WIGS


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WIGS

Abbreviation for:
women in grey suits, see there
References in classic literature ?
He doesn't conceal his wig, he doesn't conceal his blood, he doesn't conceal his family curse, he doesn't conceal the family crimes--but--"
Before he came within earshot, Father Brown had added quite composedly, "Why does he really hide the secret of what he does with the purple wig? Because it isn't the sort of secret we suppose."
Though (in one sense) he wears another man's wig and claims another man's ear, he has not stolen another man's coronet.
Lorry flattened his flaxen wig upon his head with both hands (which was most unnecessary, for nothing could be flatter than its shining surface was before), and resumed his former attitude.
A new market study, titled "Global Wigs and Wig Accessories Market Insights, Forecast to 2025", has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
Zolciak has never been shy about her obsession with hair and wigs and has even shown off her wig (https://www.bravotv.com/dont-be-tardy/lookbook/kim-zolciak-biermann-shares-why-she-wears-wigs) collection on-air .
The study, conducted on 1, 100 urban and suburban women from Abuja, Lagos and Port Harcourt, showed that 81.8 per cent of respondents own wigs and prefer them to sew-in weaves.
"My go to wigmaker of choice is Bob Kretschmer, Bob and I have collaborated on wigs for Tyler Perry's character Madea, actor Terrence Howard, and actress Kimberly Elise," says Mr.Gregory.
The wigs are part of the premium product range the brand recently launched under its 'Curls and Colour' campaign
The aim of the campaign was to donate free wigs for cancer patients who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy.
GAIL Porter broke down in tears yesterday as she revealed she's finally made peace with wearing a wig.