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This is the second final image. I think this conveys a more sad tone, however I like this image because it showcases the hair and make up for my character really well.

This is the second final image. I think this conveys a more sad tone, however I like this image because it showcases the hair and make up for my character really well.

Madame Delait, bearded lady..Hmm,looks amazingly like Spencer from big brother! Rotflmao

The Bearded Lady. Another original character used in the American Horror Story " Freak Show" series.

Edited final image. Brightened and slightly smoothed out the skin.

Brightened and slightly smoothed out the skin.

This is the first of three final images I have chosen from the images I have taken. Each image I have chosen conveys every element I wanted them to have. When I got into the studio, I decided to use a mirror as a prop, as a symbol of maybe vanity for my character, or to symbolise her obsession with her appearance, maybe she loves her beard, maybe she hates it?

This is the first of three final images I have chosen from the images I have taken. Each image I have chosen conveys every element I wanted them to have. When I got into the studio, I decided to use a mirror as a prop, as a symbol of maybe vanity for my character, or to symbolise her obsession with her appearance, maybe she loves her beard, maybe she hates it?

Mary Ann Bevan (December 20, 1874 – December 26, 1933), AKA "The Ugliest Woman in the World," was known for being one of the worst looking women ever. The reason she had this ugly appearance is because she had Acromegaly, a disease making you grow rapidly. Mary was married at age 3s, the same year that she started getting symptoms of the disease. When Mary died, she weighed 168 lbs and was 5 feet 7 inches tall, which was short for someone with acromegaly.

Mary Ann Bevan

To support her 4 children she entered and won an "Ugly Woman" contest. She worked as a sideshow attraction until her death Dec 26

15 Tips About Wigs and How To Style Them (need this for when I cosplay at Mega-con)

15 Tips About Wigs and How To Style Them. Includes info on new low-temp flat iron for synthetic wigs!

ca. 1853, [daguerreotype portrait of Josephine Clofullia, P.T. Barnum’s “The Bearded Lady of Geneva”], Thomas M. Easterly  via the Missouri History Museum

[daguerreotype portrait of Josephine Clofullia, P. Barnums The Bearded Lady of Geneva], Thomas M. Easterly via the Missouri History Museum

Maud Wagner, a circus performer and the first known female tattoo artist in the United States.

Maud Stevens Wagner (February 1877 – January was a circus performer and the first known female tattoo artist in the United States.

Creating half wigs and extensions from cheap Halloween wigs

Every cosplayer knows that a great wig is essential for a great costume. The problem is that good wigs can be expensive, and finding a cheap wig in the color and…

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