Well ive been wearing it a few days now, im finding it still quite odd, im finding that the hair at the nape of the neck underneath tends to get a bit tangled as the day goes on, i also find that it itches quite a bit too especially around the top of the forhead hair line. I would like to cut it but im afraid to, its quite long, longer than i imagined it would be, its longer than it looks in the pic i posted, most of the length being at the back, have any of you cut your own wig??? what can be done about the itching??? or will it itch less as i get used to wearing it?? should i use a special type of brush on the Wig hair??, i know absolutley nothing about wigs, i will have to do some researching me thinks.

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Comment by Rachel on October 13, 2008 at 10:22am
You get used to the itching around the forehead. Maybe wear a wig cap if it itches too badly, I hear that this helps with the itching. I would definitely NOT cut my own wig. I wouldn't trust myself. I take mine to a woman who specializes in wigs and worked in a 'wig salon' for 13 years before opening her own salon. There are wig brushes that are made specifically for wigs. I wouldn't use a regular brush on them. I also bought a wide-toothed comb, and that works just as well. Hope that helps a bit.
Comment by janet on October 13, 2008 at 11:37am
Thanks Rachel, thats good advice, i will definatley try the cap and as this wig cost a good bit i will try to find a good brush too. i dont know anyone local who cuts wigs so i will do a search and see what comes up.
Comment by jo chesson on October 13, 2008 at 3:45pm
I found the itching too mucha nd thats why I ended up wearing a vacuum fit, its soooo comfortable compared


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