My Favorite Products
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Diane rollers (blue)
I have been using these Diane mesh rollers for years. I secure them with corsage pins. I love using them for human or synthetic hair, because the mesh let’s the hot air penetrate from all sides.
Diane comb (Black)
I love this comb, it’s just a great styling tool that is a MUST in everyone’s kit. From sectioning off hair to doing finger waves, this comb is super versatile
I love this teasing comb because it has little teeth on the comb that make teasing really easy, and then you have the pick on the other side that I use to style the wig.
Metal bristle hairbrush
I love this brush for brushing out human hair as well as synthetic wigs. I love that it does not have little balls at the end of the bristles… Just make sure you start at the end of the hair and work your way up to the crown when you’re brushing out any kind of wig.
I love using this rave hairspray while I am styling a wig. It’s lightweight, and has the right amount of hold without becoming too stiff.
If you don’t want your hairstyle to move at all… This hairspray is your best friend :-) only use this hairspray when you are finished styling your hair or wig… and you want to lock in the style. For extra strong hold, spray your wig with this hairspray, and then use a blow dryer to dry it :-) and your wig will be hurricane proof :-)
Water spray bottle
I love this spray bottle, because it is basically a mister… It’s great for wetting your hair when do a roller set, or while styling. It’s also great for misting flowers.
Alligator curl clips
These alligator clips are another must have. From sectioning off hair while you are doing repairs or work on a section of a wig, to creating beautiful finger waves. I use these all the time. I like this specific brand because some other brands have a dip in the middle of the metal that forms the clip… and that dip can leave marks in the hair…
Scotch Magic Tape
I go through a lot of rolls of this tape… I use it to take molds of my client’s heads and when I am building my custom wig blocks. I love it because it is malleable … and not so stiff as clear tape, but that’s just a personal preference.
Singer Ball pins
These ball pins are my favorite, because they have the right length. (when they are too long, often they bend when you push them into the wig block). I use these to build my foundations for my wigs and hair pieces. And to block lace front wigs.
These little pliers are a true lifesaver when you are working with flat sewing pins (that don’t have a little ball at the end). This way you’re not hurting yourself or ruining your manicure when you are pushing in or taking out the pins.
I bought these scissors while visiting my family in Frankfurt Germany, in the Zwilling store and I absolutely LOVE them! I use them for precisely cutting the lace for my foundations. They are super sharp, and have the right size for the job. I also use them for cutting out returns in wigs. Thank God they sell these on Amazon as well.
Eschenbach clip on magnifying glasses
These are my absolute life savers… I wear them all day long when I am knotting hair into a wig, as well as when I am sewing foundations. They just bring everything closer, and your eyes don’t have to work so hard.
I love this measuring tape because it uses inches as well as centimeters. I use this for measuring the heads of my clients, and for building my custom wig blocks.
This is the invisible thread that I use to sew all my custom wig foundations. I just love this one, because it is thin enough to not slip off your ventilating needle but it is also a sturdy enough to create a well-made foundation.
Oh my trusty ring light :-) I use this to create all my content. It has made my pictures and videos look so much better. I love this one because you can switch from warm light to cold light and any combination in between. And, you can dim the light from super bright to very low. I’ve had it for years, and it still works great :-)