Tutorial: Caulifla / Goku Wig

It’s finally here! 💛 The wig is ready and so is the tutorial. I hope it’s helpful. The first thing I did was make some templates out of paper. Then I drew a design like this picture and made two copies of the curved piece, and one of the triangular one.

Caulifla Wig 1

Once I made it, I put them together to create the spike. You can play around with the shape and size to make variations on the hair spikes to fit the feel you want. When I was happy with the templates, I made them out of foam and used a hot glue gun to glue everything together. I made lots of them to use them as the spikes.

Caulifla Wig 2

When I had all the spikes finished, I painted them yellow and glued them to a wig. The wig should be styled short, but leave a bit of hair there to make more spikes with it later.

Caulifla Wig 3

When I put all the spikes on the wig, I took hair of other wigs and glued it to the spikes, this part can be a bit tricky because it’s hard not to mess up the hair and it’s easy to burn your fingers with the glue, it happened to me a couple of times 😅 so be very careful.

Caulifla Wig 5

When I had all the foam pieces covered with hair, I used gel (or spray) to give it a spiky feel and cut the hair that was off to leave it perfect.

Caulifla Wig 4

 

I used flat triangles of foam to give the hair that was already on the wig a good shape and glued it to the foam, styled the bangs with gel, and there you go! The wig is finished.

Caulifla Wig 6

Caulifla Wig 8

I used flat triangles of foam to give the hair that was already on the wig a good shape and glued it to the foam, styled the bangs with gel,

Caulifla Wig 7

I used spray paint in the end so the whole wig will have the same color, but make sure you use a respirator mask and do it in a well ventilated place or outside if you can, because it can be toxic and there you go! The wig is finished.

Caulifla Wig 9

After it dries, put it on and take your Saiyan form… Good luck! 😉

 

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