The Headshop Wigs Online Adds Rene Of Paris Line

Lindale, Texas (PressExposure) December 11, 2009 -- The Rene of Paris Hi-Fashion Collection is the company's newest line, featuring innovative, modern designs and their trademarked Hybrant Shades dimensional color system.

The Noriko Collection, created by well-known wig designer Noriko Suzuki, features natural looking diverse styles in popular gradient colors.

The Amore Designer Series are ideal wigs for women with special medical needs because of their softness, comfort and durability.

All Rene of Paris wigs are made with the highest quality synthetic fibers that provide a natural movement to the hair giving the wearer a sense of beauty and confidence in the way they look.

The HeadShop Wigs also provides several methods for customers to determine the best color of wig for their individual tastes. They have a full color chart of all Rene of Paris color options on their website that includes the company's natural airbrush colors, the highlighted colors of their Hybrant Shades and the multi-tones of their gradient colors.

Customers can also order a special synthetic color ring that includes color hair swatches for all Rene of Paris, Amore and Noriko wigs so they can get the look and feel of their new wig.

Rene of Paris wigs are very affordable and this is reflected by the competitive prices of The HeadShop Wigs.

About The HeadShop Wigs Online

The Head Shop Online is an online store of wigs and hair pieces. They sell wigs manufactured by Alan Eaton, Henry Margu, Jon Renau, Dream USA, and now Rene of Paris, plus many more brands. They offer wigs and hair pieces in short, medium and long styles. Children and men's wigs are also available. Through their website, you can find wigs separated by categories making your search easier. Purchases made through the site are discreet and personal, allowing buyers confidentiality when buying their wig or hair piece. Order from their website at

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Press Release Submitted On: December 14, 2009 at 1:53 am
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