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wig

A covering for the head to simulate hair if the individual is bald or partially bald. Wigs may be made of hair or synthetic fibers such as acrylic. Wigs are esp. beneficial for use by patients who have lost their hair due to exposure to certain types of cytotoxic agents used in cancer chemotherapy.
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It's such a brave decision to cut off a lot of hair, but we are hugely grateful as we can use Francesca's donated locks to make real hair wigs for children who have lost their own hair.
With this addition of quantity to its wig collection, Canada Hair will be offering wigs in a range of lengths, styles and colors.
18 (ANI): There is a new kid in the fashion block - Vagina Wigs.
Some of these different trending wigs are the invisible lace closure wigs, million twisted braid wig, straight human hair wig, full bouncy human hair wig, Peruvian lace wig and full curls wigs,' she said.
Despite its age, the wig still has its original carrying case bearing the initials of its owner - G H Anson Esq.
The barrister's wig is made of horsehair, dates to circa 1800 and has an estimate of PS150 to PS250.
A NORTH Wales hairdresser who specialises in wigs for people who have lost their hair is opening a new salon in Chester this weekend.
In nearly every former British colony, op-eds have been written and speeches made about why the wig ought to be removed.
In a GQ magazine report in 2013, Clarke admitted that she becomes utterly unrecognizable by most fans when she does not wear her wig.
The Fright Nite Short Bob wig and the Fright Nite curly wig in the same colours are also affected.
Thankfully, Lily is now in remission and doing well, but word about her wonderful wig had spread among other patients on the ward.
But we can guarantee it will be used in a wig (not hair extensions).