Dear reader, I’m pleased to introduce Liz, the newest author on Crossdresser Heaven. Liz Hall is the owner of Gorgeous Hair Wigs – an online wig store that caters specifically to crossdressers. You’ll also find a special discount below, just for readers of Crossdresser Heaven.
Some Sage Wig Advice for the Confused Crossdresser..
Ok, so ladies, when you are dressed in your female persona and you have given yourself a name to represent that persona – you then want to find the right hair to reflect that woman don’t you? So where do you start?
The first thing you need to think about is color – what color do you feel your personality needs? Blondes are definitely for the more fun personality (long, layered or wavy bright blonde wigs) but they can also be elegant (soft blonde bob wig) depending on the shade of blonde. Chocolates and browns can be mysterious (layered or wavy brown wigs) or even demure (shorter style brown wigs). On the other hand auburns and reds can be fiery (long or layered red wigs) or intriguing (short & fun red wigs like a deep red bob). Finally for the very dramatic woman a black wig could work – exotic (long black wigs) or very serious & smart (short sleek black bob wig). So try to figure out “who you are” when you are: Amanda, Adrianna, Sofia, Lynda, Sarah, etc. and what color reflects your personality. No matter what color you choose you want to feel “like you” when you put on your hair.
The second aspect you need to look at is style – this will depend on face shape of course. But some wigs can create a slightly different face shape with their style. We would recommend a wider fuller or rounder face shape should lean more towards the shoulder length long and slightly wavy or layered styles – very flattering. The slimmer longer face works very well with long straight hair or a sleek bob style. The fun short layered flicked out wigs are great for almost any face shape and can give that heart shaped face once on – we offer that style in almost every color.
At Gorgeous Hair we hope you will find exactly what you are looking for –we offer a wide range of wigs in a variety of colors and styles to suit every personality. We offer quality synthetic wigs that look and feel like human hair. They are made from high quality Kanekalon fibres and are created to a specific style. You can not use heated styling tools on synthetic wigs but when you wash them (in warm water with gentle shampoo) they will retain their style when they dry (let them dry naturally and use a soft brush to bring back the style). Synthetic wigs can be trimmed to be made slightly shorter or have more layered added – however, it is advisable to take your wig to a professional stylist to do this. As long synthetic wigs are cared for properly they will last a long time.
We offer our wigs at very affordable prices as we deal directly with our manufacturer so there is no middle man, hence prices are lower than some other retail or online stores.
In the New Year we will be offering a small range of human hair wigs in a variety of styles and colors. They will be considerably more expensive of course but beautiful nonetheless. However, do consider that by purchasing a synthetic wig, at a lower price, you can then potentially afford to purchase more than 1 wig so you can change things up sometimes and be a different style or color depending on your mood!
SPECIAL OFFER TO CROSSDRESSER HEAVEN READERS – If you purchase a wig from Gorgeous Hair between Nov 15 – Dec 15 you can get 15% off your purchase! Just use the CODE: CROSS01 when checking out to receive your discount.
We look forward to serving you very soon. Love Liz x
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