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First Time Fitting Your Wig

Posted on 16th November 2010

If you're staying in hospital (an inpatient) and having a wig provided on the NHS, the nurses will organize a wig fitter to come and visit you...

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3 Major Benefits Of A 100% Human Hair Wig

Posted on 9th November 2010

There are 3 major benefits that a 100% Human Hair Wig has as opposed to a synthetic wig...

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The Right Density For Your Lace Front Wig

Posted on 5th November 2010

A lace front wig is a wig made with human hair hand tied to a lace base. Lace front and full lace wigs are the newest innovation in non-surgical hair replacement systems...

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Celebrity Lace Wigs

Posted on 2nd November 2010

The public believe a lot of celebrities do wear lace wigs. This is because not only are lace wigs fascinating, but they also...

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Wigs History

Posted on 29th October 2010

Egyptian artifacts and wall painting on ancient tombs reveal wigs were very common (Love 2001). Most Egyptians found it easier to...

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Lace Front Wigs For Black Women

Posted on 26th October 2010

Wig-lover loves herself some lace front wigs.

Today , the newest style of hair wigs have improve a lot over...

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How Can I Start Lace Wigs Business?

Posted on 22th October 2010

First thing you need to know all types of the lace wigs well, you also do some investigate at the same time...

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Full Lace Wigs Is The Best Way To Solve Hair Losing

Posted on 19th October 2010

Many customers' hair are in the trouble from the ill, which make losing hair day by day. Is there any good way to solve the problem?...

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How To Clean A Lace Front Wig

Posted on 16th October 2010

You should regularly wash your front lace wigs to keep them clean and to make them last longer....

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Combing & Brushing Your Lace Unit Properly

Posted on 12th October 2010

Just simply using an "average" toothed combed or extremely fine toothed comb on your unit… or a regular bristle brush repeatedly...

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