Transform Yourself with Hair Loss and Beauty Solutions from Chiquel
There is no faster, less-extreme way to completely overhaul your look, than to put on a wig, extend the length of your hair or clip on a fringe. Celebrities like Beyonce, Niki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga are all fans of transforming themselves (often overnight!) using wigs, hair pieces and extensions.
Chiquel is a fashion wig retailer who specialises in wigs, hair extensions, hairpieces and even eyebrow wigs! Born from a desire to help people feel and look their best during stages of hair loss, Chiquel works with their customers closely to provide the best hair loss and beauty solutions to suit them, whether that is a custom designed wig, or human hair extensions to fill out a thinning mane.
Now there are wigs, and then there are wigs. The difference with Chiquel is not just in the exceptional customer service their clients receive, but also in their quality. They might not be the most affordable hair solutions but if you want a natural, high-quality solution to changing your look, covering up hair loss or simply to add length to your current cut, then Chiquel’s online store is where you’ll find everything you’ll need to achieve this.
Below are a few samples of actual hair solutions available from Chiquel:
Lana Lace Front Human Hair
This gorgeous lace front, long length wig incorporates 100% human hair, soft layers and more than enough body! The lace front design and monofilament top give you the most natural-look with an invisible hairline. This style can be worn tied up or let loose showing off the natural waves.
Tova Synthetic Monofilament
The Tova incorporates a trendy, pixie crop with flipped ends and wispy layers. What’s more, this synthetic wig is easy to style so you have full creative control to change it up when you feel the need. This style is available in a variety of colours including: Dark Chocolate, Coffee Latte, Harvest Gold and Maple Brown.
Easibang Hair Piece
This clip-in fringe is the easiest way to transform your hairstyle, or find out if you actually look good with bangs before making the chop yourself. This human hair clip in attachment is lightweight and creates a natural looking fringe without the need to cut your own bangs. This hair piece can even be styled to create different looks.
Easixtend 16 inch Elite Clip On Hair Extensions
Arguably the best hair extensions on the market – Easixtend are designed to blend naturally with your own hair. These come in a variety of lengths and piece numbers, and are available in more than 24 colours. What’s more, you can even straighten, curl or colour them.
Weft Permanent Hair Extensions
At Chiquel, you can order either standard or custom weft permanent hair extensions. These use a state of the art beaded design which means no more glues, waxes or other chemicals. Choosing custom weft, allows you to create the hair extensions you want by tailoring the colour (block, two-tone or regrowth), length and hair type (Brazilian, European or Russian).
These are just a few hair solutions available from Chiquel. They have an extensive range of human hair, synthetic, costume and lace front wigs, synthetic, human hair, temporary and permanent hair extensions, hair pieces and even fake eyebrows and eyelashes to choose from. Chiquel are based in Melbourne, Australia but offer international shipping so you can order online and have it shipped to you, wherever you are in the world. Check out www.chiquel.com.au to view all the hair and beauty solutions they offer.
Photos by Suzy
I will be posting some of the outtakes from the Aritzia feature that Suzy photographed a while back.
You can read more about Karen, a vintage shop owner, on their site.
I will be joining and photographing the first annual Beijing Vintage Bike Run on April 20. Organized by Serk and 700bike, inspiration comes from the now famous London Tweed Run, an event clearly more about clothes than bikes. This ride will take 100 hip biking enthusiasts from Sanlitun, through a not terribly picturesque collection of ring-roads and high-rises, to the 798 Art District. Tweed is welcome but the specific style recommendation for the event is 70s and 80s China retro chic, meaning Mao suits and such. It is perfect tweed weather in Beijing at the moment, but I fear it will suddenly be completely summery in three weeks time.
You can sign up here, but be fast since spots are limited.
Stylites should be back and fully operational with comments working and a new design within a week. Thanks to all of our loyal viewers for their continued patience.
Photos by Suzy
What a lovely shot of the Excelsior Chair!
Photos by Suzy
Suzy took these wonderful photos at the grand opening of Mesa, Sanlitun North’s latest stylish hotspot.
Above is Julien Tang, wildly creative extraordinaire.
Hopes are high for the upcoming spring, but it seems that cute sweaters like this one from emerging young designer Momo Wang‘s latest collection could work as transitional pieces too. Read More
The online store Dress in Elegance provides high quality cocktail and formal dresses. The store offers a wide selection of cocktail dresses in a variety of styles that are made with high quality fabrics. Traditional silhouettes and clean lines are combined with trendy pieces and handmade embellishments to create stylish and elegant cocktail wear. From fun and flirty to simple and sophisticated, the cocktail dresses collection has a frock for every occasion. Here are a few of the gorgeous dresses from the Dress in Elegance cocktail range.
Lilac Strapless and Sweetheart Tutu Knee Length Dress
Feminine and fun, this white cocktail dress is perfect for parties. With a classic sweetheart neckline, the white satin bodice is tailored to fit. The knee length skirt is inspired by a tutu and is made with soft lilac tulle.
Red Peony Strapless Knee Length Dress
Red is always a popular choice for bold and confident women. Lace decorates the bust of this satin dress. Silver beads and sequins embellish the lace. A waistband is created with embellished lace and a trio of peonies. Intricately detailed, each peony is hand crafted. Gathering in the waist adds soft ruffles to the skirt, making it comfortable and flattering. This little red cocktail dress is appropriate for a hot date.
