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Jim's hair in the early days of the show is, um, something. I mean, it's super cute that he's so floppy and lovable, but have you ever heard of a comb, dude? As it turns out, Jim's hair wasn't as effortless as he always made it seem. During Season 3, Krasinski was also shooting Leatherheads, and he had to shave his head for the role. When he returned to The Office for the second half of Season 3, producers made him wear a wig to maintain Jim's just-rolled-out-of-bed look. This is primetime TV, so of course the wig is pretty good, but if you look closely, you may be able tell that his hair is fake.


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It may seem shocking, but Krasinski said that "90% of the time" they performed "exactly what the writers wrote." Apparently, no one ever believes him when he says this, but he explains that the cast didn't need to improvise when they had such an amazing group of writers on the show. "We truly had one of the greatest brain trusts of comedy since probably, like, early [National] Lampoon days," he said.

According to Rolling Stone, when the cast read "The Dinner Party" at the table read, they thought it was so hilarious that the writers chose not to make any edits to the script. "Most scripts get rewritten, and I think this was the only one ever done that didn't," said writer Gene Stupnitsky. The one thing that was changed? "The only thing that was changed was that in our first draft Jan hits the neighbor's dog and kills it on purpose," he said. In the final cut, Jan reveals she purposefully spray-painted the neighbor's dog because it was being smug. In an episode that's already pretty dark, this seemed more acceptable to both the producers and the network.

If good hair color is what you're after, look no further than this blonde balayage synthetic wig. Customers love how realistic the synthetic strands are (read: not overly shiny) and how good the color looks. Try it in the ash blonde shown here, or choose from one of the other trendy hair color options.

With 4.5 stars and more than 13k reviews, this little synthetic number is a clear front-runner for the best wig on Amazon. It comes in a range of colors, from more natural shades to bright, fun ones (like the lilac hair shown here), and reviewers say it's very realistic-looking and works just as well as a costume wig as it does for everyday life.

THE REVIEW: "By far the BEST wig on Amazon for all of the following reasons... it's incredibly soft, has natural beautiful colors, the curls are perfect, the small lace area in the front comes with a natural looking part, the density, the hairline isn't awful like many I've tried, the cap is breathable/lightweight, the ear tabs help, it has three combs, and the adjustable straps to make it fit well and stay in place. Hands down this wig is #1 for me!" one review reads.

Two words keep coming up in the reviews of this best-selling wig on Amazon: minimal shedding. Not only that, but shoppers love how minimal the prep work is too. Plus, it comes with great choices for length.

THE REVIEW: "I've been asked several times if it's my real hair. Highly recommend! Very soft and full. Best quality curly hair I've had for this price. Can't beat it," one reviewer writes.

How cute is this bob wig?! More than 4.5k Amazon reviewers agree and recommend this 4-by-4-inch lace closure wig for those who are shopping for an affordable, everyday wig. Bonus points for good customer service too.

Countless reviews mention (1) how the lace melts, and (2) how gorgeous the curl pattern of this free-part wig is. The hair is pre-plucked and it looks incredibly realistic. What more could ya want???

When you want to try a pixie cut without the inevitable grow-out phase, order this popular Amazon wig instead. It might need a little tweaking to suit your style, but customers rave about the thickness of the wig (no visible stitching) as well as the incredible ease, price, and quality.

Sometimes you get what you pay for, but according to the 13k reviewers who gave this synthetic hair, HD-lace wig a whopping 4.1 stars, this one might be worth the gamble. Pro tip from Gibson: Avoid glue when using synthetic wigs (you'll thank her later when you try to clean it off) and try Bold Hold Lace Gelly that rinses away with cold water instead.

New to wigs? Try a headband style that's quick and easy to install, thanks to the stretchy attached headband and four combs around the inside, to wear with your own hairline or bangs. With this wig shown here, choose from a range of lengths from 8 inches to 26 inches of human hair that can be worn down or even in a bun.

IDK about you, but Zendaya has officially convinced me to try red hair. Buuut if I can get it without damaging my real hair, I might as well with this deep burgundy red lace-front wig made of super soft human hair. Complete with face-framing pieces, swooped edges, and long waves, this wig gets a hella good rating.

