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Toni Brattin hair pieces..........

Started 1261080469 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1261168827 by Dreamchaser
Can you use hairspray on them? I see that you are supposed to wash them with a mild shampoo. Is it OK to use hairspray on them or would that even work? By the way, I bought my first one and I adore it! Just ordered a second one and it's on the way! :-)

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Dreamchaser12610819561836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
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lovestodan­ce12610824174802 PostsRegistered 6/12/2006
Have been tempted to order. However did order one a few years ago.
I have baby fine thin hair. Mainly in the crown area.
Did not hold on to my hair. I am also bad with placing there wig,wiglets etc on me.
Hate anything confining on my head.
Can you tell me which ones you own?
Also not sure if you can use regular hair spray on synthetic hair piece's. I still have a very old wig,and was told not to use human hair sprays on them.
However not sure about her's??
lovest
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Xenagirl12610826692185 PostsRegistered 6/15/2006Pa
If you go to Sally Beauty or one of the wig shops in the mall, they sell spray specifically for wigs and hairpieces. I love Toni's pieces, I have several and have been wearing them for years.

Dreamchaser12610844121836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
lovestodance - This is the piece that I own. I was so skeptical and nervous about trying it out but I love it now. It's very natural looking. Wore it to a couple of family gatherings and no one had a clue! http://beauty.hsn.com/toni-brattin-toni-pony-layered-flip-volumizing-hair-accessory_p-1972812_xp.aspx?webm_id=0&web_id=1972812&sf=bs&attr=161&ocm=bs|161&prev=hp!sf!161&ccm=bs|161
And this is the one I have on order. Can't wait to get it!
http://beauty.hsn.com/toni-brattin-all-in-one-hair-extensions-soft-curls_p-3242118_xp.aspx?webm_id=0&web_id=3242118&sf=bs&attr=161&ocm=bs|161&prev=hp!sf!161&ccm=bs|161

Dreamchaser12610845001836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
> If you go to Sally Beauty or one of the wig shops in
> the mall, they sell spray specifically for wigs and
> hairpieces. I love Toni's pieces, I have several and
> have been wearing them for years.
Cool! Thanks so much Xenagirl. Will definitely be making a trip to Sally's soon! :-)

Dreamchaser12610845821836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
By the way, Xenagirl - do they make shampoo for hair pieces too.......or is a mild shampoo just as good? What do you use?

missyw1126108647931102 PostsRegistered 3/4/2007
They look so fake.The models hair are dyed to match the hair pieces.

LipstickDi­va126108650135245 PostsRegistered 4/22/2005On the Lake in Ohio
Did you post this question on the HSNBB? If so, I answered you over there. LOL
I rec'd the soft curls piece on Friday (love, love, love it) and the instructions say you can use a light water soluble spray with them. I have heard Toni say you can use a light hairspray on them.
This isn't my first Toni piece and while I've never directly sprayed the piece, I spray my own hair around it so the piece gets some spray and I've never had a problem. Queen
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Dreamchaser12610876781836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
Hey Queen, I saw you answer me on the hsn board and I thought that was you! haha
I use Nick Chavez volumizing. About as far from a light hairspray as you can get! I'll be looking at Sally's today.
Does the hairspray actually work good on the hairpiece? Mine could use definitely use a little umph!

4doggies12610886083398 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
They do not look fake it you happen to have a hair color that matches the piece. I don't think hairspray would hurt it, but it is a synthetic fiber that will not respond to the spray the way hair would. If you want to use hairspray, I would spray your own hair first then put the piece on. I ordered a wig about 5 years ago and it was fabulous--strangers would come up and ask me who cuts my hair. I ordered a front filler recently, it's ok, but the quality has really declined since I ordered the first piece. I'm wondering if her 'prestiege' line (twice as expensive) is the quality of her original pieces?

note2baby12610890452576 PostsRegistered 1/23/2007Northern CA.
Missy... they do not look fake. I have white-blonde hair and use her platinum peices. No one even knows unless I tell them. Have used the updo peices for ages, and recently had my hair down at work and everyone thought I cut my hair LOL

NeedQVCAno­nMeeting1261093006434 PostsRegistered 8/17/2005
They DO NOT look fake.
Time and time again I have people compliment my hairdo and they just freak out when I show them the pieces.
They have many shades within them and they are a PERFECT match to my light brown hair.
:)

Dreamchaser12610971551836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
> They do not look fake it you happen to have a hair
> color that matches the piece. I don't think hairspray
> would hurt it, but it is a synthetic fiber that will
> not respond to the spray the way hair would. If you
> want to use hairspray, I would spray your own hair
> first then put the piece on. I ordered a wig about 5
> years ago and it was fabulous--strangers would come
> up and ask me who cuts my hair. I ordered a front
> filler recently, it's ok, but the quality has really
> declined since I ordered the first piece. I'm
> wondering if her 'prestiege' line (twice as
> expensive) is the quality of her original pieces?
Well, I want the hairspray for the hair piece, not my own hair. I have the layered flip volumizing piece and it could use a little fluffing up. I can fluff it up but it won't stay without hairspray.
Wow, she has a prestiege line!! Sounds cool!

