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Unread 05-19-2013, 04:49 AM   #1
ardwennem2
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Axel wig mistake

Helloes :3

It seems I had misunderstood something I read on this forum for making axel's wig. I saw that it would be best to use 2 wigs, but I thought the wefts were added to make the spikes look better instead of using the second one for the widow's peak. So what I have done is cut all the wefts of one of my wigs, and sew them to on the same wefts on the other wig.
So the question is actually, does this really matter? Can I just leave them there ad only get the ones of I need for the widow's peak, or should I take them all of?

thanx ^^
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Unread 05-20-2013, 09:35 AM   #2
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I think your over thinking this. (had to reread your post 3 times to get your logic)

Just use what you need to use. The second wig just for parts.
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