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Estetica Designs' Risqué Collection to Be Featured On New "Styled to Rock" Reality-TV Competition This Fall

Estetica Designs is a wig sponsor for "Styled to Rock," a new reality-TV show that's slated to air on the Style Network in the fall and is executive-produced by entertainer and entrepreneur Robyn "Rihanna" Fenty.

The designer-competition series will feature 12 aspiring designers who create cutting-edge styles for major celebrities as they compete for the title of America's next trendsetting designer.

VERSAHAIR Jaclyn Smith Wig Collection

VERSAHAIR Jaclyn Smith Wig Collection

Featuring hairstyles created by award-winning actress and designer Jaclyn Smith along with longtime friend and famed celebrity hairstylist José Eber, this collection offers full-coverage wigs to volume-boosting hairpieces to quick ponytails and up-dos. It includes 100% human-hair wigs, human-hair blends, lace fronts, monofilament styles, SOFTouch styles and hairpieces. Call 800.558.9447 or visit www.stylebyjaclynsmith.com.

Miracle HairBand

Miracle HairBand

This monofilament crown with human hair attached to the headband covers much of the wearer's head while allowing her own hair to show through. It can be cut or styled to suit, and can be worn to match or contrast existing hair color. The headband, which secures the crown in place, is also available in a variety of colors and styles. Visit www.itsbetterthanawig.com.

Follea Lifestyle Wig

Follea Lifestyle Wig

Follea's Lifestyle 10-inch layered/15-inch overall wig is offered in color C6020, a radiant blonde with honey blonde and light brown lowlights. Each Follea Lifestyle-2 Next-Generation wig is 100% hand-tied with each hair sewn by hand. Featuring double-drawn premium European hair, it has natural movement and sheen to replicate a woman’s own hair. The hidden-knot French top is indistinguishable from natural skin. Lifestyle-2 wigs are also carried in additional lengths and colors.

Hair Extensions Robberies

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Beauty businesses have been hit with the costly trauma of being robbed of one of their most expensive offerings—hair extensions.

At first glance, the YouTube surveillance footage capturing the April 2011 break-in at Hair Divas Distributors seems like it could be the start to any routine burglary as four hooded crooks kick in the front door of a San Leandro, California-based beauty business just after sunrise.