No, your wigs donâ€™t need to be twins!
When purchasing a wig for the first time many clients strive to find a wig that matches very closely with their hair. To keep the wigs in good shape, and for the convenience of not having to rely on just one wig, we recommend purchasing two wigs. Many customers want to find two identical looking wigs so the â€śswitchâ€ť canâ€™t be detected. We understand that feeling but also want to encourage you to make small changes that most wonâ€™t able to distinguish.
Perhaps one bang with a side swept bang and one wig with no bangs, or slight differences in color. Wearing a wig should be something you feel bound to but rather something you can have fun with.
We have clients who love to switch wigs and make slight changes between different wigs, yet they still maintain their look.
First we will show Mira (and her adorable kids). Mira is a gorgeous mom and student who does freelance web design (among many other things).Â Mira wears a medium to dark brown wig. Just like many celebrities do, Mira has many looks that she switches between. She wears a long slightly highlighted wig, with a side swept long bang in the first photo, a long bob with no bangs in the second and full bangs with no highlights in the third photo.
Those changes might be too drastic for some, but try adding slight highlights to one wig, or adding a slight bang to the other.
Next we have Faya, a stylist supermom who also runs an outreach center in New York City. She is involved with local enrichment, baking classes, womenâ€™s events and runs a religious center. This beautiful mom always looks great. Her wigs are all similar with small variations. The first is darker, a bit longer and thicker than the one on the right. The second photo shows a more highlighted wig, that has less body. Both wigs serve her well and are similar, yet each one is unique on its own.
We encourage you to enjoy your wigs, have fun with them, and venture out of your comfort zone just a little bit.
The wigs featured are the following styles, Riva, Atara, and the Danya. All can be viewed on Freeda.com .