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Modern & Natural Styles for Women of Color

Posted on February 7, 2014 by Wig Expert There have been 0 comments

Wigs.com celebrates Black History Month by showcasing our fabulous assortment of African American wigs. Fabulous brands that focus on, and design with the African American woman in mind. From Sherri Shepherd to Vivica Fox, we offer over 150 different styles to choose from. Modern and natural styles for women of color.

Modern & Natural Styles for Women of Color

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Sherri Shepherd NOW Wigs

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This wig collection reflects the magnetic personality of Daytime Emmy® Award Winner, Sherri Shepherd™. Short and sassy, long and sexy or curly and fierce; you can easily change your hairstyle and transform your whole look to fit whatever your day brings.

Vivica Fox Wigs

SHOP: VIVICA FOX WIGS | THIS STYLE

Fitting with the superstar herself, this line is at once unique and stylish. Great quality wigs and hair extensions are available in multiple styles and hair types. Enjoy finding the style that brings out the superstar in you!

Motown Tress Wigs

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Motown Tress is the oldest African American wig manufacturer with the largest selection to choose from. Their variety of styles include lace front, synthetic and human hair, half wigs and hairpieces. Motown Tress offers tomorrow's hair fashions today!

Forever Young Wigs

SHOP: FOREVER YOUNG WIGS | THIS STYLE

The Forever Young wig and hairpiece collection features short, medium, long and extra long wigs. Find natural and brightly colored wigs and elegant hairpieces that assure every girl can find what she’s looking for. Get runway style with these affordable and high fashion wigs!

 


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