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    I am totally interested on where you bought tjd wig. I used to have long, thick, beautiful curly hair and with each baby it got thinner and more crappy until I finally chopped it off boy style. love it short but miss my long hair days and would totally roc wig on special nights out but it would need to look natural. Is the one you got real hair?

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    Is it real hair? The stuff they shave off of dead bodies in China?

    I would, I've often contemplated shaving my head and having a range of amazing wigs, but I have a love hate relationship with my hair and I think I'd miss it.

    I bought clip in extensions once, but my hair is longer than 15 inches, so it just made it thicker, which is horrible as my hair is already too thick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    Is it real hair? The stuff they shave off of dead bodies in China?



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    Default Would you ever wear a wig? Like, NOT to a costume party/a play/etc, just... out?

    My mum donated her hair to a wig company ( for cancer patients at the local hospital) but I wouldn't from china.

    I needed to buy a wig once with a cancer a scare and so many gorgeous ones I would I want braids! Haha

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    What she said

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    I don't think I would...I would be worried the whole time that it would look really obvious! Even if I knew it looked real and awesome, I don't know if I would have the guts.

    You should share a photo of you in your new wig

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    It's not real hair. lol. It's kanekalon. It's fake.

    Hang on, I'll find a way to share a pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    It's not real hair. lol. It's kanekalon. It's fake.

    Hang on, I'll find a way to share a pic.
    I saw your pic on facebook, it looks quite realistic! I reckon I would wear it out.

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    Default Would you ever wear a wig? Like, NOT to a costume party/a play/etc, just... out?

    It's meant to have a full fringe from memory but its too long and goes in my eyes so just swept it aside for now.


 

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