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Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stacie Jan 8. 8 Replies

After 16 months with AU and blowing through one awful human hair wig and 3 so-so synthetic, I am considering a longer-term solution, and it seems Freedom Wigs and Follea Gripper wigs may be good…Continue

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Stacie replied to Nancy3115's discussion Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?
"Wanted to add: If it's at all possible, you should try these wigs on before you buy because both are a significant investment.  You want to make sure that the cap is one that fits and feels good on you, that the hair density is to your…"
Jan 8
Sophie Woods replied to Nancy3115's discussion Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?
"oh wow !!! i have never herd of them . and you say they are virgin hair ? do you get any matting of the hair. Is it wefts in the back or all hand tied ? Sorry about the million questions but this wig sounds VERY interesting <3 "
Jan 8
Kate replied to Nancy3115's discussion Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?
"Ohh I've purchased from hallucinating hairlines. I also purchased the option for a silicone backed security band. It really gives that grip. Their hair is virgin too. I only paid £250 for mine an it came styled. I have tried follea but…"
Jan 7
Sophie Woods replied to Nancy3115's discussion Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?
"I don't regularly swim in my Gripper because I try to be very careful with it to persevere its life but I have been like that with all my wigs including my Freedoms . I would say with both wigs ( Gripper & Freedom ) you are ABLE to swim…"
Jan 7
Stacie replied to Nancy3115's discussion Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?
"The gripper wig doesn't grip your head any more tightly than a normal wig.  It just has silicone to stick to your scalp.  Personally, I don't like wearing silicone -- I find it uncomfortable on my head (feels hot and slippery…"
Jan 7
Nancy3115 replied to Nancy3115's discussion Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?
"Thanks for your note - do you actually swim in the sport wig?  And does all that "gripping" give you any headaches?  I find even with my ordinary wigs the compression can give me a headache after a few hours."
Jan 6
Sophie Woods liked Nancy3115's discussion Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?
Jan 6
Sophie Woods replied to Nancy3115's discussion Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?
"I am IN LOVE with my Follea Gripper sport wig . I use to be a Freedom wig wearer  ( wore them for over 10 years ) they were the only thing i really knew when it came to wigs because it was all i knew i was really hesitant in trying anything…"
Jan 6
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Jan 4
Pamela replied to Nancy3115's discussion Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?
"I have a Freedom wig.  I just received it two weeks ago.  10 inch one.  I went to Ft. Lauderdale to have it styled for $375 and it doesn't look any different.  I like the back ok, but the front hangs in my face and I…"
Jan 3
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Follea and Freedom Wigs: Worth the Price? How Do They Differ?

After 16 months with AU and blowing through one awful human hair wig and 3 so-so synthetic, I am considering a longer-term solution, and it seems Freedom Wigs and Follea Gripper wigs may be good options? Any experience you have to share with them would be appreciated.See More
Jan 3
Nancy3115 replied to Happy's discussion Microblading and FFA
"Do it!  Mine weren't cheap ($600 outside D.C.) but worth every dime to  ALWAYS have eyebrows, perfectly shaped, even, etc.   Seeing my reflection in the mirror every morning and after every shower no longer freaks me out. …"
Jan 2
Nancy3115 replied to KristinWelsh's discussion I feel like wigs are dominating my life
"Kristen - Thanks for sharing your heart.  I'm now in month 16  with AU and have no hair anywhere on my body.  Love not shaving my legs, but that is about the only positive thing I can come up with!  I was never all about my…"
Dec 30, 2016
Nancy3115 liked KristinWelsh's discussion I feel like wigs are dominating my life
Dec 30, 2016
Nancy3115 replied to Rascalx2's discussion Fake eyebrows and hopelessness
"Trixie - microblading is a technique similar to tattooing but different in that individual cuts are inked to look like hairs, vs a more solid tattoo of an eyebrow shape. Higher end salons often have techs trained in microblading but I have found…"
Nov 27, 2016
Nancy3115 replied to Rascalx2's discussion Fake eyebrows and hopelessness
"Thank you so much for sharing your story, which is nearly identical to mine. I am 58, lost all hair allover my body 1.5 years ago. Freaked, then went into motion to do what I could to feel less freaky. Permanent eyeliner on lower eyelids,…"
Nov 27, 2016

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