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Glow in the dark Lady Venom Costume

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Glow in the dark Lady Venom Costume

Vemon

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Photo #1 - Vemon Photo #2 - Venom. Detail of the neck with the hot glue and tounge painted Photo #3 - Face without the tounge using all hot glue Photo #4 - Hot glue I used and attached it to my skin with spirit glue Photo #5 - Venom. Glow in the dark
Costume type:  Costumes for Women
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for women entered our 2016 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Lauren, the 'Glow in the dark Lady Venom' costume creator:

I really wanted to create the look of venom this year in the most fenamine way possible. I got the idea from Cosplay with their Amazing Lady Venom full body paint photographed by Yassir Ketchum.I loved the look of her body paint and decided to turn it into a more modified costume that anyone could easily put together. This only cost me about 20 dollars. I purchased pleather leggings from Target for twelve dollars. I cut them using a knife. The top is something I already had but anyone could use a plain black top. I cut the spider out using a handkerchief that cost me a dollar from Walmart. With the spider symbol, I safety pinned it to my top and used fashion tape so I could use my shirt for more than just Halloween. I then painted my stomach in reference to the Cosplay picture, but created it with my own imagination using acrylic paint. I did the same with painting the tounge on my neck. The acriylic paint cost about 2 dollars a bottle but I still have a ton left over for additional use. I then applied the glow in the dark paint to my body. I used it on the ground of my stomach and on the teeth and tounge painted on my neck. I used a black light flashlight to enhance the glow in the dark effect. With the spider symbol, I only safety pinned it so I could use my shirt again as a regular shirt. I then used spirit gum to apply the black thing that crawled up my neck to my face and also on my hands. I actually made this out of hot glue. I created the design on a plate, peeled it off, and painted it black.

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