shaving) in those areas.


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09 Apr 2013 - 17:59100663
Quote Carmina:
Looking at the references it seems like you've got a little bit of the arms exposed and the lower legs. So either a skin colioured body suit or just some hair removal cream (which will last longer than shaving) in those areas.


Where is a good place to get either the body suit or the hair removal cream?


09 Apr 2013 - 20:00100672
Quote OmegaRFox:
Quote Carmina:
Looking at the references it seems like you've got a little bit of the arms exposed and the lower legs. So either a skin colioured body suit or just some hair removal cream (which will last longer than shaving) in those areas.


Where is a good place to get either the body suit or the hair removal cream?


You can buy hair removal cream in boots or any chemist. Make sure you buy one that's suitable for the right area of your body.

I've seen a couple of flesh toned bodysuits on ebay but someone who's used them before might be able to better advise.


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09 Apr 2013 - 21:41100677
Nair (hair removal cream) was at 85p in tescos when I last bought some.

And I asked because I was unsure if it was a case of not being able to shave/wax that area (in which I could give advice for), not being wanting to shave/wax but maybe game for different types (again, I could give advice for) or if it was a case of not wanting to remove the hair.


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09 Apr 2013 - 22:00100679
I'd tend to say waxing is best for removing hair but its tricky to do by yourself and I know some people are squeamish about it. Removal cream is still longer lasting than shaving.


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10 Apr 2013 - 00:26100682
Quote NixieThePixie:
Nair (hair removal cream) was at 85p in tescos when I last bought some.

And I asked because I was unsure if it was a case of not being able to shave/wax that area (in which I could give advice for), not being wanting to shave/wax but maybe game for different types (again, I could give advice for) or if it was a case of not wanting to remove the hair.


I think i'd only go for the hair that would be on show and would be covered up most of the time, but wouldn't trust anything thats 85p...

Quote Carmina:
I'd tend to say waxing is best for removing hair but its tricky to do by yourself and I know some people are squeamish about it. Removal cream is still longer lasting than shaving.


I don't think I'd wax, I'd just want an easy way quickly to get rid of the hair without having to scan the hair with a razor since that takes quite a lot longer to get it shaved...


10 Apr 2013 - 01:05100684
Nair is a good brand that all my family use, you're lucky if it's on offer xD you can get it in small packets or long tubes.


10 Apr 2013 - 09:22100690
nair is fine!

but to be honest its like hair dye..as long you test it on a little tiny patch of skin and you don't react to it, it should do the trick.

don't think i'd ever have the nerve to wax! x


16 Apr 2013 - 15:22101070
Nair is amazing, as long as you follow the guidelines. Just because it's 85p doesn't mean you should turn your nose up at it - it's good value for money, it's just having to compete in a heavy market.


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