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18” EasiPart French XL by Jon Renau in Color 8

Thursday, May 31, 2018 7:24:51 PM America/Los_Angeles

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18” EasiPart French XL by Jon Renau

 

Jon Renau’s 18” EasiPart French XL is a Remy Human Hair topper perfect for those experiencing minimal to beginning stages of hair loss. This silky smooth topper features a French knotted double monofilament top that allows for the most natural looking top possible. No one will even suspect you are wearing a hairpiece!

 

This topper features 100% Remy Human Hair and can be styled with heat tools to create a variety of looks. My personal favorite is to create beautiful loose curls that cascade from your shoulders. While I do not suffer from hair loss, I do have very thin hair, and this piece has the perfect amount of hair added. The EasiPart French XL is a great everyday piece for those who are not wanting to wear a full wig. It provides just enough coverage without too much density.

 

The four pressure sensitive clips hold the topper in very securely. The base is lined with a PU coat that allows those who are unable to use the clips (due to hair loss or fragile hair) to use an adhesive instead.

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One of the many wonderful features of the EasiPart XL, is that the pear shaped base can be worn exactly where you need coverage. In these photos, I wore the topper with the narrow side of the base toward the front of my head, and the larger area of the base sitting on the crown of my head. However, if you are facing hair loss more in the front, you can simply rotate the topper and use the larger part of the base to give you coverage.

 

 

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The French knotted monofilament top is hand tied which creates not only the natural look of the hair growing right from your scalp, but also creates a natural movement of the hair. If you are looking for the ultimate, top-of-the-line top piece, this topper is for you!

 

 

 

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Code Mono

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Code Mono by Ellen Wille in Sandy Blonde Rooted

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Wind vs. Wig

Sunday, April 2, 2017 6:41:01 PM America/Los_Angeles

Wig vs. Wind

We just had to share this client’s story! (edited for space)

"One of the things I was worried about starting to wear wigs was whether they'd come off my head unexpectedly; I see on blogs, YouTube, and similar that this is a pretty common concern. A couple weeks ago, I was commuting home [in the West] and 80+mph winds knocked a semi over in front of me! I tried to get out and see if I could help, but the winds were so strong, I couldn't even open the door! Through driving rain and hurricane-force winds I climbed out the window to make my way to the truck, stumbling in the gusts that literally knocked my feet out from under me several times."

"I didn't even consider the wig I was wearing—the urgency of the situation knocking back the vanity a bit. I was out unprotected in the foulest weather I've ever seen and Scarlett didn't budge. I was out there for at least 45 minutes. Note that I do wear two small hair pins crossed over each other at the nape of my neck to keep it from sliding forward at the nape if I look straight up (I still have a little hair that makes a thin pony tail back over the top of my head), but there wasn't even the slightest movement at the hairline. When I got back to the car, I changed into my workout clothes, and wrapped and hair-tied a shammy around 'my hair'. Twenty minutes later and dry, not a hair was out of place!"

"She survived and stayed in place in winds that knocked over multiple semi trucks and caused a major interstate to close for a day. How often do you hear that?!?"

"I'm sharing this in the hopes it provides a talking-point for concerns you might address along the "will it stay on" lines. Yes. It'll stay on even when you can't stand up."

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Synthetic Fiber Tutorial

Thursday, February 26, 2015 7:25:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

Video Highlights:

0:04 - This is Patti and I'm from
0:21 - that can be anything from the witches wig
0:37 - if I pull these hairs out
0:56 - the softness and the ability

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Heat Defiant Care Instructions

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 9:40:15 PM America/Los_Angeles

Video Highlights:

0:03 - I'm going to show you how to wash and condition

0:40 - a lot of girls from the south have called me

1:07 - you can make it straight, you can make it curly

1:44 - I have my, my gosh, I guess must have an hours worth of videos

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How to defrizz and set synthetic hair

Friday, January 9, 2015 8:20:27 PM America/Los_Angeles

Video Highlights:

0:05 - today we are going to do a how to video

1:25 - you don't have to go through all this expense

3:01 - now watch

5:01 - smooth again, smooth again, smooth again

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SmartLace Training Class

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 6:55:25 PM America/Los_Angeles

Video Highlights:

0:09 - Its called SmartLace

0:20 - It's going like firecrackers

0:36 - The good is

0:59 - The good thing also is

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Synthetic Wig Care Instructions

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 8:29:17 PM America/Los_Angeles

Video Description:

0:32 wash your synthetic wig at least every couple of weeks if you wear it every day – if you don’t wear it every day you can go a good three weeks or four weeks

1:17 detangle the wig just a little bit using a wig comb and if it’s a little more tangled than you’d like it to be spritz with a detangler

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What Do All The Numbers Mean?

Thursday, October 2, 2014 8:43:42 AM America/Los_Angeles

Video Highlights:

0:07 - What up with all these numbers

0:30 - Are you confused by what all the numbers mean

0:45 - under description you will see a lot of numbers

1:01 - B for bang 

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