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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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because it would mean the crack of doom for me, and if you take it I shall take off my wig....
"It's an ugly wig to be proud of--and an ugly story," I said.
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."
A new market study, titled "Global Wigs and Wig Accessories Market Insights, Forecast to 2025", has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
Of course, she is not the only celebrity who often relies on wigs to transform her look.
The lace front wig is fast becoming a favourite, replacing the weft wig.
"The Renowned Wig Collection by Charles Gregory" can be purchased from Mr.Gregory's blow dry bar Charles Gregory Blow Dry & Beauty Bar on Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta and the website therenownedwigcollection.com
Fakher has announced she is wearing the hijab a few years ago, then recently started appearing with a wig in the series, she takes part in.
Darling hair extensions manufacturer on Tuesday donated wigs to the Kenya Cancer Association (KENCANSA) for cancer champions undergoing radiation treatment and chemotherapy.
Gail - who insisted the wig won't be on full-time - was asked if she felt pressure to stay bald to inspire others.
Molepolole born, 23-year-old Kefilwe Seotshogeng is one such young women, who wake up every morning to 'hustle' at the mall, having started her wig making business last year.