Ever wonder what it would be like to have a clone of yourself? Well, with the DOTA 2 Meepo Cowl you can finally clone up to four versions of yourself! Eh… just kidding. This Cowl doesn’t have any special cloning powers. Still, it’s made from a comfy jersey knit/cotton blend, and the ears are made from something called Velboa, with is a very soft acrylic fabric. So, no on the cloning and teleporting, but yes in regards to the cowl being extremely comfortable. At least that’s something, right?

Check out another picture of the cowl after the break…

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If you’re not ready to commit to full costumes from Frozen, you can start with a corset. Etsy shop Lovely Rat’s Custom Clothing has come up with designs for Anna and Elsa, and the underbust corsets are made to order. The Elsa one is blue trimmed with white, lighter blue and crystal accents. The Anna corset is currently on sale and features warmer colors and lovely embroidered flowers. They could be worked into costumes or worn as part of an everyday ensemble.

See the Anna design after the break.

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A Super Stylish TARDIS Wallet

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When you need a wallet that’s bigger on the inside, a TARDIS design is the only way to go. Especially if it’s as pretty as this one! The Doctor Who ladies wallet looks like it has plenty of slots and places to store your IDs, credit cards, cash, and psychic paper. Even though it’s bright blue, the design manages to be chic and suitable for daytime or nighttime events.

There’s also a similar version for guys, which you can see after the break…

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So, it’s come to this. Smart phone selfies are all over social media, and it doesn’t seem to be a trend that’s going away anytime soon. Some manufacturers are trying to dive into the selfie wave and Wet Brush is one of them.  Enter the SelfieBrush. It’s a hairbrush that’s designed to hold an iPhone 5 or 5s.

You can brush your hair with one side and flip it over to take selfies; the side of the brush with the phone also has a mirror. I understand that they’re trying to be hip or whatever, but I can’t imagine consumers purchasing tons of these gadgets. Am I wrong?

Yes, there’s another picture after the break.

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I always say that I keep my hair long because it gives me styling flexibility, but most of the time I just put it up in a hair clip. That’s because I can never wrangle it with products or anything else. Artist Cassandra has come up with a series of comics that perfectly showcases the differences between hair expectations and reality. I pretty much feel this way every time I attempt to style my hair.

See more hair problems after the break. Also, Winter Is Coming (and you know what that means)…

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Oh, Harley Quinn–the apple of Mr.J’s eye. Sure, she’s a little on the twisted side, but she’s also one of DC’s most beloved comic book villains, and her character is truly one-of-a-kind. So, if you have a thing for Harley, then you might just want to pick up this Harley Quinn Jester Hoodie. It’s perfect if you’re planning on cosplaying as Harley, or if you’re going to jump out of a cake and take on some cape-wearing vigilante. If you’re planning on doing the latter, you might want to wear the detachable mask which comes with this hoodie. It’s essential if you’re planning on misbehaving in Gotham!

Check out the back of the hoodie after the break…

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It’s pretty cool that people can now print up their own prosthetic hands, but one guy has made them even cooler with the addition of Wolverine claws. Aaron Brown volunteers with Enabling the Future and he created a set of Wolverine claws to work with 3D printed prosthetic hands. From TechCrunch:

“The Comic loving nerd inside of me (along with some Facebook friends) said there is no way I can make a Wolverine hand without CLAWS…so I modeled some in Sketchup the morning before the makerfaire, printed ‘em, spray painted ‘em silver and velcro’d ‘em on there. Turned out pretty darn cool!

Brown has now been building the Wolverine claws for kids from a shop he recently set up after debuting them at the Grand Rapids Maker Faire. Plans for the hands themselves can be downloaded for free at Thingiverse.

(via TechCrunch)

rocky horror

MAC Cosmetics is giving new meaning to the words, “Don’t dream it, be it” with the announcement of a 21-piece collection based on The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

They’ve got a lipstick Frank-N-Furter, gold glitter for Columbia, a Riff Raff eye palette, lashes that Magenta would love and much more. Eye liners, both liquid and pencils, powders, mascara, even greasepaint pencils for those eyebrow accents we all know and love.

Something tells me a lot of the Transyvanians who still do floor shows at RHPS midnight showings are going to be thrilled when they hear the news.

The collection will be available online at MAC in October, but you can get a first look at some of the items after the break.

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It’s hard to hide one of those little square engagement ring boxes, so Andrew Zo has designed a case that holds a ring and is no thicker than your average wallet. It’s just 1 cm thick and holds the ring flat inside until it’s opened, unfolding like origami to present the ring on a little stand at just the right moment. They’re currently swamped with orders, but you can sign up for their mailing list and be notified when the case is back in stock.

See more pictures after the break.

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These gorgeous scarves are the creation of Roza Khamitova who has designed them to look like you’re wrapping yourself in the wings of an owl. Each handmade cotton scarf is digitally printed with a wing design and is large enough to use as a wrap, halter, or even a turban.

See more pictures after the break.

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