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Ok, so I'm addicted. I love having my head bald shaven, but I've started getting excited about wigs lately. Does anyone have any really good suggestions on where to get a synthetic fiber wig that doesn't look like it came from a party supply store, preferably for less than 100 bucks?
I'm watching about 20 auctions on ebay, so I've got that pretty well covered.. any other ideas?
If you were in San Francisco, I'd have the perfect recommendation for you. That's the only town where I ever got good wigs.
why not draw hair on with a permanent marker pen lol you could create a whole new trend.....jimmy
Friends don't let friends use a sharpie to mimic hair, jimmy. An Example:
http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/gg16 … HARPIE.jpg
This isn't what you're looking for. It's human hair, very expensive (over $3000) and in Australia. However!... it may interest you anyway, and will only cost you one mouse click to check it out: http://www.freedomwigs.com.au
The only reason I'm mentioning it is because I met Martine (who owns Freedom Wigs) in real life and I never would have known she was wearing a wig. That was until she took it off to show me her bald head.
Even after she put it back on it was still hard to believe it wasn't her real hair. The rubber (or latex or whatever it is) cap is molded to the individuals head. So the wearer can actually swim with it on, not worry about it being whipped away by a gust of wind. In fact if you pull on the hair itself, it won't come off. It needs to be released on the sides near the temples. It was amazing.
Of course you could always buy yourself 30 good synthetic ones for the same cost. And if you do that be sure to make a hub about it!
I think this thread calls for a bewigged profile picture update.
Yes, that's really me, wearing a wig and walking the catwalk in a fashion show when I worked for a fetishwear company.
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Do Devout Christian Women Get Concerned About Wearing Human Hair Wigs?Human hair wigs that have not been certified whether the hair was cut from women who were performing rituals for idol worship?
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I don't know about you but I find a woman without hair completely revolting.. yuk!As I was going to the pharmacy today I bumped into this girl who scared the pajamas of me as she was totally bald.. She really did look...
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