10 Steampunk Cosplays


Steampunk cosplay always makes me smile and I can’t seem to stop collecting for new articles. They just inspire me so much! In today’s feature I have some fabulous people I want to introduce you to. Each one is an artist and a treasure so get ready to click some links. They will destroy your […]

10 Steampunk Cosplays


Ready for a little steam, because I can’t get enough! There are endless ways to create a steampunk design and the only limitations are the imaginations of the people creating them. My archives are filling up fast with tons of creative cosplays so meet 10 more of my favorite steamy cosplayers and prepare to be […]

11 Steampunk Makeup Designs

steampunk by rebeca saray

My makeup archives have been sadly neglected lately and that’s such a shame. There are so many amazing artists and concepts out there just waiting to be discovered and sometimes just one piece, one little thing, is the key to inspiration. From gritty to glamour these 11 steampunk makeup designs hold their own but adding […]

Gothic Costumes and Portraits


Ah, the blacks. I’ve always been inspired by the dark, smokey, slightly seductive side of costuming and I really think that it’s a natural springboard into cosplay, if it isn’t already! For some reason the emotion seems stronger here and a simple photo can stir something in you that you didn’t know was there. Every […]

Spotlight on Paige Gardner the Costume Artist!


Today’s featured artist is such an inspiration to me. Meet Paige Gardner the Costume Artist! This steampunk cosplayer is impossible to classify. She’s a little steampunk, a little dieselpunk, a little bio-mechanical, and a little rock and roll. It’s cutting edge stuff and she does it all without knowing how to sew! I didn’t believe […]

9 Steampunk Designs


First up is Ivy Mod’Aile Amateur, a cosplayer with a Facebook page so beautiful it will take your breath away. Every single album is a stunner but its her steampunk work that really made me smile. Notice the hand. It actually pops off and she “fixes” it with a key! That’s clever, and seriously cool. […]



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  • I think part of my weakness for 1940s hair is how *neat and pretty* it is at the same time as it's *securely stowed.* Pin these styles well enough (and maybe even pomade them a little, I don't know), and you don't have to be terrified of wind. You can go on about your business without forever worrying about your hair. And that's. ~relieved sigh~ That's worth somethin'.

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  • If you don't have bobby pins, try it with two hair ties. Start by pulling the back half of your hair into a high ponytail using one tie. Then, pull the rest of your hair into a larger ponytail around the first. This will give you the height and pop you are looking for!

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