You CAN Get Kim's Cut…And There’s No Need For Scissors



Have you noticed that EVERYONE’S cut their hair lately? Kim K, Kate Bosworth, Sienna, Rita and Rosie H-W have all embraced shorter locks in recent weeks; it’s effortless and chic but if you’re honest, a bit scary, too.  You’d love to give it a try, but what if it doesn’t suit you? Hair takes, like, AGES to grow. And you’re not very patient…



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Here’s the thing: the A-list have a secret. Beyonce, Rihanna and Rita Ora often turn to wigs when they want to switch up their style. Even Kylie was snapped with dark cropped hair for the cover of a magazine (you didn’t think she’d actually cut it, did you?) and Jennifer Hudson donned a wig at this year’s Grammys. The A-list can have an elfin cut one day and a choppy bob the next, adding that extra bit of edge, all while keeping their real hair perfectly intact.



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It’s totally doable if you fancy trying it for yourself too, with wigs available for as little as £30. Here are a few wig DOs and DON’Ts:

DO customise the cut and take your wig to a hairdresser to get it shaped and styled to suit your face.
DON’T wear a wig straight from the pack.

DO go for a natural looking hairline.

DON’T go too bulky at the crown; that just screams to the world “Hi everyone! I’m wearing a wig!”
DO know your measurement, you want the wig to fit your head perfectly.
DON’T believe the hype. Wigs are not hot and uncomfortable; with today’s wig technology they are lighter, cooler and more comfy than ever.



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Choose from a variety of wigs online at London Wig Shops (prices start at £30) or visit Bloomsbury of London (prices start at £70) to have your own bespoke wig made especially for you.