Wig Making Made Simple Reviews

Wig Making Made Simple

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Learn how to create beautiful wigs from start to finish. With a few tools and supplies, this step by step guide including photos gives you all the information you need to create your own beautiful custom wigs fast. Learn 7 different wig making methods, how to change your hair texture,styling tips and tricks.

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  1. Robbin A. Vester
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Buy, Easy Read and Informational, January 1, 2014
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    This review is from: Wig Making Made Simple (Paperback)
    While looking for wig making books I read the two reviews and I am thinking that those reviewers didn’t actually read this book. This book offers some of the same information the other wig making book I ordered for $50.00 offers. This book is written by a woman that makes her own wigs and hair pieces and offers good photos and instructions. I am not sure that I will use all of the techniques described in this book but if you are looking to make wigs with wefts of hair this is a good offering at a very low cost.

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  2. Louis Dunham
    8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    I am Ashamed to share an Industry with this Author., April 15, 2013
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    This review is from: Wig Making Made Simple (Paperback)
    I have never before seen such unprofessional wig work and poor editing as makes up “Wig Making Made Simple” by Mrs. Shon Stoker.

    The wigmaking techniques present within have very little application for any serious wigmaking student, and even those techniques are described with such poor grammar as to give the impression that the author has never seen higher than an eighth-grade education in language arts. A segue into chatspeak would not seem out of place amongst the variety of misused tenses, “They’re”‘s, and overuse of exclamative phrasing.

    The continued publishing of this book is a testament to the fact that ANYONE can call themselves a professional, by conforming to the basic definition of the word. Though one must ask, knowing that a “professional” is simply one who makes money on their work, whether it ought to count if that “professional work” would only ever be paid for by mistake.

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