How to beat bad hair days

18 May

What do Adele, Lady Gaga and Beyonce have in common?

Well, apart from their fantastic voices and the amazing music they make, obviously.

It is that, over the last year, they have been three women happy to talk about how they rely on wigs to boost their natural beauty.

This week a feature in The Guardian talked about how wigs have gone mainstream and how they can be the must-have beauty item if you are prone to bad hair days.

Dream Girl’s Chic Collection offers a perfect example of how you can mask your natural hair with a stylish and glossy alternative.

Your natural hair might be dry, or frizzy. It might style perfectly everyday, except for the day you’ve got a big night out with the girls planned or you’re invited to a summer wedding. Teasing, crimping, curling, styling; there is nothing more frustrating than hair that just won’t behave itself.

Investing in a wig from Dream Girl’s Chic Collection could help make those bad days a little easier.

The most popular wig on our online shop right now is Kisna. It is a dark-haired bob with a fringe and layered curls. You can choose from a variety of styles, lengths and shades to match your natural colouring and style. Every wig in the Chic Collection is made from premium quality hair meaning the style is glossy and natural looking.

To fit a wig simply tie back natural hair and pin down to ensure it is as flat as possible. You want to match the nape of the wig to the nape of your neck. Hold this section first and tip your head forward slightly. Slide the wig from the back to the front ensuring it fits comfortably in the same way you might a swimming cap. Check in the mirror to ensure the wig sits properly and is comfortable. A wig can be trimmed by a stylist to change the style to suit you. You can also style the hair to keep it looking sleek and neat.

The popularity in wigs might have come from superstars but it is the ideal investment for anyone who wants to chop and change their style and enhance their natural beauty.

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