Use a pair of flush diagonal cutter to clean up the deposits left over from printing
A coat of glossy golden spray paint will add shiny separation to the transperanet purple front.
Wait about 45 mintues for the paint to dry and remove the masking tape. You can use tweezers to help get the stuck edges.
Build an off and on switch by shortening and soldering a JST extension cable to a slide switch as shown. Don't forget to add the heat shrink tube before soldering!
Determine how long you'd like the LED strip to be and carefully cut the strip and sheathing.
Solder the three silicone wires for power, ground and digital to the top of the trinket. Use a pair of third helping hands to secure hold the neopixel strips and trinket while soldering.
Build a "Y" connection in the wiring to connect the two strips on each side of the helmet. Build another set with two on each side for a total of four strips for the front part of the helmet.
Once your happy with the layout of the strips, secure each one down with your favorite adhesive.
Use small pieces of double sided foam tape to secure the trinkets right above the ears curves.
Now your ready to code some animation into the two Trinkets!