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fiwen30
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PostPosted: 0    Post subject: MH - to wig, or to root?

Hey, I wasn't sure whether to put this in the huge MH thread or not so feel free to merge, Mods ^^;

I'm planning a custom that'll require a head of mohair, as well as sculpted additions to the head and was wondering if it'd be easier to root the mohair, or buy a tiny wig? Has anyone has any experience with this? I'm looking for a style just past shoulder length with a side part, but very thick, fluffy and with that lovely slightly curly effect which I'm worried rooting wont achieve, but where can such tiny wigs be found?

Unfortunately a fake fur wig wouldn't quite cut it for the look I want, plus it'd be easier to anchor the wire bases for the sculpted head parts if it were rooted rather than wigged >.<

Any help?

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