Michael Myers mask suffering from alopecia - how can I fix this?

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Arktic

Active Member
So, I recently moved house and as part of the move, I bagged up my Michael Myers Halloween II mask in what I thought was an airtight vacuum bag. It appears there was a stowaway though, because a few months later I’ve gone back to the bag and realised that it is full of moths, and they’ve basically eaten away all the hair, which has left Michael looking slightly less than screen accurate, shall we say...

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You can see what must be moth eggs in what’s left of his previously luscious locks -

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Does anyone have a cost-effective way that I can repair the mask? I threw out the moth-infested hair, so I suppose I’ll need to buy some new hair and attach it somehow. Or will it work out cheaper just to buy a whole new mask?
 

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Mr Mold Maker

Master Member
You could head over to The Woolery and pick up something like Churro Top. One bag would be plenty to rehair the mask with a lot left over. Use rubber cement or E6000 to glue it down.

The mask originally would have had adult camel top hair on it, but that stuff is crazy hard to find these days. Alternatively you could find mohair top but you usually have to dye it. Crepe hair would work too.
 

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