I've done some pop art costumes the past few years. This year, I went with an Andy Warhol (both literally and figuratively) for Halloween.

Step 1: For This, I Knew I Would Need:

1 white dress
1 blonde wig (highlighted with yellow and black paint for effect)
Pink face paint (I prefer water-based)
Black face paint
Teal face paint
Bright pink tights
1 tall gangly man to play my Warhol (optional)
<p>What kind of face/body paint did you use? Did it stay on well without rubbing off?</p>
<p>It looked better in person ;) </p>
<p>This looks wonderful! And I love the complimenting costumes as well!</p>
<p>You did a fabulous job transforming the wig. Mine looks like your &quot;before&quot;- and I hope mine will look like your &quot;after&quot;! What kind of paint did you use( I assume acrylic?) and how did you get it to take hold in the new shape? </p>
<p>I used a combination of acrylic paint and that cheap hair color spray that you can buy just about anywhere for halloween. It was much more neon, but made the hair super pliable. As far as the shaping goes, I tried to do that before painting. I just used bobby pins to put the curls where I wanted, then painted over the pins. Good luck, and post a link to your costume here so I can see how it turns out!</p>
Flippin' awesome!!! Please tell me you won something BIG!!! Just when I think I have seen it all, Something like this comes along...
Wow !! Just had to say how beautiful you were in that costume. Great idea, very creative
this is one of the most terrific ideas EVER for a costume!!! how did you ever get to think of it i will never know but you look awesome!
This is so awesome!
<strong>YOU LOOK GREAT...&nbsp;</strong><em>congratulations&nbsp;on a great costume</em>
Wonderful idea!
Wow! That is impressive. Very fancy. :D
Ha, I'd certainly do a double-take if I met you in the street!

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