Mary J. Harris wants women to know the difference in wigs so they won’t get taken. At left is a wig with a full-lace base. At right is a wig with a lace-front base, or lace on just a small portion.
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Consumers may flip wig over falsely labeled hair
Unsuspecting women are being ripped off when it comes to buying wigs. They are being induced to pay higher prices for cheaper wigs that are falsely labeled as being a more expensive product. So says Mary J. Harris, a retired Richmond factory worker.