- Men around the world, who still want their hair back after going bald, have joined women in using wigs
- This wig, for men, comes in different types and people will easily mistake it for real hair
- Different celebrities all over the world have been cited wearing these wigs
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!
As women wear different types of wigs for the purpose of fashion, men all over the world have also started wearing them, but theirs is beyond fashion - it is also for the purpose of covering their baldness.
Interestingly, these men's wigs come in different types too and you will mistake them for real hair as they look nothing like wigs.
It should be noted while some people go bald as a result of old age, other people's baldness have nothing with being old.
Whichever the type of baldness it is, these wigs were made to make people feel that they still have their hair and this invention has been nothing but amazing.
Other people, however, might feel uncomfortable with it and will want to look better with their natural hair.
A number of Nigerian celebrities are sitting comfortably on the male wig table. One of them is Ike Ogbonna.
The actor, who is known to carry a bald hairstyle, took to his official Instagram page to tell his fans and followers about a miracle he experienced overnight.
He shared a lovely photo of him rocking a new hair and he looked pleased by it.
In related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Nigerian fave and Nollywood actor Alex Ekubo later reacted to his friend and colleague Ike Ogbonna's new hairstyle.
According to Alex, he does not understand his friend's new hairstyle. He stated that IK seems possessed and there is no one to tell him that.
Briefly.co.za also previously reported that Toyin Abraham's husband Kolawole Ajewole has also caught the "wig bug".
In a video posted on his Instagram account, Kolawole was seen getting down to singer Korede Bello's new song as he flaunted his new hairstyle. The hairstyle is a permed wig lace covering the frontal part of his head.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!