Pop star Dojo Cat recently shaved her head and eyebrows for an Instagram Live event. Remarking how she never liked working with wigs during the shaving, she remarked, “I feel like I was never supposed to have hair anyway. I don’t like having hair; I never liked having hair…I just can’t believe it took me this long to be like, ‘Shave your….head.’ I’m really liking this.”
Good for Dojo Cat, we say. But plenty of Guci Image female clients ‘work’ well with the wigs we provide and would ever consider shaving their heads.
Our Lace Wigs (see here) are made from the highest quality 100% Indian Remy or European human hair, sourced from one donor. The strands are hand-tied to the base using a single strand by strand method. The wigs have a ½-inch bleached front hair line that is undetectable, so the wearer can part the hair in any direction they want. And we create our wigs for every ethnicity as well as mixed heritage.
This Cliché Magazine article from a few years back did a quick round-up naming eight modern-day female celebrities who regularly wear wigs. Katy Perry, Beyoncé, and Jennifer Lopez were mentioned; Dojo Cat didn’t make the cut of this listing. But we all know that performers can as much change wigs during the two-hour run of a single concert as they can mix and match across a whole week of public appearances. But the wigs a celebrity wears or the variety we see on any of the “Real Housewives” (and see this article about who is wearing what out of the round-up of those ladies) are generally not the kind of wigs we use to fit our clients for at our Paramus hair restoration salon.
Surely, Dojo Cat might not like wearing these kinds of wigs all that much.
But the Guci Image client who wears one of our Lace Wigs does so in style, very much loving their look. And we continue to do a very good business providing Lace Wigs to our discerning clientele.