Hell I had a mole on my leg removed and they gave me a paper saying not to swim for 2 weeks while it healed.
My friend had top surgery last year in June and was out from swimming till after September and he was healing well. Can't even see his scars now. Plus swimming puts a ton of stress on the upper body and arms- areas that use the chest muscles. So it's a horrible idea to swim when healing that area.>>9908099 Maybe should of not had MAJOR SURGERY BEFORE THE CON THEN>>9908159
The person in the cosplay isn't going to heal correctly. Women can pop the c-section scars open when they're healed to that stage from swimming, This person took a huge risk. Their chest isn't properly healed. >>9908252
Legit critique, get proper wig cutting scissors, and invest in wig detangle spray for long wigs (cooking spray works but looks oily so be careful if you go that route). Cat ears are very over done, especially with the bell. From the pose it's hard to see the top, but it looks cleanly sewn. Wear dance tights under your costume. It keeps things looking nice and reduces jiggle (I love them for that fact, I've got big thighs too), Your pink socks are too thin of a fabric, so they show the seam inside and one looks really messy/zigzaggy. Also look up some cosplay pose guides for more flattering photos.
OCs don't get much love, so if trying to get better known for cosplays, don't do them a ton. Like use them for Halloween, but not a con.