Prehistoric Brown Princess Wig
- Prehistoric Brown Princess Wig
- Made of synthetic fiber
- Dark brown hair w/ plastic bone on top
- Black mesh cap interior
A while back our designers stepped into the company time machine to see what the social elites were wearing in the Neolithic period. Many dangers were faced and lessons were learned. Our lead designer was almost trampled by a mammoth before making a lasso, jumping on it's back, and riding into the sunset. We actually never heard from her again. We aren't too worried though, scientists recently uncovered a cave painting with a remarkable resemblance. After months of traveling the land and seeking the most fashionable Neanderthals, our design team were introduced to the Oggs.
The Oggs were a well respected family. They had the nicest cave around, with a great view of the tar pits. The Oggs daughter, Ona Ogg, who had the most fashion forward sense of style the designers had ever encountered in both prehistoric and modern era. She rocked a haute couture sabretooth skin dress. She completed the outfit with a daring claw and tooth necklace. She was all together fashionable, but her hair is what the designers come back raving about. It was neatly coiffed with a small dinosaur bone acting as a prehistoric tiara. It was a simple, yet elegant arrangement. We knew we had our look, our journey had been worth it.
All but one of our designers have returned. After much research, trial, and error we have finally re-created Ona Ogg's foxy hairdo. Although we could not find a reliable source for dinosaur bones we have molded a realistic copy with modern plastic, so it looks just like Ona's revolutionary style. We are so proud to present the Prehistoric Princess wig so you, our dear customer, can look like a prehistoric prima donna in no time!
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- Three StarsBy Linda | October 7, 2019The wig arrived with many kinks in the hair due to the packaging/shipping. Since there is no way I could wear it the way it was, I mixed up a spray bottle of liquid fabric softener and water and used a wide tooth comb to gently untangle the kinks in the wig section by section. I used a small lamp to station the wig while I worked on it. Next I set the ends of the hair with large pink rollers. It is drying now, and looks really good (and smells nice too). The pompadour also needed some work as it was completely flat on one side. I used one large roller to fix this. The bone on the top of the wig is on the small side which I think is perfect; however, there was extra glue stuck to the bone that I am working on removing. All in all the wig will be fine, but I didn't expect to spend all the time that I have getting it back into shape. For $15 I expected to take it out of the package and wear it.Was this review helpful to you?