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How to Dress Like Beavis
Beavis has a big poof of blonde hair in an unruly new wave style. You can either style your own hair in a similar look, or you can purchase a blonde wig from any Halloween store or costume website and use styling products to get Beavis’s signature look.
Beavis has two very recognizable facial features: one is his squiggly eyebrows angled downwards towards his nose, which you can recreate for your costume with a black eyebrow pencil. The other is his massive underbite which shows off his ugly smile.
Practice some of Beavis’s facial expressions in the mirror to nail down the right look before your party or cosplay con.
It’s no surprise that as a typical 90s era American teen, Beavis would dress like one with his baggy blue Metallica t-shirt, his faded gray summer shorts and his hiked-up white sports socks.
Buy a Metallica t-shirt or use a plain blue t-shirt and some black fabric paint to create your own.
Search retail websites and shopping malls for a decent pair of shorts, and for the socks, you can use any high-topped pair of white socks you can find.
Beavis wears plain black sneakers, which you can pick up at any local shoe shop or retail website. Beavis is also a music fan, especially in one memorable scene where he admires a Bon Jovi video, so pick up some 90’s cassette tapes or CD’s of some of Beavis’s favorite tunes to carry with you.
Beavis has an alter-ego which appears whenever he drinks too much caffeine. He pulls his shirt up over his head, speaks with a funny accent and shouts mixed-up and crass phrases as he runs around like a maniac. He calls his alter-ego Cornholio.
For an extra step in your costume, you can pull your shirt up over your head and practice moving around the way Beavis does when he’s on a caffeine high!
Get a friend to dress up as Beavis’s best friend Butthead so you can both attend your latest cosplay event together!
I am the Great Cornholio, I need T.P. for my bunghole
Beavis in Action