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The Most Natural Feeling Human Hair Wigs Manhattan

By Malinda Chan

Human hair wigs Manhattan, as well as many other places throughout the globe, are extremely popular these days. Of course, wearing wigs is not a new phenomenon. For hundreds of years, royal family members and other aristocrats have worn wigs. Even a number of the founding fathers of the United States wore them on occasion. In courts, in the United Kingdom and some other countries, judges and lawyers can still be seen sporting those white, wavy formal wigs.

Why in the world would they use those old white wigs that do not even look like real hair? Well, this may surprise you, but there is some actual reasoning behind the ritual. First, the white is to be representative of white hair that comes with living long — which also comes with wisdom. You will notice only the court officers (judge and attorneys) wear them. It puts them in a more important light. It is also a bit like wearing your best suit for church. It is a way of showing that they are respectful of the institution of the court.

There is a much better question you can be asking: Why do ordinary people wear cheap synthetic wigs that are obviously fake, and feel bad? Most of the people wearing them don’t want you to realize they’re wearing wigs, but all you have to do to know it, is pay attention.

Quite a few years ago, these were the kind of wigs you saw Dolly Parton and Oprah wear a lot. That woman on the Christian TV network, Jan Crouch, still wears them. How obvious are these kinds of wigs? They are as blatant as a bad toupee that makes you wonder if a squirrel died on the man’s head. When it comes to hair pieces, truer words were ever spoken, than, ‘You get what you pay for’.

Would you care to learn how to make a bad wig? Begin with a cap that looks like it is made from burlap. Then find some fake hair that is a plastic derivative and sew it into the burlap cap. The only real advantage a bad wig has over a good wig is price. You might say, they are more convenient because they keep their style.

Of course, that is also a bad thing, if you want to have another hair style. You will either always have to wear ‘your hair’ in one style, or have a different bad wig, for every other kind of style you feel like wearing.

If you want to make a good wig, you will start with a monofilament cap. This looks just like your scalp if anybody ever tries to scrutinize your roots. The hair is of the highest quality, and has the outer layer, cuticle, still on them. It looks and feels like real hair, because it is real hair. You style it like you style your own hair, and you can change styles whenever you want. A few years ago, Jennifer Garner showed these realistic wigs off every week, on her TV show, Alias. Tyra Banks & Beyonce have done a lot to make these high quality human hair wigs Manhattan, wildly popular.

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