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Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art Comic Book Queen Costume

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Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art Comic Book Queen Costume

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Costume type:  Costumes for Women
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for women entered our 2012 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Nella, the 'Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art Comic Book Queen' costume creator:

I decided to create this costume after seeing the Roy Lichtenstein exhibit in Chicago. This one is based on the painting "M-Maybe".The makeup took over 3 hours, the wig was painted yellow and black, earrings and gloves were painted and I made a thought bubble to complete the outfit!

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#1 comment by Erica October 29, 2012

This is amazing work, good job!

#2 comment by Ivan October 30, 2012

Amazing work, I Love it :-)

#3 comment by JaSon Vu October 31, 2012

hot hot ... too spicyyy..

#4 comment by SassyGirl October 31, 2012

this is great! love the work put into the makeup

#5 comment by Nella November 20, 2012

Thank you all! Definitely worth the time :)

#6 comment by elaine turner December 26, 2012

can you tell me where you got the wig and how did you make the speech bubble stand up? xx

#7 comment by Danealla December 27, 2012

Hi Elaine,

The wig was originally a blonde coloured Marilyn Monroe style. To make it "yellow" I bought some cheap coloured hair spray sold at most dollar and party stores. The black streaks are just painted with face paint:)

As for the sign, haha that was somewhat of a challenge. I poked two holes into the cardboard sign, near the bottom, then took 2 white pipecleaners and looped each one several times through each hole. (At this point you have an antennae.) Grab a standard black head band, adjust it to where you want the sign and twist the end of each pipe cleaner several times until they are too short to show. If you want extra support and for the sign to stand up straight, take a plastic flower's stem and tape it on the back of your sign, in the middle, vertically. So now, you have a stick hanging. Because the flower stem has thick wiring, you can wrap that around the headband too. Then take pieces of hair and adjust over the headband to hide the pipecleaners. Voila!
Hope that helps :)

#8 comment by Lacey November 19, 2014

This costume is fantastic!

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