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Sometimes, You Just Want to Look Different

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.

Do you sometimes want to look different? Appear different? And yet you are not sure whether you want that “different” to be long term.

You want to try something new but at the same time, you want the safety of being able to return to the usual. Well, until you are fully ready to look or be that different.

I think, at least, in terms of our hair — its color, its style, we all do. We want to sometimes experiment with how we look with a certain hairstyle or a certain hair color.

Sometimes this is related to an event we are attending or to a performance we are a part of. Sometimes, it’s just seems like a season of our lives where we want for some change, any change to take place. Our hair can be a very easy target during such times.

I would like to suggest that with the help of wigs or more specifically black wigs we can try and taste a bit of that change without long term consequences we might not be ready for.

Let me assure you that it’s not a complicated process. Thanks to online hair care product shopping sites like Black Hairspray, you can easily order for that hair change right in your own home or office. And there are sooo many choices! In fact, let me show you some:

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  • Explore having some waves and curls on your hair with a FreeTress Synthetic Equal Invisible L Part Wig – Anaty.

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  • Wear some twilight with you as you wear a Vivica A. Fox Synthetic Wig-Twilight. Go straight and breezy with your hair.

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  • You can also choose to just go straight all the way. Go with a black, clean and shiny look with an Amore Mio Synthetic Wig – AW-Tria.

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  • If finer curls are your thing, then there is FreeTress Synthetic Equal Invisible L Part Wig – Beauty. Look fresh and full of energy with pretty curls.

Indeed if you want to look different, the process is not as complicated really. And you’ll have plenty of “looks” to choose from, thanks to Black Hairspray 🙂

Less Can Mean More

I recently came across this 5-minute video featured in TED ( and found it quite interesting. The premise of its speaker Graham Hill as its title suggests: Less stuff, more happiness. You can check out his TED video here.

I grew up in a house which  has a larger space than the house I now have with my husband. But it has never really occurred to me wanting a bigger one than what we have now. My reason has always been that a bigger house means more time is needed to maintain it, keep it clean as it could mean more stuff ending up there.

Personally, I prefer a house where I know where all my stuff is, one  I can just clean by myself. And I want everything in that house to have a clear purpose for being there. This means I do give away and throw away stuff that I think is just occupying space at home (for whatever reason, writing that line reminded me of the Scientific definition of matter: anything that occupies space and has weight).

Early on in our marriage, I sometimes earned the ire of my husband when he looked for some stuff and it’s no longer there as I had already “edited” it from our home, from our life (and for this I have learned through the years to ask him first 🙂 ).

Does having less things indeed mean more happiness? I think so. It also means more freedom to pursue these: relating with the family, investing in the lives of others in need outside our home and going after things which have an eternal significance.

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