Wouldn't it be nice to have a different hairdo every day? Imagine rocking a stylish, asymmetrical bob during the week, but by the time the weekend rolls around, you'll be in cosplay sporting another 'do. You're probably thinking, "How can I make this happen?!" Synthetic wigs! No need for stressin' over your tresses, commitment-phobes! You don't have to make a long-term hairstyle switch, just throw your hair in a ponytail, grab a wig cap, and toss on a funky wig. Voilá! You're sporting a head-turning new coif without having to consult your stylist! If wigs are a little foreign to you, don't sweat it. We compiled some of the best online wig tutorials so you can ensure that your mane is always on point.

Are you ready to feel freaky fabulous this Halloween from head to toe? You already have the perfect Halloween outfit for the party, but perhaps your wig could use a little help. Costume wigs are made with synthetic fibers that don't react the same way as regular hair, so how are you supposed to tame your mane? Enter Miss Ava Cado, one of our wig styling experts, with all the tips and tricks you need to keep your wig in place and looking good all Halloween night!

So, you're going to basically take it. You're going to put both hands in it kind of like this. You're going to want to make sure- you see that little seam in the middle? Make sure that the outside is on the outside, otherwise, if your inside is inside-out, it will look like this. Got that little seam right there. Doesn't super-matter, but for the sake of learning.

So, you're going to take your wig cap inside-out, I mean outside-in...this is the outside of it! This is where we're going to be. We're going to take our hand. We're going to kind of hold it open like that, like a cat's cradle. And then you're just going to scoop your hair right into it. I'm pressing my thumbs to my forehead, I'm holding the wig cap where it needs to go on my forehead, and then I'm just scooping back with the rest of my hands, just like that! And now you check a mirror or your phone to see if you put it on right. Hold on! Did I wipe my eyebrows off? Let's see. She's a little low. And that's what the mirror's for.

Neaten out her edges, get it as far or high as you want to wearing your wig. Basically, this is going to be just a little bit behind where your wig is going to sit on your forehead. So, my wig cap's right here, my wig is probably going to sit right here.

Here's just a little side-by-side comparison. Here's the side that I've worked a lot more dry shampoo into and here's the side that I haven't worked as much on. As you can kind of see, this one is a little bit duller than this side. We haven't lost any color because we haven't used that much. We don't wanna use that much, because then it will look a little dusty. That's when you know you've used too much dry shampoo. So, we have this side a little shiny, this side a little duller. That's what we're gonna do to the whole wig.

And if you see, if it's a little bit tinted gray, that's kind of what you're looking for because that's the luster getting removed. That's just the dry shampoo sitting on there and kind of absorbing some of the light instead of just reflecting off of the plastic fibers. So, let's see. This side with dry shampoo, this side without. Side-by-side. And, after doing all of the little brushing and putting all of the dry shampoo, brushing it through the fibers as you need to. If it's still a little shiny on top, fret not! You can always do a little light dusting of your dry shampoo on top and just kind of work it in with your hands. As you would with normal hair. Again, don't dig into the teasing, she will fight you. We're not here for a fight, we're here for a good time. I'm just working it all the way into the fibers with my hands.

Now especially for these uh...for these pre-styled wigs. You want to look at the front it will tell you which way the hair wants to go. Cause the hair is styled. These wigs were made with a hairstyle in mind. So, this girl, she likes the middle part. So, we're just gonna keep that there. So, we're just gonna brush the hair the way it wants to go. You can kind of see that by looking at the tracks at the top. Which way the hair wants to go. If you see some gaps in the tracks, that's no biggy. It will still look like strands of hair. So, at the end of the day this is for a beautiful costume. But people are gonna look at this plastic wig on your head and they're gonna be like, "WOW. She's a natural redhead tonight. When did you have the time for all the dye?"

And this is the final result! All that's left to do is take some hairspray, get those loose hairs out of your eyes. Put her on and go to your Halloween party as the women's world traveler that you were always meant to be. Like this video? Need more tips on wigs? Please leave a comment! I'd love to answer any questions. Until next time, muah. 041b061a72

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