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I finally did something with my hair that I have been wanting to do for a LONG time. After years of toxic hair relaxers, wearing [expensive] hair extensions, and learning to care for my natural kinky hair…
I am wigging out–literally. My story and how I came to this decision is all contained in the video below.
Perhaps this would be a taboo topic for some women but I’d feel like such an a-hole if people who saw me on a daily basis actually thought that I took the time to curl my hair every. single. day. I’m also one of those people who just can’t NOT talk about something that I love so much.
How cool is it that when people ask me how I do my hair, I can just tell them exactly where to buy their own?!
I’ve gotten to be very passionate about my wigs and there probably will be wig reviews in the future.
I’m so excited to be able to change my hair length/color/style as often as I change my outfits without doing any damage to my natural hair. My natural hair is actually much thicker now that it’s in a protective style most of the time.
And white girls–wigs are not exclusive to the black community (or people suffering from hair loss). I’ve met just about every type of women while trying on wigs at the beauty/hair/wig store.
Feel free to hit me up with any and all questions in the comments or via social media.
Wigs pictured: Vivica Fox Wigs ‘Britney’// Vivica Fox Wigs ‘Celine’ // Equal Lace Front ‘Angela’ // I don’t know who makes that short reddish wig because I didn’t buy it // the long wig I’m wearing with the blue/white top is not one that I’d recommend anyone buying for the price it retails for
Previous posts about my hair:
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