wig with highlights


hi! mod n here at animenext. the five wits have come out with four new danganronpa wigs!
they have an amami wig (it looks GORGEOUS) an ouma wig (which i’ll be using for my own ouma and doing a thorough review of while i style it in my hotel room like an idiot) a saihara wig (which is my wife) and a nanami wig!
the amami wig is a little dark but the color is Fantastic. the ouma wig has he highlights wefted in, which i think looks super nice! the saihara wig has a chunk set aside for the ahoge, long sides, and a short back! it’s the perfect dark greenish blueish greyish color! and the nanami wig…it’s everything i could’ve dreamed of.
these are not up on their site yet, but here’s Ya First Look. something to look forward to!
hope it helps!
-mod n

About to spend the rest of my night sewing wefts into Zelda’s wig. 👑

I found this brown lacefront with blonde streaks from Wig is Fashion. The highlights are perfect, but it’s a little too light and a little too short to match Zelda’s hair. To fix that, I’m sewing in silky wefts from Arda to add length, volume, and more of a darker fiber.

Thinking of releasing a tutorial book on how to style cosplay wigs, it would include topics like.

  • Simple styling 101
  • How to make defying Gravity spikes
  • What materials I personally use and how to use them.
  • A video showing how I go about styling a simple wig and a more advanced one
  • How to make obscure hair shapes, like Pokemon and Yugioh hair styles.
  • How you should transport and maintain your wig.
  • Using foam and other materials with wigs
  • How to sew in wefts
  • How to dye a wig/do highlights and lowlights

I’d have it all in a nice booklet and a digital .PDF for those who don’t want a physical copy. I’d probably make it like five bucks for the digital and ten for the physical. Would anyone be interested in something like that?


Hey guys! At Anime Midwest this weekend I wore my Ty Lee cosplay, and I’m super proud of this costume because of all the work I put into it (especially the wig, there’s a highlighter in there if you’re wondering). getting it all together has been an incredible learning experience and thank you everyone who stopped me to take pictures, it made my day. (Shoutouts to @sailboat-sparrow @yama-gucci and @the-fourth-musketeer for your constant love and encouragement during this💕)

This is a progression of the state of the costume leading up to con!


So I finally get to the part of story that Rock appears

-He is a first year student
-He is in the Puzzle Club in Binan High
-He is very veRY VERY chuunibyou
-He wears a black wig to hide those highlight because the SC confronted him (and in the last pic, he thought to himself that Arima’s smile is scary :p)

Though one bit that makes me a bit sad is that so far all the character (except mc of course ) are all voiced, but the student council are not /_\



I had been sitting in my recording studio all morning without much success. The musical “talents” sent in didn’t live up to their recommendations or names, and I was starting to lose some hope for OVO Sound. It was an amazing label, with a team of gifted lyricists already at hand, but I was looking for something more. 40 kept saying maybe today wasn’t the day, though. Chubbs had fallen asleep in the corner, Ryan was scoping his mentions, Niko was drawing a mustache on Chubbs’s face, and Jahron had already ascended the staircase to go to lay it down with a girl. I knew the day was really winding down at this point. Wayne, who was supervising artists with me, sat on the other side of me, shaking his head. His ballpoint pen was anxiously hitting the notepad. I sighed, readying myself for no progress with the next name on the list, when I saw her walk in.

She was definitely dressed down from the other female emcees I had seen. A hot pink jacket was zipped up on her body and light wash jeans encased her ample curves. When I say ample, I mean she was PACKING. She had on a long black wig with bangs and pink highlights, a characteristic I had never seen before. Bamboo earrings dangled from her ears and when I trailed my eyes up her snapback hat read proudly: MINAJ.

“What’s your name? I don’t want to pronounce anything wrong..” I murmured through the speaker, looking at the sheet. Her name had sort of an exotic ring to it, and I knew it wasn’t in my field to attempt to say it.

“Just call me Nicki.” Her soft nasal voice muttered back. She plastered on a smile, her dimples deepening. “Are y’all ready for me, or nah?”

“We’re ready, lil mama,” Wayne nodded, and she gave him another smile as we clicked the link for the instrumental she sent in. Upon hearing the beat, I bobbed my head and instantly my jaw dropped wide.

“Just when they thought it was safe to play I

Hit’em with the N.I.C the K.I

I’m tinkerbell he’s peter pay-a

To these rap bitches I’m mother may-a

I wanna kno why you waste your time

On these rap hoes that don’t write they rhymes

Get a can of a sprite with a twist of lime

Money money money always on my mind..”

Wayne and I exchanged looks and I turned to Chubbs, Ryan, and Niko. They were all alert and enthusiastically shook their head yes. I turned to 40 and he whispered, “Hell yeah!” We laughed lowly and I put a star next to Nicki’s name. I could hear the attitude in her flow, and honestly I could feel myself growing in my pants from her sexy voice rhyming crazy too.

"Tell a bitch holla when she get my dollas

Bitches talk shit, but what is you sayin

Got the illest dude in the game speakin my name

I’m the one, I’m the one you heard me

Same number they stiched on mcGrady jersey

If I show you how to do it will you reimburse me

Let me put on my pumps let me grab my skirt see,

I am such a lil ladys let me do my curtsi

Fuck a dry pussy bitch cause I know she thirsty.”

She backed away from the mic, standing timidly. I was still in awe that something so petite and quiet spat out something so wild and foul. I was speechless as I spoke into the speaker,

"Nicki, you’re in. Welcome to OVO Sound.”

I’ve never wanted to sign someone on the first day like her.

She had an aura that drew me to her and I had to get to know her. I needed to know her story. I needed to know her weaknesses so I could make them strengths. I had never wanted to settle down so badly before. After the release of Nothing Was The Same, I told myself I’d find someone and stop playing games.

Now was the time.