EXPERIENCE: This was my second experience trying a wig out so I'm pretty much a newb with them. I mainly picked this one because of the unique color and long curls since I have very short, straight, fine hair. Gender is fake and there are some days when I'm feeling femme. Hence why I'm trying out wigs! COLOR: Lovin' the color. I tried finding the same color with other wigs to no avail. The picture is accurate, it's a soft matte grey/lavender color. Hardly any shine which I was hoping for! SIZE: My head is relatively small for a grown adult and I also have very fine hair so I was worried about it being too big and slipping off with every greatly anticipated hair flip or turn of the head. Not the case! The adjustable straps help keep it in place for the most part. However, judging by others' advice, I probably will invest in wig adhesive for more security. FIBER QUALITY/DENSITY: Again, I don't know ish about wigs but the fibers feel real nice and soft for synthetic hair! I haven't tried applying heat to it yet, but hopefully it's heat-resistant as advertised. There is a LOT of hair - which I like - especially with the pigtails attached. Makes it a lil heavy tho. CONS: - The hair extending from the back of the wig was already pretty tangled and frizzy compared to the other locks which were more uniform. It was difficult to brush them out and separate the hair so I could throw it over my shoulders. It made the overall look kind of inconsistent. - After laying all the hair over both of my shoulders, i noticed there was a part of the lace wig cap in the back that was sticking out through the fibers a little bit, making it more obvious I was wearing a wig (not that the ridiculous pigtails didn't already give it away). Not that I care all that much about this wig looking super realistic, BUT I'd rather not have to worry about the wig cap sticking out the back. Hopefully I can hide it with strategic styling?
Overall, I'm happy about this purchase. I look forward to wearing this out with a beanie or bucket hat on my femme days, probably without the pigtails mostly.