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Hairstyles - Wigs and Fashion

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Hey neighbors!!

There has been a lot of thought and talk about hairstyles and such around our home lately.  We have four daughters, age 16 and up, that still live at home.  Each one has their own thoughts on hairstyles and fashion.

My youngest at 16, is the most adventurous when it comes hair styles and the colors she likes to wear.  She presently has side-swept bangs and loves to put the back up in a messy bun.  Her colors are almost always bright and colorful.  She is also interested in learning how to style hair.  Our hairdresser has suggested that she check into purchasing wigs and mannequin heads to practice on.  I know she would love styling and then of course wearing a wig.


Do any of my neighbors here ever wear wigs?  At Divatress you can choose from long, silky, wigs to short curly wigs.  It used to be quite common for women to have more than one wig and change then them out occasionally for a different look.  I remember my mother owned a couple.  They are of course commonly used for costumes, and another large use of wigs is for women and men who have experienced hair loss.  Hair loss can be attributed to aging or medication and medical treatments.  Many wigs today look so natural, you would have a hard time telling it was a wig, unless you knew the person well and knew what they had a wig on.  Wigs allow people with hair loss to feel more like they used to.

Purchasing a wig whether long, straight, or curly, gives you an opportunity to experiment with a different look.  For those who don't need a full wig, you can find partial wigs, as well as a plethora of hair pieces.  I was unaware until recently, that you can purchase buns.  I knew about ponytails and braids, but not buns.  would you consider a wig or other hair piece?

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