Batchelor's Beauty Basket & Wig Shop
|Posted on June 21, 2019 at 3:37 PM||comments (180)|
Ladies, is your hair thinning? Are you having to get creative to disguise how thin it is? Whether your hair is thinning due to heredity, stress, illness, poor diet or a combination of these, there are a variety of wigs, hairpieces, toppers and integration pieces that can help. No surgery or adhesives needed. Let me help you "get hair" again. Call Batchelor's Beauty Basket & Wig Shop. It will be my pleasure to serve you. Cheryl B.
|Posted on June 5, 2019 at 4:43 PM||comments (164)|
IT IS POURING!!! MY SYNTHETIC WIG GOT WET IN THE RAIN!! WHAT DO I DO NOW? Will getting caught in the rain hurt your synthetic fiber wig? What should you do to keep it looking great if it gets wet? Simply blot your wig with a towel or napkin, etc., and let it air dry. Resist the urge to comb or brush the wet fibers. This can snarl or tangle the fibers and damage the wig. Also, you can use something (a piece of paper, a newspaper, etc.) as a fan to speed the air drying. When you get home, remove the wig and place it on your wig stand to dry (one which allows air circulation to the interior of the wig, not a Styrofoam head). Avoid using a blow dryer, as heat can damage the fibers. When the wig is dry, give it a shake, put it on, style it and you are ready to go! Come to BATCHELOR'S BEAUTY BASKET & WIG SHOP to see the beautiful styles we have! 765-474-1095
|Posted on August 27, 2015 at 3:28 PM||comments (372)|
Cheryl's Tips for Selecting a Wig
Shop before treatment begins or before hair loss becomes extreme. It will be easier to match your hair color and style. Your hair will give a cushion effect, so it is more comfortable to try on wigs. If one is not offered, ask for a wig cap to wear while trying on a wig. If you are ordering a wig online (or receiving a donated wig) check to make sure the company sells new wigs, or properly sanitizes their wigs for reuse.
At Batchelor's Beauty Basket & Wig Shop, you will receive personal attention and advice on choosing, wearing and caring for your wig or hairpiece.