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For Fan Expo this year I chose to do a version of Cat Woman that would not only be more sensible for a convention in August but also it was something I don't see alot of.

I adore the figure  and hope to own it soon enough but for now I figured why not cosplay it I made the entire outfit from a simple spandex and the belts were creations from an old curtain I had no use for. I added the lace garter belt to one keep my boots in place as I ran around for the day but also for some more appeal, it seemed very cat woman like. I love the goggles I bought!

They really made the cosplay come to life. I plane to use them alot in the future for different cosplays and for more versions of the sexy feline theif. I used my own hair, choosing to leave some down out of the hood to better frame my face. I didn't curl it or anything, going more with the nature look of neither straight or perfectly curler. Make up was kept simple but dramatic with soft pale skin and a hint of cherry blush, deep red lipstick, and alots of masacara after a simple smokey eye.

I got the chance to climb all over this black steam engine thanks to my wonderful friend :iconeverage: and photographer who got some amazing shots. 

really hope you like these shots!

be sure to check out my facebook page:
www.facebook.com/Ellexcosplay
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Another Booti-licious Shot from Fan Expo 2013

For Fan Expo this year I chose to do a version of Cat Woman that would not only be more sensible for a convention in August but also it was something I don't see alot of. I adore the figure  and hope to own it soon enough but for now I figured why not cosplay it 

I made the entire outfit from a simple spandex and the belts were creations from an old curtain I had no use for. I added the lace garter belt to one keep my boots in place as I ran around for the day but also for some more appeal, it seemed very cat woman like. I love the goggles I bought! They really made the cosplay come to life. I plan to use them alot in the future for different cosplays and for more versions of the sexy feline theif.

 I used my own hair, choosing to leave some down out of the hood to better frame my face. I didn't curl it or anything, going more with the nature look of neither straight or perfectly curler. Make up was kept simple but dramatic with soft pale skin and a hint of cherry blush, deep red lipstick, and alot of masacara after a simple smokey eye. 

Photography was by Everage Studios!

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For Fan Expo this year I chose to do a version of Cat Woman that would not only be more sensible for a convention in August but also it was something I don't see alot of. I adore the figure  and hope to own it soon enough but for now I figured why not cosplay it :)

I made the entire outfit from a simple spandex and the belts were creations from an old curtain I had no use for. I added rhe lace garter belt to one keep my boots in place as I ran around for the day but also for some more appeal, it seemed very cat woman like. <div>
<div>I love the goggles I bought! They really made the cosplay come to life. I plane to use them alot in the future for different cosplays and for more versions of the sexy feline theif. <div>
<div>I used my own hair, choosing to leave some down out of the hood to better frame my face. I didn't curl it or anything, going more with the nature look of neither straight or perfectly curler. Make up was kept simple but dramatic with soft pale skin and a hint of cherry blush, deep red lipstick, and alots of masacara after a simple smokey eye. <div>
<div>Photography was by the amazing Caliban Creations!

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For Fan Expo this year I chose to do a version of Cat Woman that would not only be more sensible for a convention in August but also it was something I don't see alot of. I adore the figure  and hope to own it soon enough but for now I figured why not cosplay it :)

I made the entire outfit from a simple spandex and the belts were creations from an old curtain I had no use for. I added rhe lace garter belt to one keep my boots in place as I ran around for the day but also for some more appeal, it seemed very cat woman like. <div>
<div>I love the goggles I bought! They really made the cosplay come to life. I plane to use them alot in the future for different cosplays and for more versions of the sexy feline theif. <div>
<div>I used my own hair, choosing to leave some down out of the hood to better frame my face. I didn't curl it or anything, going more with the nature look of neither straight or perfectly curler. Make up was kept simple but dramatic with soft pale skin and a hint of cherry blush, deep red lipstick, and alots of masacara after a simple smokey eye. <div>
<div>Photography was by the amazing Caliban Creations!

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For Fan Expo this year I chose to do a version of Cat Woman that would not only be more sensible for a convention in August but also it was something I don't see alot of. I adore the figure  and hope to own it soon enough but for now I figured why not cosplay it :)

I made the entire outfit from a simple spandex and the belts were creations from an old curtain I had no use for. I added rhe lace garter belt to one keep my boots in place as I ran around for the day but also for some more appeal, it seemed very cat woman like.

I love the goggles I bought! They really made the cosplay come to life. I plane to use them alot in the future for different cosplays and for more versions of the sexy feline theif. 

I used my own hair, choosing to leave some down out of the hood to better frame my face. I didn't curl it or anything, going more with the nature look of neither straight or perfectly curler. Make up was kept simple but dramatic with soft pale skin and a hint of cherry blush, deep red lipstick, and alots of masacara after a simple smokey eye.

