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Amber.lynk

Country: Canada


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Recent reviews

Multiple uses might be a slight exaggeration, but did you know...
There are household items you can use for a wig.
If you're a budding minimalist or find yourself in a predicament where your trustworthy essential (can't live without, we do love a bit of drama) product runs out, and you were certain you had a reserve but it's nowhere to be found!
Don't panic, take a deep breath! Below are some save the day items all wig wears need to know. - Sepia

The color definitely isn’t what I expected from the photo. The wig is silver, but in the photo, looks more caramel/dirty blonde. It’s fun and bouncy, but the curls get tangled. I’m trying to find a way to keep it soft and smooth. The bangs are very long, so hopefully you’re good at cutting hair, which sadly I’m not. Overall, still great for the price. It’s probably the wig I wear the most. Updating: I’ve been wearing and loving this wig for a month now. Although I was a bit embarrassed when I took a hand held mirror and looked at the back. Despite combing and styling, you can see the lace in the back, exposing that it is a wig, and not real hair. The cap is also loose and ruffled in areas. Perhaps I have a smaller than average size head, because I had this issue with another style as well.

Multiple uses might be a slight exaggeration, but did you know...
There are household items you can use for a wig.
If you're a budding minimalist or find yourself in a predicament where your trustworthy essential (can't live without, we do love a bit of drama) product runs out, and you were certain you had a reserve but it's nowhere to be found!
Don't panic, take a deep breath! Below are some save the day items all wig wears need to know. - Chestnut

The wig is soft, and the hair is the same color as the photo, however the style is different. I was hoping for a beautiful long bob, but this wig is wavy and THICK! It looks awkward. I tried gently straightening it, but something isn’t right. The hair seems perhaps too thick. The bangs/front is really choppy and awkward. Some sort of layering? The cap ruffles and sticks up. It’s apparent that it’s a wig. It makes my forehead really itchy! Although, I contacted LUSH wigs and they were very understanding. After sending photos, they decided to send me a replacement wig. The replacement wig is also extremely itchy and unwearable, however I would still like to try one more wig.