Contributing ( Lifestyle ) Writer
Out of health and beauty the most prevalent category that women love is hair. The sales and profits of hair products are proof, and astonishing at that. Statista.com reports that the global hair care market is roughly about 87.73 billion dollars in U.S dollars. Style and healthy hair is a must for every woman. If a woman’s hair is a mess, then it is most likely that her attitude and day is disastrous. Bad hair for a woman is totally unacceptable.
With such an emphasis on growing and maintaining beautiful hair it is an overwhelming difficult process, which is why the hair market is proven to be profitable. Not only that, but the upkeep of beautiful hair is so hard, even stressful that an abundance women choose to wear wigs rather than hassle about worrying about their natural/real tress.
Wigs are common daily “hair help.” They are a phenomenal substitute for beautiful flawless hair. With them women can be happy with their hairstyle, and care free while floss. Also, they can forever continue to experiment with a number of styles for an economical price. Creativity also can play a part. I asked Gia Patrice.
Per my personal request, Gia Patrice, a lover of hairstyling and wigs was kind enough to share her craft and innovation with the FEMM readers and me. Just read below. Thankfully she has accommodated FEMM readers with a guide to have absolute exceptional hair – how to make a wig (see below).
So, for women who, outside of the beauty store, would like to go beyond a bought style for amazing hair, now they can develop their own vision and style. Thanks to Gia Patrice. She has been very helpful with her devised plan. Amongst her many talents this is one of her best. Gia also shared a little more information about her hairstyling when I had the opportunity to ask her a few questions:
Thank you for taking the time to show us your creative craft in regards to beautiful hair. I’d like to ask you a few questions about your craft.
This craft of yours is very innovative, and not only that but very beneficial, or almost needed to many in order to accommodate the upkeep of maintaining extravagant hair/hairstyles, so what prompted you to start making wigs and master the craft?
Gia: I have been doing my own hair for most of my life and it wasn’t until I was in my 30’s that I began going to the salon and various braiding shops. It felt so good to be pampered, however, after one bad experience with a sew-in, which was entirely too tight and too expensive, I decided to try-it-myself. I knew how to braid and also knew how to sew, so the rest was a piece of cake.
Okay. Also, with your styles being very unique, modern and stylish, how do you invent such creations?
Gia: It starts with a vision: how do I want to look and feel? Whether short and sassy or long and sexy, it’s all about how I want to present myself to the world – that day, that month, that season, etc.
Lastly, where are you going with this? Are you doing this just as a hobby or gearing toward a certain goal such as starting a business?
Gia: That’s a good question. Initially, most activities for me are just hobbies. I do them because that’s what I love. If I’m lucky enough for this to generate some healthy income, then what a blessing that would be.
Well, thank you Gia for contributing your valuable ideas of mastery to the readers of Fashion Entertainment Media. I wish you the best, and please continue to read FEMM.
Thank you dearly.
Once again, thanks to Gia Patrice for hair help.
Contributing ( Lifestyle ) Writer