OK y’all, I know. I KNOW. Glam Slam is ridiculous on me. But it was on sale, and I hadn’t reviewed it before, so even though it looks horrible on me, like the old Vogue Wigs pitch woman they no longer use, I stuck it on and filmed it anyway so you could see it.
Oh, Vogue Wigs lady, how we miss you. (WHY did VW ever think hiring a woman with super-loong thick hair to model wigs was a good idea? Such a pretty gal, but her head was where all wigs went to die).
So let’s just consider this one of those wig videos I can trot out and share anytime someone comments that I have never ever tried on a wig that looked bad on me ever. Yes I have, people. YES I HAVE.
Suffice it to say Glam Slam is for sale, if you’re interested. And while we’re on the subject of selling, it’s really come to my attention lately that while I can re-sell a long wig in a heartbeat and get a decent price for it (although I always under-charge just because they sell fast that way), short wigs are ridiculously hard to unload without giving them away for free. I’ve finally managed to sell the Ryan, but the Tara, cute as she is, is still unsold and the asking price is down to $50 on eBay. And I only wore it for the video, so it’s like new! In the time I’ve had Ryan and Tara listed on eBay, I’ve managed to sell Elle, Scarlett, Pure Allure, AND Statement Piece – and none of those ever had to list on eBay. So even though I still feel like if I had to wear wigs full time I’d go with short ones due to the increased life span, I hesitate to buy them for reviews anymore because I struggle to get rid of them when they don’t work out. That said, I snagged an Ellen Wille Play shortie I’ve been wanting to try forever – found it for $101 which was a good deal for it. I hope I like it, because I know I won’t be able to sell it if I don’t!
It makes me think of Pat Benatar.
Anyway, prepare yourselves for the horror that is Glam Slam on my head.