I see women’s wigs kinky, curly, wavy, wiry and straight texture. From my view behind your head, each strand tells a story about ethnicity and no matter your genetic makeup someone is unhappy about texture, density, length, curl pattern, straightness, lack of life, dryness and lack of moment.
I wear wigs mainly because I like to have options. My hair is now natural and curly and I love it but sometimes I want something different. Sometimes I want to women’s wigs, sometimes I want to wear short blonde hair. Sometimes I want to wear long blonde hair, or sometimes I like to wear long blue hair or short blue hair. Also I work out a lot and if I don’t have time to wash my hair and I have an event to attend throwing a wig on can quickly pull together my look.
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with women’s wigs. I just like the versatility of it. Also my grandmother used to wear wigs and as a child I spent a lot of time with her and she let me play with her wigs and I think I just kinda do it to feel close to her. When I wear wigs I always think about her and how she felt so gussied-up when she did wear her wigs.
If you’re speaking specifically about full women’s wigs, you can usually tell by looking at the hairline near the part. Is the part the same color as the forehead? Is there a shadow from hair in front on the forehead?Sometimes in very humid conditions if someone’s hair still looks perfect while everyone else is fighting frizz that can tell you the hair isn’t real.
But then there are those of us who just women’s wigs like other people wear clothes. Versatility… it’s all about being versatile. And I’m also a mood dresser and sometimes I wake up and I look in the mirror and I think I should have a short blonde bob today.