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This wig has been wonderful to wear! I feel 20 years younger and I love the freedom of movement it has. I find that the back maintains the "beachwaves" really well and the color is as natural as it can be. I did not give it 5 stars because if the lacefront went from ear to ear instead of just at the front, I would have more stying options and would not have to worry about coloring my own thin gray hair to match the wig color.
Nothing what a picture looks...
I liked Jon Renau Adriana product . After weraing it off, ( 2 months), I decided to try Spicy by Jon Renau. The fiber di dnot look as a natural hair, style was different comapring to the ad images. I am glad I returend it right away.
Terrible fiber. My first wig and it was money down the drain.
Spicy not Spicy
I am terribly dissatisfied with this wig. It's very frizzy does not have body like the pictures online. Would not recommend it at all and especially for the high price. Wish I could get my money back.
This is a beautiful unit completely natural looking with woderful movement It;s a tiny bit thick at the monotop but easily thinned. The fiber is much softer and silkier than is usual for heat friendly fibers.
Absolutely worth every cent
Yes hand tied wigs are more expensive. Is Spicy worth the extra expense? ABSOLUTELY! Wonderfully natural texture on the fiber not too shiny not too curly and because of the handtied cap it moves entirely like my own hair used to. No worries about wind and wefts showing with this beauty!
The monofilament top is a bit thick for my taste but nothing my stylist can't address. And on the subject of styling this unit will only take very low heat...250-280 in comparison to many kanekelon wigs that can tolerate temps to 350. The lace front is neither too thick nor too thin nicely shaped hairline.
The only complaint that I have is one that I have for most of the upper end wig manufacturers....when are we going to see an ear to ear lace front?