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  • Posted on October 11, 2010 by Wig Expert

    An editorial in the October issue of Numéro magazine featured wigs in fashion, retro garments and big hair. The model was styled in several brunette and blonde afro wigs. Who knew - even puffy afros can be high fashion!

     

    If you like this look, get similar afro wigs on Wigs.com. Try these:

    These wigs in fashion are available in natural tones as well as crazy fantasy colors like pink, blue, even rainbow!


    This post was posted in African American, Trends and was tagged with afro wigs, wig styles, wigs in fashion

  • Posted on October 6, 2010 by Wig Expert

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  • Posted on October 5, 2010 by Wig Expert

    Eek! Naomi Campbell was spotted during a photoshoot in New York with an unfortunate but common hair condition - tension alopecia.

    Tension alopecia like Naomi's can result from too many months (or years) wearing braid-in and glue-in weaves as well as wigs that require harsh adhesives. Those adhesives and weaves may feel more secure at the time, but look at what they can lead to!

    Poor Naomi. The fashion industry is tough - especially for a hot commodity working model like Naomi Campbell. Models are always having to do and re-do hair for photo shoots and shows as stylists are constantly in their hair. Don't worry Naomi... your hair will grow back in time. Just be gentle with it and good to your scalp! No more glue-on wigs or extensions for you. Try lace front wigs that do NOT require tape or adhesive to avoid tension alopecia.

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    This post was posted in wigs and was tagged with adhesives, alopecia, braid, fashion models, glue, hair care, hair condition, Naomi Campbell, tension alopecia, weaves

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