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Comment by Debbi Fuller on January 11, 2014 at 9:43am

Hi Christina,

Because the hair is not processed, it won't 'clump' at the back.  Ask your agent for some pictures of short styles so you can see how the look.  I have a short one myself and I have several clients who wear short hair very well.

Comment by Christina on January 11, 2014 at 9:08am
Hi there, I was wondering if anyone could give me their opinion on whether short freedom wigs look as natural as longer ones? Sometimes short wigs kind of stick up at the back or kind of clump together at the back and I am wondering if Freedom does this as well?

Thanks!
Comment by Debbi Fuller on January 8, 2014 at 1:56pm

I'll be in NJ, Philly & Pittsburgh PA next week.  Please email me if interested!

debbi@fuller-hair.com

Comment by Jennifer Krahn on January 7, 2014 at 8:40pm

Happy New Year!  Back in Toronto January 18th for consultations.  Please get in touch if interested.  www.imageevolutionhair.ca

Comment by Jennifer Krahn on November 27, 2013 at 7:26am

Toronto Consultations happening Friday December 6th and Saturday December 7th. Please book your free appointment if you are interested in getting fitted for the Freedom Wigwww.imageevolutionhair.ca

Comment by Tracy on September 4, 2013 at 8:25pm

Thank you Debbi!

Comment by Debbi Fuller on September 4, 2013 at 8:22pm

Hi Tracy,
At least 3 of the US Freedom agents are in the same boat, me included! When you have a not flash, NOTHING will make you cool. You will sweat like a pig. Even when I am in bed with NO wig on and I get one of those, I have to kick off all the covers. The good news is that when you sweat into a regular wig, the wig will get WET and not dry out quickly. When you sweat in a Freedom you can go into a bathroom and take it off, wipe out the inside and put it back on with the hair looking cool, calm and collected! The sweat never penetrates to the hair so even if you are hot, you don't look it! This is about as good as it gets since people with their OWN hair will sweat and look like they just got out of the shower. One of the benefits of NOT having your own hair! LOL!!

Comment by Tracy on September 4, 2013 at 8:13pm

I'm leaning towards getting a Freedom Wig. I have had AU for 2.5 years and have had 2 Follea wigs. First one looked the most natural but I ordered it when I still had some hair. The second fits better and doesn't irritate my scalp (as much)--Gripper style. My concern is the hot flashes which come on wherever, whenever. Any thoughts from women in their 50's who experience the flashes and own a freedom wig?
Thanks, Tracy
I apologize if I've posted this in the wrong section:)

Comment by Gemma on August 27, 2013 at 9:13pm
Thanks again Debbi :)
Comment by Debbi Fuller on August 27, 2013 at 8:45pm

Gemma, if your hair was that thick, then you can certainly ask for the thickest density Freedom makes. You just have to remember that the hair will begin to be thick right at the very edge of the cap and that it won't gradually thicken as you go further in as your own hair did. that is why we warn you go be careful not to go overboard on the density. The word 'light' when referring to a Freedom hairpiece actually means 'normal'. Age plays a role too. A child under 10 or 11 would normally get 'extra light' or it might look too full and unnatural. Most girls and women over 12 or 13 would want 'light' if they had achieved their adult head size. Some women who had more hair genetically might want Medium light or Medium which is our 'thick'. Don't be confused by the terminology.

 

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