EDITED BY BRiana Edwards
By Lauren Huff
The true-crime drama's costume designer, makeup artist, and hairstylist share behind-the-scenes photos and tricks of the trade.
Three different wigs were used to create the bulk of the Michelle Carter looks. The first wig was 23 inches in length and covered Michelle's younger, pre-trial years.
The second wig captures the "iconic shoulder-length look" that Michelle donned before she was sentenced. It was cut to match the many photos available from the trial.
Makeup artist Erin Ayanian collected as many images of Michelle as she could source, and "watched every documentary out there multiple times" to prepare for her work on The Girl From Plainville.
To source the clothes, costume designer Mirren Gordon-Crozier went down "a complete Internet hole" to find the exact same clothes and shoes that Michelle wore in real life. Surprisingly, that was the easy (albeit time-consuming) part.