How to dress for the apocalypse

There’s no shortage of new fashion trends popping up as people prepare for the coming apocalypse.

Now, an Australian company is hoping to offer the same thing to everyone.

Aladdin hairstylist, Justin and Anna Anderson, is launching a line of high-end hairpieces for women in the coming weeks.

These high-quality hairpieces will be available in two styles: an all-over bang and a straight bang.

In the bang style, the hairpieces are designed to blend seamlessly into the hairstyle.

They’ll feature the same shape and texture as the hair they’re being worn, with a sleek edge.

In a photo on the company’s Instagram account, the Anderson sisters pose with their hair accessories.

“We want people to look good in their hair and look great in their face,” Anna Anderson said in a statement.

“I think it’s going to be a lot of fun for people to experiment with their looks and how they want to wear their hair.”

Aladdin says the new collection will launch in June.

We’ve seen a lot in the past couple of months of how people are looking good in and looking great out of their hair.

It’s just great to see people getting excited about what’s coming.

We’re going to bring this out into the world.

Almas Anderson said the company is aiming to offer a range of different styles of hair in the first few weeks of its launch.

They plan to offer five different styles for women: the bang, straight bang, braid, curl and braids.

These will be sold for $79.99 and $99.99, respectively.

“People are looking for a more modern look, a more contemporary look, and we are definitely a hair accessory company that’s looking to provide a different experience to people who are going to need to do a lot with their own hair,” Almas said.

Almatics Anderson said it is difficult to get hairpieces made at home in Australia.

The company is currently in the process of creating its first headpiece, a sleek and lightweight straight bang hairpiece.

“There’s a lot going on in the world and the global fashion industry,” she said.

“It’s just really exciting for us to be part of this global movement.”