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Through an eclectic sound, bold fashion choices, and a speak her mind persona, Solange has eased her way into adoring fans’ hearts. Even the industry’s toughest critics have embraced the “Losing You” singer with open arms. While she may not bask in the same commercial success of her global peers, she oozes authenticity in everything from her music to her style. We love the singer, songwriter and style icon for always pushing the envelope, especially when it comes to her mane! The Texan-bred beauty has worn many hairdos, including braids, silky straight styles, a dramatic brush cut, her own natural ‘fro, and most recently, Solo’s been playing with more natural and textured ‘do’s that put us in a 70s frame of mind. We gathered a few of our favorite Mane Moments from the singer. Take a look and get some ideas for your next style.

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Heat up your summer even more with unforgettable hair. It’s a Wig! has you covered with endless styles to choose from. If you can handle the heat, go with something long and glamorous, or if you want to cool things down a bit, try one of our short and sassy ‘dos. Take a peep at these five haute styles to get some ideas for your next look! *See more at ItsAWig.com

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Within our adored group of celebrities, there’s an elite circle that sets the style standard. Everything they wear is that much fiercer, including hair! We looked to a few supermodels, old school and new school, for some wig and weave inspiration and we were indeed inspired. These six show and prove that the pioneers still got it, while the newbies are just as iconic in their own right! The next time you switch your mane, try one of these looks from some of the world’s most famed runway icons. We even give you a few get-the-look suggestions from It’s a Wig!
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You know that saying, “Just because it’s in your size doesn’t mean it’s for you”? Well, just like clothing the same is true for wigs. Wigs are fun as they allow you to change up your style from classic to funky or whatever else you’re feeling, but you should still keep a few things in mind—like your face shape and natural texture—before settling on a new ‘do. Feel free to use this as a guide to make sure your mane complements that gorgeous face of yours!

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On her recent world tour, Queen of Glam Beyoncé made a joke about “snatching wigs” as fans literally showed their adoration for the superstar by bringing blonde tresses to the show and throwing them at her feet! Beyoncé is known for her snatching ways, and the good news is you can be too. This spring and summer, keep your mane just as tight and right as the wig snatcher herself with these little tidbits.

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I recently tried It’s A Wig!’s “Shannan” from the My Own Part collection and I’m head over heels in love with her! “Shannan” is a beautiful synthetic, iron-friendly unit with natural lace parting. Read on to check out the review and see more pictures!

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Wigs have certainly evolved over time. Lace fronts in particular offer a very natural looking option, as the hair appears to be growing from your own scalp. Not that the wonderful wigmakers aren’t already doing a fabulous job, but we actually discovered quite a few ways you can tweak your lace fronts and make them look even more like your own hair. Check out these simple tips!

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Ever want to experiment with color? Have a custom-dye job you’ve always wanted to try? The beauty of wigs is that though they come in many different colors, creating custom-color looks is still possible. It’s a Wig! chatted with ChinkeyChyna, licensed cosmetologist, pro makeup artist/hairstylist, and beauty expert about wig coloring trends and tips. Check out what she had to say below.

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On February 6 2014, It’s a Wig! collaborated with couture jewelry designer Laurel Dewitt to provide hair for her New York Fashion Week runway show featuring her infamous “wearable art” pieces. The show, which featured both male and female models, showcased innovative and beautifully-designed metal dresses, head pieces, tops, bottoms, and her signature couture jewelry pieces. Combined with the bold metallic gold, silvers, and blacks, the collection had a very regal god/goddess feel.

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