Werewolf costumes: fangs

Alot of people right now are searching for werewolf costumes, and the werewolf fang is part of it.  Werewolf fangs typically look very scary – you’ll see sharp canine teeth on both the top and the bottom, whereas vampires typically only have the sharp teeth at the top. This look can be achieved in a werewolf costume by using custom dental fit fangs which you cap over your teeth with an adhesive.  Many stores this halloween are carrying this essential part of the werewolf costume.

In talking about fangs, you can see that you can tell alot about the type of creature just by looking at the teeth.  I’ve attached pictures of the traditional vampire fang, as well as the more uncommon vampire demon fangs below. Looking at them you can see the big difference between them and the werewolf fangs.

werewolf fangs

werewolf fangs

werewolf fangs

werewolf fangs

vampire fangs

vampire fangs

Demon Vampire Fangs

Demon Vampire Fangs

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  1. October 29, 2012

    […] or a vampire, you’re going to need fangs! Most people go out to a halloween costume store and buy their fangs – you can find them near the makeup in little boxes and pouches, and often can choose between […]

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