We all realize that 2020 as a whole has been a disappointment. Still, there are two things that have never let us down: coffee and Raquel Welch wigs. In case you missed it, Raquel Welch expanded their color selection on their top sellers! Even better, the colors are inspired by your favorite iced-coffee treats. These 7 frosty, new hues will be just the thing to help end 2020 on a cool note.\n\n\n\n1. Iced Granita\n\nAn iced granita, when broken down to its essentials, is just sugar and water. When put together, these ingredients create a wonderful icy treat. Like the treat it is named after, this new Raquel Welch color is more than meets the eye. This color has silvery platinum blonde and medium gray to create a frosty hue that will be your new favorite. If you dig the chill hue of the Iced Granita, pair it together with the no-fuss style of the Voltage wig. The cool color on the soft wavy wig is an absolute knockout. \n\n2. Shaded Iced Cappuccino\n\nWith this second entry, we now enter the shaded hues of the new releases. Shaded is much like the term rooted if you are familiar. These shaded colors start at darkest at the root, for the appearance of natural root growth, and then progressively get lighter until the end of the strands. A cappuccino, as I’m sure you know, is a warm cup of espresso with just a splash of steamed milk foam. For this Raquel Welch hue, the beige blonde lowlights and dark roots are the dark cappuccino, while the ashy blonde base brings in that frothy lightness. \n\nTo bring this look home, try the Editor’s Pick wig. The modern and romantic look of this synthetic lace front wig has made it a best-seller. The tousled look of this pretty piece will be highlighted by the cool Iced Cappuccino hue.\n \n\n3. Shaded Iced Latte Macchiato\n\nMm, a macchiato. There isn’t much that can compare to the sweet decadence that a macchiato bring... although, this new wig shade comes close. Like the Iced Cappuccino hue, the Macchiato is a cool blonde mix. This one combines rich sandy blondes with light beige blonde strands. \nThis blonde blend is amazing in the Winner wig. The Winner wig is a synthetic layered pixie that offers a wispy bang and a tapered neckline. \n\n4. Shaded Iced Pumpkin Spice\n\nPumpkin spice has become the official taste of autumn in recent years. Despite decades of apple’s seasonal reign, pumpkin spice is the new favorite. Raquel Welch decided to embody that tasty trend with this deep auburn base that includes splashes of caramel and blonde. If you are feeling particularly spicy, check out the Scene Stealer in the Iced Pumpkin Spice hue. In this cozy color, the bold length of this wig will have you stealing scenes, glances, and hearts.\n\n5. Shaded Iced Java\n\nThis chill shade is as refreshing as a tall cup of iced coffee. Just like iced coffee, it’s a chilly twist on a classic. Its base is dark brown but it’s swirled with sandy ash brown highlights for that three-dimensional shine.\n Be sure to say “pretty please” to the cozy Shaded Iced Java and airy layers with the In Charge wig from Raquel Welch. \n\n6. Shaded Iced Mocha\n\nMocha refers to two different types of drinks. One is coffee made from a specific bean, while the other is coffee mixed with chocolate. This Raquel Welch shade had to be inspired by the chocolate variant because this brunette blend is as delectable as a chocolate bar. With this color, you get dark brown roots with a golden brown base that shines with sandy brown highlights.\n A wig like Upstage needs a color that is up to its speed. If you want to rock the flirty short layers of this wig, pair it with the sensual shade of the Shaded Iced Mocha. \n\n7. Shaded Iced Cafe Latte\n\nLast, but certainly not least, we have the milk and coffee favorite - the cafe latte. It may be named that, but this yummy shade is reminiscent of a caramel coffee drink with its ash brown base and golden highlights. If you feel up to it, flirt with this color a little! This hue is perfect for an effortless and layered cut, just like the Sparkle wig! Which of these cool new shades are you excited to try? Let us know in the comments!