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Delightful by Revlon | Classic Bob Wig

Posted on April 6, 2010 by Wig Expert There have been 0 comments

Today we want to spotlight another great bob wig from Revlon’s 2010 Spring Collection called Delightful – a classic bob with modern style.

One of the best things about Delightful is the length which is perfect and flattering on almost every face shape. The salon-inspired cut and chin-length layers in front emphasize the jaw line to frame the face beautifully. Delightful is styled in a classic and sophisticated bob cut that is slightly graduated so that the front layers are a bit shorter than those in back. The subtle blended layers offer great movement, and the jagged cut ends in back give this bob a bit of a modern edge. Delightful is also designed with pre-cut bangs which are a bit longer than most will need; however, these bangs can be swept to the side for a sexy look or cut straight across by your stylist.

Delightful features a full monofilament top, so the hair looks natural where it is parted. The monofilament feature offers comfort, natural body and movement, and the ability to change the part of the wig. The rest of the cap construction is open-wefted for breathable and lightweight wear. Delightful boasts one of our favorite textures –smooth and sleek – which is fashion forward, memorable, and offers natural thickness for maximum believability. Styles such as this even allow you the fun of accessorizing; add a headband, scarf, or clips for fun to change up the look.

For more information on this salon-inspired look, visit Wigs.com here. You can also watch video on Delightful on our YouTube channel. Don’t forget to subscribe! Find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for the latest in wigs today. Tomorrow, we’ll show you an edgy bob - another great style in Revlon’s 2010 Spring Wig Collection.


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