10 Lilith Cosplays

Cos Couture is back! I loved my winter break but I have missed you all so much. I’ve got dozens of awesome lineups heading your way so let’s start the new year with one of my favorite games. Borderlands! Meet my 10 choices to ring in the new year and give their pages a like. They deserve it!
402263_216489068444254_1491004003_nFirst up is Nebulaluben, and I could hang this photo of her Lilith on my wall. She is absolutely stunning! Find incredible costume work, body painting, and photography on her page. You won’t be disappointed!
Photographer: Fotógrafo Jose Manchado

10013357_777867935581347_10768675_n Variable is a makeup artist and cosplayer you need to be following. Look at those gorgeous, smokey eyes. Visit her page for several more photos and prepare to be impressed!
Photographer: Echoing Artemis

10534630_852406984769559_4535394601872146867_nI’m a huge fan of Cool By Proxy Productions and this duo brings it with Borderlands. Check out this genderbend! These two have a style all their own so visit for some seriously cool cosplay albums.
Photographer: BriLan Imagery

523583_417557111623726_1999339272_nGet addicted to Rascal [ R4Hscal ]’s rapid fire timeline. Her uploads are as incredible as her costume work and she’s so much fun to follow!
Photographer: E Photography

401264_292963177417685_342542517_nI would not recognize Nadyasonika if I met her. This couture level costumer is one of the most extraordinary chameleons I have even seen. Her morphable face and extreme costuming skills make every album seem like a different person. You’ll fall hard for her, I promise!
Photographer: Lu Guevara

422110_336881506355035_2072837032_n Those eyes! This is Yasemin Arslan – Vera Chimera Cosplay and I lose an hour every time I visit her page. Cosplay truly is art, and Yasmin’s page is like strolling through a gallery.
Hair by: Lyndall Vile
Photographer: Benjamin Koelewijn

1530485_301909243336371_979394392435894748_n Friscoblondie is an amazing, detail oriented cosplayer. Look at the cell shading on her hair alone! Visit her page for outstanding armor, makeup, and costuming creations.
Photographer: Cayden Vierra Cosplay

1981742_366423070189505_5082461171454762967_nThis photo edit of Skunk Cosplay made my day. She looks like she’s right out of the game! Visit her page for several more photos of her Lilith. Each one is a treasure!
Photographer: So Say We All
Edit by: So Say We All

10524668_357952381053979_3171239399355347705_nKisses from Texie Jo Cosplays! This girl is such a doll. I have a blast every time I visit her page and her personality just shines through. I adore her!
Photographer: ACCosplay

1376420_597539053671544_1168947640_nLast but never least, I just plain love Tarah-Rex Cosplay and her smokey eyes. This designer has cosplay albums guaranteed to keep you clicking so drop by, but be warned. You will say!
Photographer: Shaylene Hebert

That is it for today, but I have so many amazing things heading your way. More articles, more cosplay albums, and more conventions! Get ready, because we’re about to get busy!

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