Robert dons a lifelike bodysuit and throws on a wig and a dress.
I had a wig made up to look like her and had body padding on to make me look more like her.
[Laughs] So you were, like, following the wig comments on Twitter?
Now when I see a woman with a wig, I pray to God to forgive her for wearing that thing on her head.
So for the sake of time, and saving my hair from frying off my scalp, we made a wig.
It almost collected like a wig, but the hair was in truth her own.
His red slave's wig is thus made a feature in the characterization.
Colonel Lewis wore no wig and was smoking a pipe, of which he was inordinately fond.
It is so called from a fancied resemblance to a wig on a barber's block.
Pollock's wig had a hole in the top; you could see it when he bent over to take notes.
1670s, shortened form of periwig. Meaning "person who wears a wig (professionally)" is from 1828. The verb meaning "to behave hysterically" (usually with out) is attested from 1955, from notion in to flip one's wig. Cf. dash my wig!, a former mild imprecation (1797), also wigs on the green (1856), Irish colloquial for "a fight or rumble" (because wigs are likely to get detached from owners in such an event).
A sleeveless undershirt worn by men •Fr regarding this as the attire of a male who would do this