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pastel blue crimped, wavy long length wig

Hydra

£49.99

Hydra has black roots that grow into a pastel blue. The lengths are long with crimped curls, falling past the waist. Add your own look with dressing and styling. A lace front wig for a realistic hairline.

MariMoonway

I really love this wig, I feel like a fairy with her! It's a really soft and warm blue and the black roots are an awesome highlight on this wig. She is really light and fluffy. The hair feels like soft and cozy clouds, that's really amazing!
Included

Free wig cap

Colour

Pastel blue  

Lace front

Yes, swiss lace

Fringe type

Fringeless

Hair style

Crimped, Wavy

Parting style

Lace  

Length

65cm / 26 inches

Weight

414g / 14.6oz

Material

High temperature premium synthetic fibre  

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  1. Very ethereal!

    wolfselene

    The colour of this wig is really soft and ethereal, but the black roots keep it looking natural. The waves are lovely, thick and soft!

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  2. Like a pastel dream!

    MariMoonway

    I really love this wig, I feel like a fairy with her! It’s a really soft and warm blue and the black roots are an awesome highlight on this wig. She is really light and fluffy. The hair feels like soft and cozy clouds, that’s really amazing!

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