4myhead Wigs UK Cancer Wigs, South Bucks Wigs, Beaconsfield Wigs, Vicki Ullah Wigs
Ladies Wigs UK Jo Ashcroft offers appointments for wig fittings in Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross, High Wycombe, South Bucks, Windsor, Wexham, Ascot, Maidenhead and Berkshire areas. Please contact us if you would like to book a home appointment. Our home consultations in the South Bucks area are free and you can try on a selection of wigs before buying or ordering.
We offer a selection of Vicki Ullah wigs, including the styles shown below. Vicki Ullah wigs use fine quality fibres to give the wig a more realistic feel. The styles are glamourous and trendy. Vicki Ullah wigs are easy to maintain with a wash and go look. Many of the wigs we have available are monofilament wigs.
The Ava wig is a long length wig with long monofilament feathered fringe.
The Eva wig is an elegant demi bob cut to hug the nape of the neck with a monofilament top and a smooth fringe.
The Bonnie style is a short machine made wig with a tousled back, volume at the crown and an eyebrow skimming fringe.
Many women choose to have a wig option available when they are going through chemotherapy and experiencing hair loss. We have selected a range of synthetic wigs that offer great styles, different lengths and natural colours. We offer a prompt and caring wig service. In general, fibre wigs will usually last around 3 to 5 months, depending on care and the frequency of wearing the wig. If you wear your wig daily, it should be washed every 10 to 14 days, otherwise once a month recommended. We think the Vicki Ullah wigs offer you a realistic look. You can look below at the styles of wigs we have available. You can buy the wigs securely using PayPal and we will post it to you via Royal Mail Signed For service. Vicki Ullah wigs are designed as one size fits all. Inside the wig you can use the hook and fabric eye to tighten the fit.
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