Photography was by the amazing Amaleigh Photography

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For Fan Expo this year I chose to do a version of Cat Woman that would not only be more sensible for a convention in August but also it was something I don't see alot of. I adore the figure  and hope to own it soon enough but for now I figured why not cosplay it 

I made the entire outfit from a simple spandex and the belts were creations from an old curtain I had no use for. I added the lace garter belt to one keep my boots in place as I ran around for the day but also for some more appeal, it seemed very cat woman like. I love the goggles I bought! They really made the cosplay come to life. I plan to use them alot in the future for different cosplays and for more versions of the sexy feline theif.

 I used my own hair, choosing to leave some down out of the hood to better frame my face. I didn't curl it or anything, going more with the nature look of neither straight or perfectly curler. Make up was kept simple but dramatic with soft pale skin and a hint of cherry blush, deep red lipstick, and alot of masacara after a simple smokey eye. 

Photography was Ailes Noir Cosplay Photography :iconailesnoir: (Be sure to check out her facebook page www.facebook.com/Ailes.Noir.Co…

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I am so excited to have these pictures from Caliban Creations. Justin did a fantastic job once again and it is always a pleasure to work with him :)They turned out so lovely and I can't wait to show you them all over the next few months. 

I ordered this cosplay for Red-Star cosplay on ebay and I love the product I ended up with. The material is so soft and comfortable and looked great in real time and on camera. It let me take the time to spend more time on my chainsaw. <div>
<div>This is the biggest prop I have made other than my ganon sword but this was alot more complex because instead of using spikes or a chain I added LED stripes that flashed pink red blue and purple. I thought it fit well with the character and made it my own. I also added a pink bow to the base of the blade to hide the battery pack that powered the LEDs. It's made form foam press board that I layered with masking task, primed, and spray painted. I also added rhinstones for some other fun details that made this super girly chainsaw even more so.<div>
<div>I was also thrilled to use my own hair. I've always loved hair styling and getting a chance to try new things is always a blast. I used Got2Be freeze spray after I used a large barrel curling iron to get the look I wanted. The last time I did it I used a curly wig but she doesn't actually have curly hair so I thought this was more true to the character.

I hope you all like this as much as I do :)
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For Fan Expo this year I chose to do a version of Cat Woman that would not only be more sensible for a convention in August but also it was something I don't see alot of. I adore the figure  and hope to own it soon enough but for now I figured why not cosplay it :)

I made the entire outfit from a simple spandex and the belts were creations from an old curtain I had no use for. I added rhe lace garter belt to one keep my boots in place as I ran around for the day but also for some more appeal, it seemed very cat woman like. <div>
<div>I love the goggles I bought! They really made the cosplay come to life. I plane to use them alot in the future for different cosplays and for more versions of the sexy feline theif. <div>
<div>I used my own hair, choosing to leave some down out of the hood to better frame my face. I didn't curl it or anything, going more with the nature look of neither straight or perfectly curler. Make up was kept simple but dramatic with soft pale skin and a hint of cherry blush, deep red lipstick, and alots of masacara after a simple smokey eye. <div>
<div>Photography was by the amazing Caliban Creations!

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For Fan Expo this year I chose to do a version of Cat Woman that would not only be more sensible for a convention in August but also it was something I don't see alot of. I adore the figure  and hope to own it soon enough but for now I figured why not cosplay it 

I made the entire outfit from a simple spandex and the belts were creations from an old curtain I had no use for. I added the lace garter belt to one keep my boots in place as I ran around for the day but also for some more appeal, it seemed very cat woman like. I love the goggles I bought! They really made the cosplay come to life. I plan to use them alot in the future for different cosplays and for more versions of the sexy feline theif.

 I used my own hair, choosing to leave some down out of the hood to better frame my face. I didn't curl it or anything, going more with the nature look of neither straight or perfectly curler. Make up was kept simple but dramatic with soft pale skin and a hint of cherry blush, deep red lipstick, and alot of masacara after a simple smokey eye. 

Photography was Ailes Noir Cosplay Photography :iconailesnoir: (Be sure to check out her facebook page www.facebook.com/Ailes.Noir.Co…

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For Fan Expo this year I chose to do a version of Cat Woman that would not only be more sensible for a convention in August but also it was something I don't see alot of. I adore the figure  and hope to own it soon enough but for now I figured why not cosplay it

 I made the entire outfit from a simple spandex and the belts were creations from an old curtain I had no use for. I added rhe lace garter belt to one keep my boots in place as I ran around for the day but also for some more appeal, it seemed very cat woman like.I love the goggles I bought! They really made the cosplay come to life. I plan to use them alot in the future for different cosplays and for more versions of the sexy feline theif. 

I used my own hair, choosing to leave some down out of the hood to better frame my face. I didn't curl it or anything, going more with the nature look of neither straight or perfectly curler. Make up was kept simple but dramatic with soft pale skin and a hint of cherry blush, deep red lipstick, and alots of masacara after a simple smokey eye.

Photography was by the amazing Amaleigh Photography
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