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Girls' Generation to Work with 'Hair Couture' Hair Brand

By Staff Writer | March 28, 2013 10:51 AM EDT

Girls' Generation to Work with 'Hair Couture' Hair Brand
Girls' Generation to Work with 'Hair Couture' Hair Brand (Photo : d)

Girl group Girls' Generation will be working with 'Hair Couture' hair brand and take over the global hair industry.

Yesterday, Hair Couture stated, "We have recently signed a contract with Girls' Generation and will work together to create hair products that will match each of the members. We hope that this will also receive much attention globally as well."

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This contract is not a simple contract but a joint one in that both teams worked together to get the group's name known as well as the hair brand.

These wigs will be sold in the U.S. as well as other countries including Thailand, Korea, China and more.

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