Dreamchaser12610972201836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
> If you go to Sally Beauty or one of the wig shops in
> the mall, they sell spray specifically for wigs and
> hairpieces. I love Toni's pieces, I have several and
> have been wearing them for years.
Xenagirl - Do you use the spray? If so, how does it work for you?

Dreamchaser12610973631836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
4doggies - Where do they sell the presteige line? It's not on hsn is it?

missyw1126109999231102 PostsRegistered 3/4/2007
I would have to dye my hair like the hair pieces for them to look real. TB full wigs look really fake.
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Edited by MissyW1 at 12/17/2009 4:34 PM PST

Last edited on 12/17/2009

Xenagirl12611046812185 PostsRegistered 6/15/2006Pa
> > If you go to Sally Beauty or one of the wig
> shops in
> > the mall, they sell spray specifically for wigs
> and
> > hairpieces. I love Toni's pieces, I have several
> and
> > have been wearing them for years.
>
> Xenagirl - Do you use the spray? If so, how does it
> work for you?
I 've never used the spray, and I just use mild shampoo to wash them. I do use their wig conditioning spray, though.

bopper126110612413934 PostsRegistered 8/5/2007
She is on HSN this weekend beginning on Saturday if anyone is interested. I have several of her pieces and I really like them.

blankette1261106807502 PostsRegistered 12/7/2009
Paula Young is an excellent source for hair pieces and wigs and they have combined colors that look very natural on difficult to match hair...

rebel12611420455410 PostsRegistered 4/27/2007
i used to wear these all the time. not sure why i got away from them.
i love them. i used hairspray on them and washed them in a mild soap. they have been very durable and natural for me.
medium blonde is a great match for me. i don't think they look fake if you have a good color and nothing to far away from your own hairstyle and length

45, Fair, dry, sensitive skin, DSPW, yellow and neutral undertones, Cannot use "cones" high in ingred. deck, natural blonde wavy hair, blue eyes

4doggies12611458473398 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
Dreamchaser--I was wrong about the name, it's called the Platinum Collection. The last time she was on, she had several wigs that were around $200 rather than her usual pricing of $89-$99 , and she referred to them as the Platinum Line. There is currently only one listed at HSN, the others must have sold out. I am really thinking they are the quality of her original pieces instead of the cheaper ones she has now. I paid either $69 or $79 for my wig about 5 years ago, and it could not be more perfect. The front filler I purchased recently is ok, but it is shinier (not in a good way), and one of the clips does not work at all.

LipstickDi­va126115176635245 PostsRegistered 4/22/2005On the Lake in Ohio
I didn't really directly spray any spray on my soft curls piece because it definitely has enough volume for me. My issue is my own lackluster hair. LOL
I am very lucky that I can order the medium blonde and it exactly matches my color treated hair. You would think I dyed my hair to match the piece but it just so happens to match on it's own.
I do agree if the piece doesn't match, it's going to scream fake. Queen
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Dreamchaser12611661811836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
> Dreamchaser--I was wrong about the name, it's called
> the Platinum Collection. The last time she was on,
> she had several wigs that were around $200 rather
> than her usual pricing of $89-$99 , and she referred
> to them as the Platinum Line. There is currently
> only one listed at HSN, the others must have sold
> out. I am really thinking they are the quality of her
> original pieces instead of the cheaper ones she has
> now. I paid either $69 or $79 for my wig about 5
> years ago, and it could not be more perfect. The
> front filler I purchased recently is ok, but it is
> shinier (not in a good way), and one of the clips
> does not work at all.
Oh, OK thanks. I'm not interested in the wigs myself, just the hair pieces.
Sad to hear that about your front filler. That's a shame!

Dreamchaser12611663111836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
> I am very lucky that I can order the medium blonde
> and it exactly matches my color treated hair. You
> would think I dyed my hair to match the piece but it
> just so happens to match on it's own.
>
> I do agree if the piece doesn't match, it's going to
> scream fake. Queen
Oh yes, color match is key. If you don't have the right hair color, forget it! If you do, they're perfect!
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Edited by Dreamchaser at 12/18/2009 10:59 AM PST

Last edited on 12/18/2009

Dreamchaser12611664891836 PostsRegistered 5/15/2005
I do have to say though, my piece is shinier than my own hair. It doesn't scream fake or anything but it's definitely shinier.
Wish there was something you could spray on it to dull it up a little LOL!

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