Jonnie's Fun Wig Project!
From Our September/October 2004 Newsletter!
LS22 Laurel Wig
Several years ago, one of our local doll artists was using one of our wigs on her original dolls, but I didnšt recognize the style.
When I asked, she told me, "Oh - I brushed it out and turned it upside down." I've done this a few times with different wigs and it has worked well.
Now, I will share my success with our LS22 Laurel Wig.
LS22 Laurel Wig!
Step 1: Brush out the long curls and then attach the wig to head, upside down. Pull all the long hair into a pony tail at the top of the head toward the back.
I let the hair wave a bit to the side instead of pulling straight back. This covers the elastic of the wig cap better & gives a softer look to the face.
Step 2: Get out the scissors and start to trim off the extra curls and fluff from the pony tail of curls.
Some of you may want all this hair, but I was imagining a dance hall girl while trimming this. Because the wig had curls, the hair made a wonderful mound of curls. I accented it with a ribbon.
Step 3: Take the small curls that are now at the nape of the neck and pull them out a little.
Step 4: Place your order while these are on sale and you can afford to play! See Our Wig Sale for Laurel Wigs!
Click on any below picture to see our wig sale!
Note: Current Dealers/Distributors will receive a better price (than on the website) by phoning Jonnie!
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