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This braided up-do bun cover hairpiece attachment is a fast and easy way to style your hair! The modern chignon is a perfect hairstyle and one of this year's hottest fashion hair trends.


It is the perfect hairpiece for the prom, formal occasion, a unique wedding bridal hairstyle, or just for everyday wear! If you are looking for that perfect wedding hair style you have found it! This bridal hairstyle is easy to put in - perfect for the DIY bride!


This versatile chignon will help you make several fashion looks depending on where you place it in your hair. If your hair is long enough to put into a ponytail you can wear this braided bun wiglet hairdo. Just pull your hair into a ponytail and cover with the dome shaped bun cover.


This is an easy hairstyle creation that takes seconds to put in but looks like you spent hours at the salon!  Only you and I will know the truth!


Another easy instant hair style by me — Tressa the hairdressa! Let me be your online hairdresser with this instant braided hairstyle and have a great hair day every day!


I make my hair pieces from the highest quality synthetic hair. The hair I use is more expensive than other types of synthetic hair but it is super sleek and silky and looks and feels just like real hair so it's worth it!


I can match your hair and highlights as well.  Before you place your order be sure to read “How to Choose the Correct Color” here -> Custom Color Match <-  first with instructions on how to place your order – and be sure to contact me if you would like to see any color swatches.  I will send them out to you asap!


There are many colors to choose from!


Be sure to check out the color chart here --> Color Chart <-- to see all of the colors I have available.


Please put the color or colors you would like in the "order comments" area right above the “review order” button when you check out.

Thank you Roxanna Bina (aka. Foxy Roxy) for the pictures and the write up in your fashion blog! You can see her blog here:

Thank you Gretchen Byers for being my model! You can check out her photos at magikstock on deviant art.