How to Create a WWF Costume - Stone Cold Steve Austin

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How to Create a WWF Costume - Stone Cold Steve Austin. Steve Austin may be MIA in the WWF, but that doesn't mean you can't dress up and drop a Stone Cold Stunner on Halloween night.

Things You'll Need

  • Halloween Makeup Kits
  • Boots
  • Microfiber Vests
  • Shorts
  • Glitter
  • Knee Pads
  • Spray Paints
  • Wristbands
  • Knee pads
  • Shave your head completely. If you aren't ready to do this, certain specialty costume shops sell a thin rubber skin that wraps over your head to create the bald look artificially.

  • Use eyeliner to draw on a mustache and goatee, if necessary. Some Halloween makeup kits also come with fake mustaches and goatees, as well as instructions for applying the artificial facial hair.

  • Create the Stone Cold vest. Cut a thin piece of leather or polyester so that the vest opens up in the front (from top to bottom) and covers the entire back.

  • Paint the Stone Cold skull on the back center of the vest. Use silver spray paint to color in the skull, which has red eyes and a mean stare (search the Web for pictures of the vest). Spray the words "Stone Cold" or "Hell, Yeah" around the skull.

  • Paint a smaller version of the Stone Cold skull on the front left side of the vest. On the front right side, paint the name "Austin" vertically in big block letters; start with the letter "A" on the top.

  • Wear black wrestling trunks; regular black shorts will work, too.

  • Slide on black wristbands, along with black knee pads and large black wrestling boots (black shoes are a viable alternative).

  • Walk with the Stone Cold swagger and attitude as you trick-or-treat, but don't flip anyone off or start guzzling beer. Save that for the real Steve Austin.

  • See "Create a Muscular Body Builder Costume" (under Related eHows) to create a better physique, if necessary. Your fake muscles will cover up your naked torso.

Tips & Warnings

  • Instead of the vest, you may want to sport a black T-shirt with the familiar logo "Austin 3:16" printed across the chest.
  • Apply silver glitter to the skull and the letters of your vest for a more sparkly look.
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