All right, I said, “I’m glad it’s a girl. And I hope she’ll be a fool—that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.”The archetypal belle of the Jazz Age Daisy Buchanan uttered these words to Tom Buchanan after their first child in The Great Gatsby, and she relayed the message to Gatsby to convey how utterly helpless (or careless) she felt in the world. Woah, that was heavy.If these words were entirely sincere, then Daisy’s ornate style belied how much she truly didn’t care about anything. Seriously, if we wake up not caring, it’s a sweatpants and loose t-shirt day. Daisy, on the other hand, dressed to the nines, and the first attraction was hair like this. The best part is you’ll feel exactly Daisy’s careless-but-stunning vibe when you realize how effortless it is to get results with such a stunning curly blonde wig!
You may not have been around for it the first time, but the 1920’s were a blast. With this jazz wig blonde, it’s sort of like getting a second chance at being a flapper.
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