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Where to buy a wig?
« on: 08 Mar 14 / 06:58 PM »
Hi
I'm looking to buy a wig. I don't want any thing expensive maybe below 25 in a natural colour. can be synthetic hair or human i don't mind as long it looks natural

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Re: Where to buy a wig?
« Reply #1 on: 11 Mar 14 / 11:27 PM »
Most of the ladies on here use Ebay.
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Re: Where to buy a wig?
« Reply #2 on: 13 Mar 14 / 01:55 AM »
Ive had 3 from this site they've all been great,really fast delivery not bad prices too

 http://www.celebwigs.com/

Shes got a FB page regularly gives out discount codes too
https://www.facebook.com/CelebWigs?fref=ts

Ive got one on here
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Re: Where to buy a wig?
« Reply #3 on: 16 Mar 14 / 10:15 PM »
Ebay is amazing, I have so many nice ones from there!
But these wigs are my favourite, they are a little more expensive (around 30/40) but they are beautiful, they have some really nice alternative styles and the quality is incredible, they're really worth the money!
http://lockshopwigs.com/
 

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Re: Where to buy a wig?
« Reply #4 on: 17 Mar 14 / 02:37 PM »
Thank you.

Can anyone recommend any ebay seller?
 

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Re: Where to buy a wig?
« Reply #5 on: 17 Mar 14 / 03:56 PM »
I bought this one off ebay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/171132819323?ssPageName=strk:mewnx:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649
and it was really nice, i added roots and it looked very convincing.



I also bought this one from Geisha Wigs http://geishawigs.bigcartel.com/product/lavender and while the wig was quite nice ( a bit knotty) the shopping experience wasn't great. i bought this one and it was quite slow in being delivered (near halloween so i understood they would be busier), so i shrugged it off and bought again later only to be left wondering where my item was. a few weeks later i emailed them and was told the wig was actually out of stock (not what it said on the site, i paid for it too) and ended up waiting nearly 30 days for my money back. So i ended up buying that turquoise one from ebay. Shame because i really wanted more wigs from there and didn't mind paying more for an independent uk business to sell me them.
If you see one you like on there though go for it, as it could have just been me being unlucky!



i know they aren't natural but the sellers do sell natural colours too.
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