Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Of course I will do an update but it looks promising. I used it at night on a clean face. It applies pretty thin, (which I like) and I kept on over night. There was a bit of a sensation but it wasn't huge. I really liked it and I really think it was worth the money.
Just to spice it up a little, I added some white dots by this $1 nail polish. It is called french creme by wet n wild.
First of all, this was an absolute NIGHTMARE to try to blend with my natural 4c hair. I tried straightening it but it still wasn't really the same texture. After a while, it was a like a lightbulb went off in my head. I took an old wig (freetress vanilla girl) put that in a ponytail (cutting some of the excess off of course) then put the messy ponytail on.
Once I had that in order, the style itself was awesome! It give you a effortless beachy look. Great for summer but you know I'm going to rock it whenever I want.
(Another thing, I absoluetly hate the combs in this. They are short and I had to use a butt load of bobby pins to make sure that it wasn't going to slip off in the street)
I recommend this to women who kind of want to save old wigs, and relaxed girls.
Sunday, August 19, 2012
It chips but not more than regualr nail polish. I'd totally recommend this. I put Sally Hansen's Big Money on the tip as an accent.
Now this hair, this hair, this hair! The pictures above are first day hair and I was feeling myself the whole night. I'm natural so I braided my hair with mousse the night before. I know it wasn't a perfect blend but it was good enough that I got complimented on like crazy that night. I love the fact that it is an already made U-part wig so it automatically looks like a GOOD sew-in. Nice and full. It is synthetic so the shelf life is on the short side. Fingers crossed that is one of those wigs that get better with age.
So all in all I LOVE this wig, it is definitely going to be a repurchase and it blends okay with natural hair.