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Posted by paigestewart on May 14, 2013, 10:49 am
Beauty Bomb: The Do’s and Don’ts of Wearing Wigs
Wigs are no longer just your Auntie Maude’s little secret tucked away deeply on a <a href="http://www.doduu.com/wigs-c-1552.html">wig</a> head on her nightstand. In the last decade more and more women are embracing the type of quick versatility that comes with a wig, but it seems as if some ground rules need to be set. <br/>
So here is a list of wig do’s and don’ts for every wiggy to follow: <br/>
Don’t wear a wig straight from the package. <br/>
Do take it to a hairstylist to have it cut into a shape and style that suits your face (yes, even the $20 synthetic ones from the beauty supply). <br/>
Do get the most natural looking wig as possible in a modern style. <br/>
Don’t go for outrageous colors and be very careful with retro styles—unless you’re Nicki Minaj or a former Supreme. <br/>
Do go for a natural looking hairline. <br/>
Don’t do the crescent moon hairline. At all. Let your forehead be great. <br/>
Don’t go too bulky at the crown. It’s like wearing a shirt that says “Hey, I’m wearing a wig” <br/>
Do go age-appropriate. Sure, short wigs are fun but can make your average 21 year old look 57. <br/>
Do leave the lace fronts to the professionals. Even celebs with their glam squads get <a href="http://www.doduu.com/lace-front-wigs-c-1551.html">lace front wigs</a> wrong, so leave it alone if you’re not 100% sure of what you’re doing. It’s okay. We can’t win them all. <br/>
For the love of your edges, don’t be a frequent user of wig glue.

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