18 April 2014

Gettin' Wiggy With It

For those of you who familiar with my usual mess of hair, I'm sure you can imagine how much I've always dreamed about having straight sleek soft hair, the kind you can run a brush through without it being a major ordeal. I've accepted by now that that's just not to be, and I've learnt to embrace my daft curls. But that doesn't mean I don't still wonder about those smooth tresses. Enter Wonderland Wigs

Jade wig

I actually bout this an age ago, I think it was before Christmas, when I saw a lot of wigs popping up on the blogs I read. Some of them looked completely amazing and I loved the idea of being able to transform my look without any huge effort or without causing massive damage to my already temperamental hair. And I figured if I was going to get myself a wig, I might as well get one pretty different to how my hair usually looks. Jade was the one for me!

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I'm just love the pretty colour, made up of blues and greens but not toooo bright and crazy, and I of course loved the fact that I could actually brush it! I did worry about getting it on straight over my usually massive hair, but I found if I kept its volume to a minimal by a combination of plaiting and clipping then this went over the top just fine!


I did feel a bit weird with it on so didn't venture out of the garden on this first occasion but I might get a little braver with time! 

For those interested in the rest of the outfit, the blue dress is from Yumi. I already had the same one in red and I'm sure I've raved before about it's cosy fit, thick material and deep pockets. The blue one - picked up recently in the sale for £20 - has all those same fab features but looks better with my pretend hair!




The shoes are a few years old, from Debenhams. I think I bought them for a wedding, I thought the little flower details were really sweet! 

If you were in the mood for a quick hair change, Wonderland Wigs have plenty to choose from - natural looking to wild and crazy, with extensions and other bits to complement the wig range. You can also go say hello to them on twitter

What do you think of my straight green 'do? Should I stick to the curls?

7 comments

  1. Love the idea of being able to have different hair. I used to work with a lady who had very short hair and she bought a wig for the work Christmas party cos she wanted a different look. She then got hooked and was wearing different wigs every day, no one could even tell, they all just thought she was amazing at doing different hairstyles!

    Chloe x
    newgirlintoon.co.uk

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  2. I love it, really cute, and an excellent way of just changing up your look, without cutting all your hair xx

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  3. I love it! I also love your natural hair as well :) For some reason, I reaaaally want a pink wig...

    Danniella x
    www.famousinjapan.co.uk

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  4. I love this colour on you! It's awesome x
    Michelle | Satchels + Pearls

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  5. You look so good! What a change! I'm thinking of getting a couple of wigs soon, and wonderland are my go-to for when I get brave enough. xx

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  6. omg i actually love the blue and green streaks in your hair. for real. this is super cool and I'm totally checking out the wig store now! ;p

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    AL xx
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  7. I love this Kel, it suits you so well!! Your shoes are super pretty, too :)

    Jess xo

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