Pinning this wig to look like the one in the photo. Yes, kids, lots of preparation goes into every single #universeofone photo.
I’m surprised that none of the magazine interviewers, or any of my followers, ever asked me what my tattoos mean. I don’t hide them and sometimes I use them to my advantage to help reinforce a character stereotype.
Sometimes the lack of curiosity in this era of information is what makes me truly sad.
I am super proud of my makeup tonight. I got rid of my eyelid crease and also gave myself fuller cheeks. The subtlety was challenging. (at facebook.com/Universeofone)
Hey sorry I can’t make it to your birthday show tonight @supposedcomedian but happy birthday from your twin, Chad Wago! (at facebook.com/Universeofone)
When I was a kid, I dreamed of becoming a Disney animator and remember how they made faces in the mirrors by their desks to get the expressions right. I do that with each person I transform into, rehearsing each expression long before any makeup even touches my face. (at facebook.com/Universeofone)
BRB, turning into a painting… (at facebook.com/Universeofone)
I also made these kick ass epaulettes from scratch! #universeofone (at facebook.com/Universeofone)