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Some information about afro wigs

Thursday, June 1, 2017 12:59:01 PM Australia/Sydney

Afro wigs were not wigs to begin with. It is actually a real hairstyle that is sported by some African Americans, with the shortened name "Afro", which has been based from their dry, curly, and lengthy kinky hair. You may imitate their looks if your hair has such qualities. But for convenience, these wigs have been created so that you could have that afro look without sacrificing your current do. Aside from that puffy standard black look, there are also other Afro wigs that vary in shapes, thickness, largeness of curls, and even color that you can choose from.

 

In our time, you may have seen Afro wigs once or twice, in various events and activities. They are actually prominent during the Halloween season when people wanted to model a kinky Elvis Presley look, or an old disco dancer with that tight shirt and baggy pants, with sunglasses, beards, and all that. They can also be seen on circus where clowns and other funny characters are wearing single tone wigs in bright colors like orange, neon green or even bubblegum blue. Since these entertainers are fun and colorful, wearing a full-domed rainbow afro is more common. Some modern day celebrities such as Kobe Bryant, Ludacris, and Beyonce Knowles have worn these wigs occasionally, oh and don't forget Sasha Baron Cohen when he performed the funny role of "Borat".

 

In case you feel interested in wearing this hairdo for an upcoming event, just like a 70s themed disco party or a Halloween celebration, then finding an afro wig, either for rent or for sale, is not difficult to find. For starters, you can start by searching for online shops where you can buy up to 20 different styles of wigs. Once you have decided to buy afro wigs online, you may need to measure your head cap so that the wig you will get is the right size, since most of them are one-size-fits-all.

 

To do this, here is what you need to do, step-by-step:

 

• By using a tape measure, put one end on the middle of your forehead

 

• While holding one end, run the tape towards the center of your hairline

 

• From the hairline, hold the tape and then stretch the tape running towards one ear, through the nape, then another ear, until you reach the hairline center again

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