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This article brought to you courtesy of Debra Petrie of The Wig Gallery, Portland Tribune Insider Wig Expert.

Debra Petrie

Where you buy your wig is one of the most important decisions about your wig.

According to the Consumer Affairs website consumeraffairs.com, wig stores on the Internet may have a large selection, but because you cannot handle or try on the wig prior to purchasing, it can be hard to find one that works best for you. Many online sites are located in China and you cannot reliably expect to receive what you see. On the other hand, many people choose to purchase their wig from a physical store specializing in wigs. Brick and mortar wig sellers are experienced in finding the right wig or hairpiece for clients with different needs and desires and can often help you find one that fits right and looks good with your face shape and coloring

Many online wig retailers do not show the actual wig on their site, but instead use a photo of a celebrity to represent the type of wig you will receive when you order. At a retail wig store you can handle the wig and see how it feels and looks on you, not a celebrity. Also, the wig store is able to style and customize your wig. It is easy to ask questions and get advice from a real person who knows you and your hairpiece needs.

At The Wig Gallery in Portland, our experts have the knowledge and experience to help you find the perfect wig for your style and needs. We also offer styling and cleaning services to help you maintain your hair piece. Contact us today.

The Wig Gallery

8401 N.E. Halsey Street

Portland, OR

503-253-5680

www.thewiggallery.com

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