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Re: Wigs etc

Postby Ivorybird2 » Wed Dec 28, 2011 10:09 pm


forgo the expensive stuff she uses and use Janes tips instead.

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Re: Wigs etc

Postby Ice Maiden » Thu Dec 29, 2011 11:35 am

Secret... LOL yeah right.

Washing Up liquid works just as well just use cold water. If it is synthetic then just rinse in cold water and shake it dry. If it is real hair then use mild shampoo and real hair conditioner like pantene.
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Re: Wigs etc

Postby Jane_D_C » Fri Dec 30, 2011 12:02 am

A woman at work asked me how I’d had my hair done after I recently replaced my two wigs with an identical but newer pair. Lost for words, I admitted to using a wig. I assumed everyone could tell from a mile off. Rather to my surprise, this young lady, who is very interested in fashion, style etc., had not realised.

Score one to Jane. :cheer:
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