Wig supplier partners with designer to host fashion show
on Wednesday,March 31,2010 18:03
Online designer Rpgshow.com, a purveyor of lace wigs, has announced the success of its first fashion show.
In partnership with stylist Bella Qiu, the company showcased its latest creations while integrating modern hairstyling from Europe and the U.S. Both straight and curly styles were featured in the show, and most of the wig designs are long-haired models.
Qiu, who has worked with the wig company for the past six years, is a graduate of Pivot Point College, and has served as a guest lecturer and chief hair stylist in the U.S. and Shanghai, according to the company's website.
All of the wigs featured in the show were made of Indian and Japanese virgin Remy hair, which was transplanted into the wigs on a strand-by-strand basis.
All the lace wigs featured in the show are featured on the organization's website and are available for purchase. In addition to virgin Remy hair wigs, the company also offers simple straight, curly and wavy editions, as well as models that mimic celebrity hairstyles.
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