Okay – longer than usual wait between updates here…
Apologies for the huge break in transmission! Wildilocks hasn’t been out of commission though – far from it! I’ve been so busy I’ve hardly had time to do updates, and I still have a huge backlog of images for the client gallery to put up. Please bear with me, I’m hoping after the next tour that there’ll be complete catching up. I’ve managed to put up most of the loose extensions, and am slowly making my way through other areas.
However – there are new things afoot that I’m very excited about, so let me tell you all about what’s new.
Brisbane/Sydney/Melbourne June Tour Report
June tour was hectic, with Melbourne as usual being the busiest. Some new clients but familiar faces also! One particular client I’ve kept wraps on as I’ve been hoping for some exciting news but seems everyone else has been as busy as I’ve been, so still waiting – yes I know that’s cryptic, but that’s all I can say here!
It’s now less than 2 weeks til the next tour to Sydney and Melbourne – so if you’re in one of those cities and would like extensions – get in touch asap! Slots only available for loose or wool extensions now – no more dreadlock slots available I’m afraid!
Fashion Parade – Seven Deadly Sins!
Wildilocks had a very brief cameo appearance in the last local fashion parade by Subversion held at Sin nightclub on Sat 28th August 2004 — just one very special “performance” piece — edible hair! See a quicktime movie of the actual eating here, as well as more pictures in the gallery.
New Section: Wool!
Over the last 6 months I’ve been experimenting with wool, and I’ve now got a local supplier who makes beautiful soft and vibrant chunky wool similar to Colinette Point 5, but a little softer, fluffier and more voluminous – which means you need less to get the same volume. It comes in a huge range of colours, and until September 14, Wildilocks is having a pre-order special for this new line.
New product: flashing braids!
And just new in as of last week, Wildilocks now accents other fun glowy stuff such as EL-wire for plastic falls, with new flashing hair braids! These bright LED multicolour braids go fabulously with plastic falls or can be worn on their own. Easy to operate and batteries are replaceable – they’re also remarkably cheap [$USD 2.75 each!]. See the shop section for more details – more photos coming soon, these are all I’ve had time for so far!
That’s about it for now, though I’ll try and be back much sooner with the next update!