Wigs for bald baby girls are real thanks to Baby Bangs
          

Baby girl wig before and after Baby Bangs

Have you ever sat there cooing over your precious little angel and thought to yourself, “You know what, I wish my baby girl had some more hair.” Me neither, but for those who do want to Zolciakify their darling little ladies, they now can thanks to a company called Baby Bangs.

Yep, there are now wigs for baby girls that you can buy. This child brain covering idea was the brainchild of Lisa Griggs-Campbell, a self-titled “hair replacement artist.” Via the company’s website they explained the formation of their wee-wigs like this:

Lisa, along with suggestions from daughter, Whitney, and using granddaughter, Wren, as a real live baby model for styling, sizing and comfort testing, was how Baby Bangs! came to life right before their very eyes! Less than 2 years later, Baby Bangs! .HAIR+band. was in the manufacturing stage. While putting safety and comfort first and foremost in the design of Baby Bangs!, Lisa, Whitney and Wren were also able to create a very comfortable, extremely natural-looking, fun and fashionable hair accessory/alternative for mothers with baby girls who have very little or no hair.

Baby Bangs has actually been around a while but has just started getting noticed nationally for what many parents consider a ridiculous if not offensive idea. Check out the following report via WCBS about the wigs that have many wigging out (including celebrity baby guru Rosie Pope):

Rosie said the idea is “totally crazy” She added, “It’s endless — baby stilettos were a big thing last year for babies that can’t walk.”

Here’s exactly what you’ll get from Baby Bangs:

Our patent pending HAIR+band accessory combination allows baby girl’s (with little or no hair at all) the opportunity to have a beautifully realistic HAIR style in a SNAP!! It’s quick, easy and baby barely knows it’s there. Each Baby Bangs! HAIR+band has been made using only the finest ribbons and fabrics, PLUS our Baby Bangs! come to you pre-customized & size appropriate, cut, styled and ready for immediate wear. The wispy hair strands have been arranged in the cutest most adorable elfish coiffure!

Silky strands of Monofiber Kanekalon are used to create our Baby Bangs! Hair Strands. Kanekalon is the most realistic man-made hair fiber available.

So what do you think of wigs for baby girls as a fashion accessory? I, for one, want to know why they aren’t providing options for baby boys too? Nothing goes with a little whoopsay-poopay like a baby toupee I say!


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    • Lalalala

      Vain & shallow. My daughter was born practically bald and it was adorable. This is just silly. It just promotes the idea that girls, or people in general, are not good enough the way they are

      • Soncie22

        Nicely played!! and I could not agree more!

    • muci

      so sick. babies are perfect.

    • Regina

      This is stupid.

    • heyBale

      Its troubling in a sense that theres enough interest in making this product in the first place.

      Its stems from the paris hilton/hyper-sexualition of young people. Looks are the end all, be all to being alive (especially in females).
      I know the creators/consumers of the wigs will say its just for fun or cuteness… but the underlying theme is superficial vanity. To burden your innocent baby with such ideals, is about as ugly as you can get.

    • twelfthnight

      How friggin vain of the parents. An acquaintance of mine has a nearly 2-year-old girl who is bald as the day she was born. It looks kinda strange to see a bald 2 year old, but I guarantee that baby isn’t thinking “Gee I’m embarrassed of not having any hair, I wish my mom would get me a wig”.

      I would understand if it was for 3 or 4 year old girls, for the poor kids who are going through cancer and miss the hair they DID have. But really, why does your baby need a wig?

    • Sweet Venom

      I thought babies were supposed to be kind of bald? Oh I guess not. Another stupid idea thought up by an even stupider person.

    • Sexism

      Impossible beauty standards for girls and women now start at age 0. Soon they will start en-vitro. Stupid and damaging.

    • SammyG

      These baby wigs will be a huge hit with the baby pageant parents.
      Oh and this is dumb as hell!

    • Dani

      I have to admire the craftsmanship, looks well made. Total waste of money though. If people can’t tell by all the pink that the baby is a girl, a wig, or ear piercings won’t help. No need to alter your baby’s perfectly normal appearance.

 

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