Short Black and Blue Vintage Lace Dress
Modern with a touch of vintage, this 1920s inspired vintage cocktail dress is perfect for a night out on the town. It is a double layer dress made with satin, lace and gauze. The blue satin adds a fun touch to this sophisticated cocktail frock. The blue layer has a sweetheart neckline and the top layer has a double v-neckline. A wide lace band with intricate black beading cinches and emphasizes the waist of this knee length dress.
Burnt Orange Strapless Knee Length Bubble Dress
Golden rose satin is used to create this fun and flirty cocktail gown. It has a strapless neckline, which is a popular choice for cocktail attire. The trendy bubble skirt adds a volume to the skirt. The double bow adds a cute touch to this elegant cocktail dress.
Thanks a lot to Gautier Chiarini, designer and founder of the ChairMan, for donating his Excelsior Chair, to the charity auction tomorrow at Mesa with proceeds going to Free Lunch for Children. Made in Jingdezhen, Chiarrini calls the Excelsior “a tribute to the Chinese millenary craft of porcelain making with an anachronistic foreign concept of space. It is a prototype of a series of numbered chairs to be released this spring.”
The grand opening of Mesa on March First will be Beijing’s first dazzling party in the Year of the Snake (sorry Dior!). In addition to free flow wine, cocktails, beer, tapas and desserts, the event features a live jazz performance by Phillipe Mege and a charity auction with proceeds going to Free Lunch for Children. Bidding is on items donated by the Four Seasons Beijing, D-Sata, the Chair Man, and others local designers, wine distributors, and retail outlets.
Stylites gets a mention in this WSJ piece and the accompanying News Hub video. Interestingly, this is the photo they chose to represent Beijing street style. Some of my friends seem to think that this was just an earthier version of Tokyo (土版的东京).
Thanks to journalist Christina Slattery for the coverage.
Stylites Partner Suzy will have photos on display at a event called No More Mono. It will be a great chance to see photos from this blog in printed form. Mono is short for Monoculture. More information here, from Douban.
The opening aperitif is tomorrow (Friday, Feb 22) at 19:00 in the LD Design Center (东四十条94号 ). Tasty, locally produced and “as organic as possible” food from Laura Fanelli’s ‘The Veggie Table’ will be served as well as one of the only very good cheeses made in Beijing by Yang Liu’s ‘Le Fromager de Pékin’.
My dear friend photographer Eric Gregory Powell, famous for his work for Monocle, Wallpaper and other major publications, joined Jeffrey and I for some drinks at Jeffrey’s bachelor penthouse the other night. Jeffrey made some delicate gin cocktails including the Aviation and Last Word. It’s good to have a friend who always has Maraschino and Chartreuse on hand.
Eric decided to shoot a few images of Jeffrey in his Senli and Frye suits. The one above is in Shandong silk that works nicely as a separate, something that cannot be said for many suit coats. Jeffrey also has a suit like this in rust.
Stocks in Swiss watch brands plummeted yesterday as the Chinese government “banned advertising for luxury brands”. The luxury brands are again a scapegoat for the government. There have been several big announcements like this over the last couple years. Above all, these produce a great deal of confusion for both consumers and the luxury brands because they are never well-defined and that reflects the reality that they are more of publicity stunt than anything else. The comments online seem to mostly be mystified. No one except the owners of stock in Swiss watch brands seems sure of what a “luxury good” is, for the purposes of this law. I think last time it was advertisements in public spaces that were prohibited. I still see them in airports and other somewhat higher end locations, so I’m not sure what it means. This new regulation applies to TV and radio. I saw that some the reports in Western media didn’t seem to make this distinction. There was no mention of print and online. The online commentary I have read in Chinese was predicting a continued switch into these realms by LV and all the rest.
Release inner rainbow with this Paul Smith swirl molded case made just for that brand new iPhone 5 available here. The grained leather coating with the designer’s iconic stripes will show the owner to be as playful and quirky as his phone is functional. This is the perfect Valentine’s Day Gift for the man who has everything including a naughty little child trapped inside of him.
Just another update: We have the technical team working on the site and the viruses and no-comment situation should be resolved within the next week. Thanks again for your patience and Happy Year of the Snake! Here is a perfect gift idea for this occasion.
I just wanted to tell all our loyal readers that there will be progress soon. We have a web specialist working on trying to resolve the glitches on the site and things should be up and running soon. In this period, we are also trying to imagine new directions for the site over the next few years.
In other news, Stylites has a feature, photographed by Suzy, in Aritzia magazine. These are some great profiles of the kind of bohemian Beijing girls that have been appearing here over the years. These bold girls are not afraid of color.
Also, please “like” the new Facebook page of LifeStyle magazine.
The wisest of the creatures in the Chinese zodiac, snakes strike quickly and accurately, invariably taking all by surprise. As we enter their year, those born under this sign will need an accessory representative of their refinement and mastery of complexity. These limited edition print scarves in delicate silk are from British label Vassilisa, which takes its name from a fairytale Russian maiden whose beauty and skills at weaving fabric captured the heart of a prince.
Even those who are not snakes themselves should celebrate the year with something scaly. The blue version is here
and other colors are here
, all from go-british.com
, online purveyors of all that has the whiff and feel of England.
My apologies for the site being somewhat dormant of late. We are in the process of trying to find out what the next major stages will be in its development. There are also a few problems related to comments and spam overload that still have to be worked out. We will keep you updated. Have a good time over the holidays!
Photo : Suzy
Marlon is a rising star in the field of general necromancy and PR.
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