2010: Red Devil
3. 2010: Red Devil
To do this costume, Rozz had to hire a professional makeup artist. The artist not only applied full-on prosthetics, like horns and scary bumps, but she also painted Rozz with incredibly lifelike bright red paint. In total, the look cost $240 – a pretty great deal considering that the Joker costume cost twice as much.
Unlike typical kiddie body paint, which creases and cakes, Rozz’s red devil makeup was so durable that that it left a pink tinge on her skin the next day.
“The paint job and prosthetics were so good that I wasn’t worried over whether they’d stay intact,” Rozz says. “I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to take them off. I had to use paint thinner to remove all the chemicals from the prosthetic glue on my face.”
Not surprisingly, this costume elicited a number of responses from passersby and friends. “I got into a cab and it just had to be driven by a Jehovah’s Witness,” Rozz said. “He gave me so much s*** about celebrating a pagan holiday and worshiping the devil. I told him to stop talking, but he refused!”