Furry Simba Ooshie

Hello there, this is a guide of how to build your very own Furry Simba Ooshie.

Personally I have gone through over 1200 Lion king ooshie packets in the last week, and after losing my mind and tearing my hair out looking for a Fuzzy Ooshie, I realized that I could just apply this hair to make my own Furry ooshie. Here is my guide.

Supplies:

1 x Spray Adhesive

1 x Cotton Tips

1 x Simba Ooshie

1x Vaseline

1 x Cat (Light to moderate brown)

1 x Trimming Razor

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Step 1: Prepare the Hair

Procure hair from a viable source. If you have a cat, the varying colors are very realistic and the texture is unmatched.

If you do not have a cat, this is a renewable resource, and can be sourced locally and ethically in your neighborhood with no more than a saucier of milk. I am yet to try this on a ring-tailed possum or any marsupial.

I have however experimented with various types of human body and animal hair, and the hair of a cat biologically is very similar to that of a lion being both in the Felidae Animal Family.

The cat was very happy to provide her hair, and was previously very friendly.

Please consider your climate when shaving your cat, and do not use more fur than you need.

Step 2: Prepare the Lion

Be prepared, using the cotton tip, apply, the Vaseline on the areas of the Simba Ooshie on the yellow parts of the lion (The parts that you don't want to apply hair to). Be careful not to be excessive with the Vaseline.

Step 3: Applying the Hair

Spray the entire Ooshie with Spray adhesive, be sure the cat from the room while spraying as the glue can be very hard to remove.

Make sure not to inhale any of this glue.

Gently and quickly apply the hair piece by piece, make sure not to apply multiple layers of glue if fur has already been applied, as stated before glue is very hard to remove from cat hair.

Step 4: Finished!

Allow the Ooshie to dry for at least two hours. After the glue has dried, use a pair of scissors to trim any excess hair, and comb hair as desired.

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