How I styled a Jolyne Cujoh cosplay wig!
This is by no means the only way to style a Jolyne wig but this is how I did it and I hope this is useful!
The Jolyne hairbun pattern can be found here as a digital download:
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Canvas wig head (includes, clamp stand and T-pins!): https://amzn.to/2Yjqk0q
A canvas wig head is a great investment. It will stand up to many many styling projects and, unlike polysytrene heads, is actually representative of a human head size!
Teasing brush: https://amzn.to/3uD6r01
Cheap, versatile, long lasting and easy to wash!
Hair cutting scissors: https://amzn.to/3A924Lk
These are the self same scissors I've been using for the last few years. They cut well but I was also drawn to the pretty rainbow colours
Got2be spiking glue: https://amzn.to/3a3wzaX
Got2Be hairspray: https://amzn.to/2WKJknK
The cosplay gods smiled upon us with this hairspray! Fantastic hold. Not all hair products work on synthetic wig hair but the Got2Be products are genius.
I literally got mine years ago for £5 from a charity shop but these have a good reputation and are reasonably priced:
Garment steamer: https://amzn.to/3lbfIZO
NB: this is not the same as my steamer but going by reviews it's much more reliable. Mine spits boiling water at me when it's in a mood... Since investing in a steamer for wig styling I've never looked back. Good for straightening, curling, setting and more!
Base wig and wefts: I recommend Coscraft and Arda as low risk and reliable base wig suppliers depending upon your location.
Jumbo braid: I use Cyberlox Phantasia range in Peridot, Apple, Olive Green , Silver almond and Asparagus
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