||[Wednesday, Feb. 13th, 2008|01:59 pm]
The richest girl in town.
So, I have come up with a plan for the hair-slickage on Friday, but it will require not only effort but a lot of hair gunk.|
Does anyone have a wig cap/pulled back wig that I might borrow for Hubba Hubba Revue?
why do i feel this feat involves copious amounts of pro styl gel?
Well, I could kind of pull it off without it (my hair is fine and my dreads are thin), but since I need to tie it back while it's still wet to avoid copious amounts of gel and won't have a chance before Friday....
instead of wig caps, i just use an old pair of pantyhose or tights & cut them off around midcalf.
i do have a brown wig, but it's less robert palmer, more, um, joan crawford (seeing as it's for my mommy dearest act & all...)
And now that I think about it, to even get a wig over my hair requires about the same amount of effort as slicking back my dreads, so I guess it's a wash.
i had a bitch of a time trying to get a wig over my four feet of semi-dreaded extensions. i've found the easiest way is to bundle your hair into two small ponytails or buns and the nape of your neck, and try to use the rest of the wig hair to conceal that.
Yeah, but since I'd have to put the wig in a bun anyway, it wouldn't work.
I really wanted to embed the soul-glo commercial from coming to america in here... Try putting your hair under a wave wrap. that should hold it down enough for a wig.
Sarah E. Goode, 1885, became the first African-American woman to receive a patent, for a bed that folded up into a cabinet.
I've got a wig cap from halloween.