Avatar Kyoshi

Kyoshi is a character in the Nickelodeon series Avatar: The Last Airbender. She was a previous Avatar who came from the Earth kingdom. She created an era of peace by vanquishing Chin the Conquerer. According to legend, she was a ruthless, fearsome warrior — who also had rather long feet! Her legacy carries on with the Dai Li, as well as the Kyoshi warriors, an all-female group who fight and defend in her honor. When applying the makeup, you can use this image of Kyoshi for reference. Use the white face paint as the base, the red face paint for the eyes, and black eyeliner for the wings and brows.

Aang from Avatar: The Last Airbender

Aang is a youthful Avatar, originating from the lost Airbender tribe. He’s discovered by a young Water Nation girl named Katara, mysteriously encased in a block of ice. His childhood began ages ago, with most of his friends from his early memories having grown up. Luckily for him, he finds friendship and camaraderie with Katara, her brother Sokka, and even an old foe. But can they keep his childish nature in check so he can save the world?

Katara from Avatar The Last Airbender

Katara from Avatar: The Last Airbender

Katara is a teenage girl from the Water Tribe with waterbending abilities. One fateful day, on an outing with her older brother Sokka, she encounters a young boy seemingly trapped inside an iceberg hundreds of times his size. That boy is the Avatar, a master bender of the four elements. Katara and Sokka become his friends and allies, protecting him (and sometimes keeping his natural childishness in check) on a harrowing, three-season adventure. Katara dresses warmly to suit the icy climate she grew up in – to imitate the heavy fur robe she wears, you can add fur trim to the collar and hem of the wrap dress we’ve listed above. To achieve Katara’s hairstyle, check out this tutorial from Sil Vous Plaits.

Prince Zuko from Avatar: The Last Airbender

Prince Zuko of the Fire Kingdom is originally Avatar: The Last Airbender’s antagonist voiced by Dante Basco. Over time his character really develops allowing the viewer to see all sides of his complex life story. This is a fun cosplay for people that love to work with makeup. Recreating Zuko’s burn scars may take some time and patience but will look amazing if you do it right.