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  • jamseales
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    I was sad to hear that you had to buy a wig today due to sudden hair loss. If you are interested you can also buy a really good toupee as they are quite amazing and quite helpful.

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  • GranFire
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    www.locksoflove.org

    It's psychological. Especially for women. A bald woman is a freak (or sick - Chemo) a bald man maybe sexy.

    But goodness, for the life of me, I don't see why one would even consider to sweat into that expensive thing! Get a bandana for workout and then amaze everybody how quickly you can fix your hair!


    (girly stuff, urgh!)

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  • Tom Yum
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    Originally posted by GranFire View Post
    If all else fails, just take it off and scare'em with 'wig hair'
    Then why wear the wig in the first place...lol

    You could hide weapons underneath the wig?

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  • GranFire
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    If all else fails, just take it off and scare'em with 'wig hair'

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  • Tom Yum
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    Originally posted by GranFire View Post
    According to Mr. Miyagi, everything can be a weapon! Wax on - Wax off
    I believe that!

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  • GranFire
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    Originally posted by Tom Yum View Post
    Can the wig be used as an improvised weapon?
    According to Mr. Miyagi, everything can be a weapon!

    Wax on - Wax off

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  • Tom Yum
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    Can the wig be used as an improvised weapon?

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  • Yu Law
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    hmmmm, u must be feeling pretty bad about your hair. Well, can u tell me if u lost your hair due to an illness? Cause if u did just leave it, if it was just nature taking its course, it's all up to u, get treatment, there are prod. out there and they are not THAT expensive, btw, im not bald or balding but i have hereditary baldness so im takign treatments to prevent it

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  • Tom Yum
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    Great topic in Women's SD.

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  • GranFire
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    Besides, the advantage of a wig is, you can give it the time off, so no sweating and washing required!

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  • Garland
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    Originally posted by Knowledge Bot View Post
    Wearing a wig while training By caarike - Fri, 12 Jan 2007 02:57:45 GMT

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm new here. I was hoping someone could give me some advise. I just had to buy a wig today due to sudden hair loss. I put it off for months but can't hide the baldness anymore.

    Has anyone worn a wig while training? If so, does it stay or should I just "suck it up" and let the wig stay on the stand?

    Thanks for any help!


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    MartialTalk.com Post Bot - Women's Self-Defense Feed

    Shave your head. It's easier to manage, it looks cool if you can pull it off. Think Angela Featherstone in "Minority Report" Demi Moore in "G.I. Jane" Sigourney Weaver in "Alien 3" and Natalie Portman in "V for Vendetta".

    It's practical, it's better for fighters and for self defense purposes...and it can be a sexy.
    One of my ex's actually had a shaved head when I met her.

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    Wearing a wig while training By caarike - Fri, 12 Jan 2007 02:57:45 GMT

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm new here. I was hoping someone could give me some advise. I just had to buy a wig today due to sudden hair loss. I put it off for months but can't hide the baldness anymore.

    Has anyone worn a wig while training? If so, does it stay or should I just "suck it up" and let the wig stay on the stand?

    Thanks for any help!


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