Published: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 17:55 PM.
On a recent morning, Becky Settle, 55, opened her front door for an unusual party — a wig party.
A dozen women from her Niceville neighborhood walked in smiling and critically tugged each other’s hair, questioning who was wearing one.
The women giggled and sat in rows of chairs arranged in the living room. Settle took “before” photos on her iPad of each guest ahead of her presentation.
“There have been so many improvements in the manufacturing of wigs in the last 10 years,” she began. Removing her own wig while she spoke, she revealed her natural hair slicked back into a tight ponytail.
She then bent her head down, slid a wig over her hair and aligned it low on her forehead before tucking her ponytail inside. Gently, she adjusted the front to blend with her hairline. After a quick tug on the sides and a slight shift left and right, she shook her hair, flattened stray strands and smiled.
In all, only 30 seconds had passed until Settle stood tall, showing off her natural-looking hairstyle.
“It’s very fast,” she said. “All you have to do is put your makeup on. Your hair is ready.”For the full story click here