• 80's Big Hair Band Member

    CVS Extra Bucks Program-rocker.jpg All that is needed for a 'Big Hair Rocker' costume is likely to be found around the house. First, you'll need to find any pair of old jeans. The tighter, the better. If desired, you may want to acid wash the jeans. A belt affixed with any type of metal stud to sit on the hips - (not through the belt loops!) the key to this costume is all about the hair.

    Flip your head upside down, and tease it like it called you names. Stand back up and before you lose the 'oomph', spray your hair. Use enough hairspray so that the hair would withstand 50mph wind.

    Apply a thick line of black eyeliner on the bottom lash.

    Tie a folded handkerchief around the head, on the forehead and tie it tightly in back. A shirt is optional, but a concert shirt with slits in the sides would be perfect.

    A pink or red hue of lipstick can be added if desired.

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