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Tag Archives: Hair Loss
Summer is over. And I’ll tell you, I get very lazy with the skincare regime in the summer. I’m outdoors more. In the sun. The sunscreen goes on. It’s hot, I sweat—or rather, glisten. And my skin just stays more … Continue reading
Budget Wigs. Fashion Wigs. Inexpensive Wigs. However you refer to them, they can be a great value and an asset to a wig collection. Let me explain. Wigs run the gamut of prices. You have the luxury wigs-running from the … Continue reading
Two weeks ago I received a wig to review from my friends at Uniwigs Lavivid Collection. Having two Carrie wigs from LaVivid, I can attest that the wigs are incredibly well-constructed and completely on trend. LaVivid’s very blonde Carrie–and I … Continue reading
Ok ladies! I’ve got a wig review here. It’s something somewhat out of my comfort zone because the wig is a short one. Not boy short like my seventh-grade school photo which left me traumatized for life, but short in … Continue reading
The FedEx man came to my door with a package today! In the package was something I had been waiting for. A wig! Surprise!!!! And was it ever!!! Read on to see how my surprise ended! This isn’t any wig. … Continue reading
For those of you who may not be too familiar with my blog, my life isn’t all about what I’m wearing. It’s also about what I’m hairing. I hair–or rather, wear, wigs. My favorite wig–“Storm” by Model Model. I have … Continue reading
As a blogger, I strive to be transparent and honest. I also like to write about why I do what I do. If you are a regular reader, then you know about my struggle with hair loss. The root (pun … Continue reading
Before you do the roll-eye at me and go “Oh no, not another hair post, please—“hair” me out. OK? I realize I covered this topic a bit only a couple of weeks ago. But today, I want to do a … Continue reading
It’s bad enough that we end up with turkey neck, wrinkles, and saggy bits as we age. I understand that. I don’t necessarily like it, but I can sort-of accept it. But worse than turkey neck, in my most humble … Continue reading