Wiggin Out: 13 Wigs For Protective Styling This Winter
Burr, it’s cold (or should we say polar- vortexing) so why not….PUT A WIG ON IT?!The author wearing one of her favorite winter wigs.
Wigs can be a women’s best friend. They are the ultimate way to experiment with hair color, style, or cut without having to manipulate your own hair. In the winter, they also serve as a great protective style against winter weather’s damaging effects. Personally, I’ve been experimenting with wigs as a way to let my hair take a break from the constant manipulating I do to it weekly. Here’s 13 different types of wigs from one of my favorite affordable wig companies It’s a Wig! Check out these really great units you can experiment with this winter to keep your tresses healthy and shielded from the elements.
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REMI YAKI 1012
This stylish bang- styled wig is a great option for winter weather. It’s a full wig so you don’t have to leave any of your own hair out. It’s also short enough to fit under a cute winter hat.
Who says you can’t rock big hair during the winter? This look is great for the gal who still wants to draw attention with a dramatic curly style during the frigid winter weather.
HH REMI COSMOPOLITAN
Want a bang with sass? This unit comes in a variety of two-toned options. If you have a heart-shaped faced and really high cheek bones, this wig will probably look great on you.
PART LACE STRAIGHT 24
This 24 inch Brazilian Remi lace unit is a perfect option for ladies who love it straight and long. It has a part-lace frontal feature so the part looks like it yours. You can play around with the placement of the part and go for a side-bang or middle part look if you want.
HH REMI LONG BOB
The ultimate mix to the short bob, this wig is great for the lady who loves the look of a blunt bang but wants a little bit of length.
Want an old-school doobie feel? This wig is perfect go-to winter wig. It’s short, easy to maintain, and flattering to a variety of face shapes. If you go for a wig like this, make sure that your carefully lay your own hair flat under a wig cap. Bulges are never cute!
SIMPLY LACE DORIS
Going to a costume-themed winter cocktail party… why not go back in time with this Marilyn Monroe style wig? Choose the color that works for you and party classy! Because it’s a full lace unit, you don’t have to worry about styling your own hair.
L PART LACE LASSIE
This wig is perfect for someone who is looking to experiment with style, cut and color. The longer hair in the front and shorter cut in the back are sure to spice up any winter look. To make the wig look ultra natural, its part lace feature allows you to cut the part and fill in with your own hair.
HW HH CHYNAH
Two Words: Super Simple. This half wig is great for someone who wants a natural looking style that is easy to maintain. Because it’s human hair, it can be also be curled or straightened depending on one’s preference.
Diva Alert! You might be mistaken for a celebrity with this super-long wavy wig. Surprise your co-workers or your beau with this ‘do the next time you feel like making a dramatic mid-winter hair change.
Recent looks on the red carpet have incorporated the remix pixie cut. Definitely not only a summer time staple, short hair ‘dos can be sexy all year round. This full wig’s voluminous side curls would look sizzling with a fitted suit and classic pumps.
HH REMI LADY GODIVA
Though super long, this wig can double as a scarf if it gets too cold out (just kidding!) Made of luxurious remi hair, it’s a great option for the woman who wants a full straight bang wig that can last a couple of months.
L PART LACE GARDENIA
This winter, celebrities like Beyonce have been experimenting with this two-toned ombre look. A lover of curly ‘dos myself , this wig is perfect for shakin’ it in the mirror when you’re snowed in during a winter blizzard. Another part lace unit, you can choose to blend the wig with your own hair or wear it as a full cap unit.
What are your favorite winter wig styles/brands or hair tips?
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