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Monday, 24 October 2016

Cocowig helps you trying the hair trend of the moment: the wob!

Cocowig, a funny name for an online wig and extension shop! But watch out: do not mess around when it comes to your hair!
The 2016/17 autumn-winter hair trends want the bob in different versions, the long bob and the
wob: an asymmetrical bob, shorter at the nape, long along the cheeks. I was thinking about giving this wavy bob a try without a drastic cut!

Curly Lace Front Cap Short 120% Synthetic Hair

I came to this Cocowig wob while searching for celebrities’ hairstyles of the moment, something with soft waves and a modern cut. Among some interesting hair models worn by singers like Beyonce and Rihanna, I found various synthetic African American wigs, which are wigs in synthetic fibres but looking totally real!

This wig, in particular, has all the characteristics from this season dictat: short, bold but jaunty thanks to its waves gently framing Rihanna’s strong face features. Here’s exactly how a new hairstyle or a wig can drastically change the style and the appearance of a person: from bad girl to ideal girlfriend.

Similar to natural hair, Cocowig synthetic wigs keep their shape for a long time and are easy to wash and take care of. My hair can’t keep their own shape for more than 24 hours!
What should I do? Cut them or change them just temporary?



Valentina Chirico aka Valens

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