[With 3/4 Wig]
When I was given the chance to try out a 3/4 wig from Wonderland Wigs I was so excited as my sister has one and I've always wanted to get one for myself. As I always wear my hair with a bit of a curl/wave I chose the Layered Flick 3/4 Wig* and one of the lovely girls at Wonderland Wigs colour matched me to the shade 8H12/24 Mixed Brown Blonde Highlights. I'd always been reluctant to buy one of the 3/4 wigs as I never thought I'd get one to match the colour of my hair but this shade ended up matching my hair perfectly and looked really natural.
Wonderland 3/4 wigs come in a range of different colours and styles to suit everyone and the particular wig I chose is double volume with natural flicks and layers. Each wig has two hidden flexi combs at the front and back (which you can see in the photo above) that slide into the hair to hold the wig securely and comfortably in place. To put it in you simply section off the front part of your hair, slide the wig into place and then backcomb the front section over it to hide the line where the hair and the wig join. I like to add a few kirby grips (bobby pins) to make sure the wig definitely wont budge when I'm out.
This particular wig isn't real human hair, however you can get real human hair from Wonderland Wigs which are a bit pricier. Despite it being synthetic, it still looks really natural and you can keep it maintain by using special wig shampoo and conditioner that you can also purchase on the webiste. The standard length of my wig is 28 inches, however I cut a couple of inches off the bottom to make it roughly the same length as my natural hair.
I've wore this out on two nights out so far and I'm absolutely loving it, it's so much easier and quicker than clipping in rows of extensions. If you're a fan of extensions and glam voluminous hair I definitely recommend checking out Wonderland Wigs. The Layered 3/4 Wig costs £25.99 which is an amazing price considering I spend aroung £60/70 on my clip ins.
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