Rebel Fae’s How To: Styling a Sukuna Wig

Picture this: You were able to put together every piece for your latest cosplay and now you only need to style the wig. One problem though. In order to get it to look canon-compliant or like your design, you need a tutorial to figure out how in the bloody hell you’re going to attempt such a feat. The thing is, no such tutorial exists.  Now my friends, if said wig is for a Sukuna cosplay from Jujutsu Kaisen, look no further your tutorial is here! (And if it’s not…ask me to do one! I love new ideas and new challenges and helping my fellow cosplayers.)

So let’s get started, shall we?

Alrighty, so first off this tutorial is honestly gonna be pretty short and straightforward because yours truly found out…it really doesn’t take much to style go figure. The first step is pretty simple and doesn’t take too much patience or time. All you have to do is fluff it up so to speak. What I mean by this is take a thin tooth comb and take parts of the wig and brush upwards in quick movements. But brush underneath the fibers because if you brush on top you’re going to get a lot of static and frizz. I learned that the hard way. So in the end, the wig should start looking like this.

Next and last is the step that takes a lot of patience and a lot more hairspray. Start with the chunks of hair in the front so you can make that look Sukuna has whenever he immediately changes from Yuji. So, what you do is grab a chunk so it looks like a triangle—as if you were going to just make a spikey wig. Twist the tip of the chunk so it spikes and flatten the whole chunk with either hair gel or the styling paste. Then with the hairspray spray both on top and under it and flatten it slightly on the base so it looks like the hair is sticking up slightly at an angle. Make sure to hold it in place for at least three or so minutes else wise that sucker will come undone and trust me that can get frustrating.

After you get the frontal part done, just continue the flattening spike method until you hit the end of the pink hair fibers. Just finish it off with one last wave of hairspray and voila! You have your newly styled Sukuna wig!

That’s all for this tutorial! I hope this helped and if you have any questions feel free to ask! And if you have any wig styling tutorial requests or article ideas in general I’d love to hear ‘em!

That’s all for now…

Rebel Fae out!

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