Considering all the bad hair days experienced, you’d think this particular item would be more popular in Kenya. Yet people more often than not, tend to expose the horrendous mess on their heads like it’s….a trend. Skinny over relaxed hair is a major problem at least two out of every five women experience (I counted), as well as unkempt natural hair, and weaves that lost their gumption years ago, among other atrocities.
This object should be right up there, with all your hair care products and essentials. What is IT you ask? A wig, or better yet wigs, a variety is always fun. Besides helping you out on those rainy days, it inspires creativity with simplicity.
What follows is the frequently asked question after mention of a wig “What if it falls off?” Unless you plan on ‘wiping your hair back and forth’ throughout the course of the day, your wig seamlessly falling off during any casual activity is more or less a myth. There should be clips or hooks on the wig that fasten onto your head. Just don’t get into any cat fights.
If your money conscious and may not want to spend a few thousands on your first wig, there are a few suitable short synthetic wigs found in super markets that barely go beyond Kshs 1000.
From there I recommend purchasing wigs from beauty and/or cosmetic stores that usually range from kshs 3000 going upwards. From front and full lace wigs to human hair wigs (terms you will get accustomed to throughout your wig journey) there are several selections that should keep you and your hair looking fabulous any day of the year.