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Color: Dark Red
Cap Size: Average cap fits all
Type: Synthetic Wig
Length: 80cm / 31" Long
Material: 100% Heat Friendly Resistant Heat Friendly Synthetic Fiber
Heat Resistant Temperature: 150 c / 302 f
This wig by Lizmall is a wavy wig style made of 100% synthetic hair. Featuring a full bang, you can either wear it off to the side or have it trimmed to wear it forward. Layered big wave start from neckline ensures a pretty hair shape. You may also have your hairdresser to style as you wish according to your face shape. Made with a traditional cap construction will ensure the volume and style to last all day long.
Traditional Cap Construction - closed flower net top makes it durable and helps maintain the built in volume
Adjustable Pull Straps - allows you to loosen or tighten the cap up to a half inch
Eartabs - make sure wig not point away from the face,makes it smooth and conceals the hair and hair line.
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Truly in love with this wig, using it for a Poison Ivy Lolita cosplay, it's so full and bouncy and the curls have stayed in place so far with me twirling in it lolPublished 4 months ago by Good luck Cat
Pretty color. Nice styling. Ok quality. Nothing spectacular. Hair comes out easily.Published 6 months ago by leeleemama
This company came through for me when I was in a wig bind. BEAUTIFUL product, too. Thank you so much.Published 7 months ago by Jocelyn Evangelista
This is such a beautiful wig, the other reviews of it being darker is true. I feel however it was the perfect color abd texture combined with thickness. Read morePublished 7 months ago by LovelyLilly
The wig is very high quality. I'm using it for a poison ivy costume and it looks just like real hair. I'm especially impressed with the way that it doesn't show any wig cap. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Erin Lei
I loved it. People actually thought it was my real hair at the Halloween party.Published 10 months ago by Lee Thao