Dec 12 2012

They are horns, not ears…

Sometimes I have to wonder if costume designers understand what certain items they sell are. For example there is a difference between bunny ears and, oh, I dunno… Succubus horns mebby?

Devil Ears Headband

For some reason that I cannot understand, this pair of Devil Horns is sold as the Devil Ears Headband. And I don’t see how someone could make what I think is an obvious error, but that’s just me probably…

One size fits all of course and they are red metallic devil horns attached to a black fabric headband.

It sells for $7 US on a lot of different costume sites.

I don’t understand why there is fuzz on these horns. There shouldn’t be, it looks wrong even if your hair matches the black of the fabric they used, so why add it?

I think I would like them a bit more if the fuzz wasn’t there, but they are a bit too large for my liking and that also makes them less attractive to me…

Two pitchforks out of five.

The name don’t help, and there are better ones to be found I promise…




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    To be fair to the costume designers, it was probably a publicity/sales person–who, no doubt, wants to see all women dressed as variations on the Playboy bunny–who gave these the unfortunate name.

    But they are still too big, wich may have produced that nasty scalp reaction (the fuzz).

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