We take a look at the best and worst celebrity wigs
We take a look at the best and worst celebrity wigs -- What Jessica Simpson can learn from Star Jones, Raquel Welch and others
Oh, Jessica Simpson, did no one warn you? It’s one thing to hawk clothes, pizza, even acne medicine. But a new line of hair extensions? That’s gonna put you in a whole other class of celebrity, a verrry odd clique that includes Raquel Welch and Star Jones Reynolds. Which got us wondering what these ladies would look like wearing their own ”manes.” Inspired by the Rolling Stones’ Some Girls album cover, we got wiggy with it. Here, the results.
STAR JONES REYNOLDS
If Star seems unreal, it’s because she is — from scalp to…we’ll stop there. As Mrs. Al Reynolds writes in her tell-all, Shine, an ”emergency wig” from the Star Jones? Signature Collection ($49-69) is a must for hurried divas.
A chinstrap for hands-free styling, $2.50. (especiallyyours.com)
The old-school sexpot gets props for not only lending her famous name to the redundantly monikered Raquel Welch Signature Collection by Raquel Welch? ($114-314) but also serving as its spokesmodel.
Magic Combs that attach hair extensions, $36-44. (hairuwear.com)
Something tells us that Dominique Devereaux?Carroll’s divalicious Dynasty alter ego — would have sniffed at the Diahann Carroll? Collection ($39-49) of wigs. But then, she was beyond loaded.
A nifty collapsible wig stand, $6. (especiallyyours.com)
Ten years after her death, the Green Acres star’s flamboyant style lives on courtesy of over-the-top sister Zsa Zsa and Gabor® by Eva Gabor‘s ($100-175) awe-inspiring collection of multicolored wigs.
A terry turban, perfect if you’re wigless or wet, $15. (hairuwear.com)