Currently, many women prefer wigs to making their hair for different reasons. However, for it to look real, it has to stay well on one’s head.
We asked some women their embarrassing wig story and they had this to say.
I attended an event and as I bent to go under the canopy, my wig got stucked and was hanging in the air while people already sitted were staring at me.
I was really late for work, so I boarded a bike to make my journey fast. Suddenly, my wig fell off. I was so embarrassed. The bike man had to stop and help me get it. I just put it in my hand bag. Thank God the weaving I had under was still neat.
I fought to get into a bus that was going to Obalende. I got to the bus stop and was using one of those bank glass houses to adjust my skirt only to find out the only thing on my head is my rough Didi. My wig fell off while I was fighting to get into the bus.
During the days of bike and helmets in Lagos, I took off the helmet with the wig in the market.
I tried carrying a baby who didn’t want to be carried and he started struggling and pulled my wig off my head.
I went for an interview and was waiting for my turn when I saw a long time friend and in the process of hugging, my wig fell off.
I was on a bike and my wig fell off….I was really quick to catch it while the bike was still on motion. Although if it had fallen, I would have left it.
I went to the market and was passing in front of meat sellers, something hooked my wig from one of the petty shops and it pulled it off my head and hung it up.