Does Game Of Thrones Have Your Style?

Does Game Of Thrones Have Your Style?

Whether your secret childhood wish is to be Batman for a day, Wonder Woman or some other comic or fantasy character (even a Kardashian), men and women both idolize as much as fantasize a whole host of fantastic wishes. This is undoubtedly true with the rabid fanbase of HBO’s Game of Thrones. And at the São Paulo Expo in Brazil for the Comic Con Experience, HBO revealed a teaser video for GoT’s last season (#8).

Talk about fantasy fulfillment; people are going crazy over this under the 40-second clip.

What’s been so wonderful about GoT’s, is not only the adult-rated sword, dragon, and otherworldly adventuring, but the costuming and the multitude of hairstyles viewers have been treated to over the past seven seasons of the show. Talk about fantasizing. One could as much dream over Jon Snow’s luscious mess of curly dark locks as the various intricate, tight plaits Daenerys Targaryen has been seen sporting. There is Cersei and her pixie cut and Lady of Winterfell’s flowing red locks, half up, half down, do.

There is so much to love about this show, the devil truly in its details for this H.B.O. winner.

Season 8, premiering in April, will consist of 6 episodes and end the fantastically popular show, based on George R.R. Martin’s best-selling book series A Song of Ice and Fire. But the end of the series certainly won’t end the fan fascination of the adventure and everyone’s fantasy over the wardrobes and the arresting hairstyles GoT gave us. Even women and men wearing hair can’t help but to salivate over all that seems possible with styling, extensions, and wigs of this show. The stylist on GoT, Kevin Alexander, and his team keep anywhere from 50-100 wigs on hand for the shows intricate and global-spanning filming.

See the Games of Thrones teaser “Dragonstone” here.

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