Men

Scoops Ahoy Workers from Stranger Things

In Stranger Things 3, Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) and Robin Buckley (Maya Hawke) work summer jobs at Scoops Ahoy, an ice cream shop at the Starcourt Mall. They’re dressed in adorable sailor outfits and greet customers in sea-life lingo.

Sir Pendergast from Disenchantment

In Disenchantment, Sir Pendergast is a Knight of the Zog Table. He seems to be their leader, carelessly sending other knights like Mortimer the Expendable to their deaths. Sir Pendergast has fulfilled quests for King Zog and Princess Bean, including retrieving Elfo’s fake girlfriend.

Rick Dalton from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Rick Dalton from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Rick Dalton (Leonardo Dicaprio) who starred in the Western TV show Bounty Law in the 1960s, but now finds himself struggling to transition to feature films. Neighbors with Sharon Tate, he contemplates moving to Italy which has become a hotbed for low-budget Western movies.

Derek Hale from Teen Wolf

Derek Hale

Derek Hale (Tyler Hoechlin) is a character from MTV’s hit show, Teen Wolf. He is the resident werewolf of Beacon Hills, and becomes a mentor to newly bitten Scott McCall. He is a recurring main character, and is one half of the show’s most popular ship, Sterek. His outfits are casual, but his style has a bad boy werewolf edge with a dark color scheme and signature leather jackets.

Derek has a tattoo of a triskele symbol on his back, so you can draw that with black marker or eyeliner. In later seasons, he has stubble. This can be achieved with makeup by using a stippling sponge and black face paint.

Guardian Angels from It's Always Sunny

Guardian Angels from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

In It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, when Mac (Rob McElhenney) and Dee (Kaitlin Olson) have trouble with a bum behind Paddy’s Pub, they start a citizens justice group. Not satisfied just acting as neighborhood watch and calling the police, Mac designs a uniform with sleeveless shirts and berets that resembles the Guardian Angels, and equips himself with a mini baseball bat.

Chico Marx

Chico Marx

Chico Marx is a member of the sibling vaudeville troupe Marx Brothers. Chico played the part of a rural Italian con artist who is uneducated but crafty and charming, sporting shabby clothes and a Tyrolean hat. He’s often partners with Harpo in trying to outfox Groucho.

Gabriel from Good Omens

Gabriel from Good Omens

In Good Omens, Gabriel (Jon Hamm) is an archangel and the leader of Heaven’s forces, including angel Aziraphale. As far as angels go, Gabriel is brash, confident, and immaculately dressed, much like Hamm’s earlier character Don Draper.

Andy from Toy Story 4

Andy from Toy Story 4

In the flashbacks at the beginning of Toy Story 4, Andy appears as a kid again, but a few years older. He is seen wearing he’s red cowboy hat, a blue t-shirt with white sleeves and a darker blue border, blue jeans, and black Converse sneakers. Pixar has made some big leaps since the design of Andy in Toy Story 1.

Henry Spencer from Eraserhead

Henry Spencer from Eraserhead

In David Lynch’s debut Eraserhead, Henry Spencer (Jack Nance) is a working man who is left alone to care for his grossly deformed newborn baby in a desolate industrial wasteland. To faithfully repliacate Spencer’s hair, you’ll want to remove Elvis’s muttonchops from the wig.

Groucho Marx

Groucho Marx

Groucho Marx is a member and the third brother of the vaudeville act the Marx Brothers. His distinctive appearance is famed for the round spectacles, thick greasepaint mustache and eyebrows, and ever-present cigar. Groucho is a master of the witty one-liner.