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24 Apr 2014 - 10:18113034
Securing a back-heavy wig?
Hey guys

I've been working on my Blondie (Sucker Punch) wig and I'm really pleased with how it has turned out. It's quite back heavy though, and I was wondering if people had any tips on anchoring it so it doesn't slip?

It has a pony-tail clip so I've been digging that as deep as I can, hoping to catch my own hair to help secure it. I will also be wearing goggles round my head which I'm hoping will help to hold it in place. They haven't arrived yet though, so I have not tried this theory out!

Any suggestions?


24 Apr 2014 - 11:47113036
You could sew a few wig clips into the wig, they'll definitely help hold it =)
I imagine as long as the goggles are tight (ie. not loose) then they'd help hold them on.

Coscraft do the wig clips, but you can also get them on ebay for slightly cheaper =p This kind of thing
http://www.coscraft.co.uk/wig-accessories/427-wig-grips-black-pack-of-4.html

I used them for my Rosa wig which was top/back heavy. Definitely helped.


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