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This short wig has no perma-tease so it's not puffy and lays very natural like a short haircut would. I love the lace front , it's dense so it covers my own hair but not so dense that it looks fake. Very light too.
perfect style, bad fit. i've owned several JR smartlace mono top wigs and they all fit great... except for this one for some reason. the cap was unusually small for a JR wig. i do have an average-large head size but again i've never had an issue before. had to return it. now im wondering if this style just runs smaller or if i got a "lemon". i really wish they made more wigs in average, large, and petite... sometimes the "average" just doesn't cut it for a lot of people. :/
THIS IS A GREAT WIG. IT LOOKS NATURAL BUT I CANNOT FIGURE OUT WHY THE BACK PART FOLDS UP. MY SIZE IS AVERAGE. I TRIED THE LARGE SIZE BUT ITS TOO BIG. I USE AN AVERAGE SIZE I KEEP PULLING DOWN AND THE RIGHT SIDE BY MY NAPE MY HAIR COMES OUT THAT I HAVE TO KEEP PULLING BACK MY WIG.
This is a quality wig and does not look wiggy. The density is believable on an older woman, who likely would not have very thick hair. I actually have 3 of these, but I could not bring myself to get it in grey, which is my real color, but I HATE the grey choices. Silverstone or 56/51, is too blue for my taste. I prefer something like sandy silver. I did not see that offered. I have FS12/24B and I have 22F16. Of the two, I like the FS12/24B better as it has more depth of color and seems to look better on me, but since this is quite a short style, if you have a lot of hair or do not want to trim/shave nape or sideburn area, I recommend you stick close to your natural color. I would like to try other colors in this, but for now, that's it for me for this style. As an aside, it would be so helpful if Wigs.com put a descriptive color name with these color offerings. If colors are appropriately named, they can be very helpful in helping a customer choose a color. I have never had much luck with swatches, which I think are pretty useless.