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Wigs are made for winter and fun

There is no secret I'm into cosplay. I don't share that much but it doesn't mean I don't spend a lot of time checking. During the work with my next cosplay (which would be next year so I have plenty of time) I have to check on wigs. First of all, because we don't always have the same color with the character we like nor have the same hair style. Often there is no chance to make a real cut or change hair color. It's even worse when your hair have to look very differently and hair style has to stay throughout the day. Having a lot of time to prepare I'm browsing online to see if it would be cheaper or easier to get a wig online. I found wigsbuy.com and like it a lot.

Talking about wigs it's not always about cosplay or a play time. I know women who wear wigs during the winter instead of beanie. As they say: 'it's cold outside but when I get to wear furs, gown and jewelry how can I wear a warm hat? That would totally ruin the look!' That's when they start on with a wig. It's warm, it's pretty and you feel confident all the time.
Wig could look unnatural on you but online you can find human hair wigs which look natural on you and it wouldn't be easy to get if you are wearing a wig. They can be cut, colored or altered in any way to make these hair look the best on you.
When it goes for wigs for me it's more natural to check something I wouldn't normally have like long hair or extreme short. That's why my best choices are:

The let option is on of Remi human hair wigs which are superb wigs. There are so many pluses in they and I was amazing reading about them so all I can do is to offer you to check them by yourself.

I was looking through:
this section of Wigsbuy, give it a try!


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Lyosha

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  1. Great post :) loving th hairstyles!
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  2. I've only worn wigs for Halloween..
    But I think the above photos show real hair and no wigs.
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    Stella from a A Shiny Place

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  3. Cool! As you know, I have several wigs. It's the only way I can create a female appearance while maintaining my public life. They're fun.

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  5. Great post, and lovely selection! I never tried a wig, but sounds fun and versatile ;)
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  8. Oh wow, these are wigs? I would have never guessed, they all look very real!

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    1. I actually can't be 100% sure, I just took if from the website and there wasn't any note if it's a real=life model on photo or a wig indeed. there are also wig structure photos but they don't look fashionable so stuck to ones with a 'model'

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