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    Posted: January 10 2006 at 12:24pm

So iv`e found a wig im going to order ,it`s perfetct!........Or almost, it`s a lacefront ......but its a girly ,curly style! so i was thinking of using a mild permsolution/relaxer to try to loosen the curles and hope to end up with a loose wave.(do you think it will work?) I also have some Extensions hair that i permed i while back that i want straigth again...O.o..

http://www.hairpiece.com/product.asp?pf_id=LACEYBS if this cant be relaxed i think im going for this one : http://www.hairpiece.com/product.asp?pf_id=LACEYBWL

 Im weary inspired by Stuart Townsend`s hair in Queen of the Damned<3 http://www.geocities.com/le_lioncourt/mains/biolestat2.jpg 

(sorry if this is a bit OT):(

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I like the first one x
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I agree about liking the first one. However, with my experience buying
wigs online I'd be afraid you'd end up with a huge amount of overly curly
hair that you'd really have to fight to keep from looking wiggy. As far as
relaxing the wig, I've heard it can be done but would be afraid of
thrashing the condition of the hair and making it look like a fright wig. I
think the second one might be more manageable in that you could cut it
and make it work for yourself. Human hair wigs need regular styling as
well as washing and conditioning to keep them looking decent. Believe it
or not, a lot of people have better experiences with synthetic wigs
because they hold their style even after being washed. The downside is
you can only style them with steam-type rollers. Any hot dry heat will
melt them. I love my synthetic wigs, but have had to have a HUGE
amount cut out and styled in two of them to get them to stop looking
wiggy. Good luck to you, and happy birthday!
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aaah jesh the possibility of frying it is there...would be a shame to spend all that money on something that can quick become a fried mess O.o Maby i will go the synthetic route then?^_^

Found this one ...it`s human hair but it be much cheaper<3

It`s hard finding a nice boyish wig O.o :P

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