Mannequin Heads

Hi! And welcome to my Mannequin Heads Page.  This is where I will list all the assemblages that are made using mannequin heads. Some are the mannequin heads a hair stylist might use to practice on, while others are styrofoam head forms, the kind used to display wigs or hats.

I created these various pages so that visitors who may be interested in seeing a specific genre of the work I've made over the years, can see them all in one place.

If you see one that is of interest to you, and you would like to read more about the piece, click on the title, and you will be taken to the page where I have described the piece and the process.

As you will see, each piece is unique and one of a kind.

A RED DOT  next to the title indicates that a piece is sold. If you would like one of your very own, email me.  I happily take commissions, and am able to ship anywhere. 

Have fun looking, and let me know what you think. 

"More Than Words" 

"Liar, Liar"  


  1. Hi Rebecca, these are great, love them! I have a question, are any of these done using Styrofoam heads? I just obtained two and was debating on decoupaging or making Halloween ghosts. Have you tried decoupage on styrofoam?

    1. Brenda, I don't know why, but I just saw this question from you, regarding styrofoam heads. Yes. I have used them, in fact there are two in this collection, "Edna" and "More than Words", both are styrofoam, all the others are mannequin heads, the kind a hair stylist might use to practice on. Both work just fine. they take the glue (i use elmers white glue, watered down a bit) to attache the papers, and then i seal them with Liquitex Gloss Varnish Medium.
      ps: it's only been a few years , , , , where have I been? Thanks for your question.

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