I had to get one pink color wig of those for a cosplay because they were the only shop carrying the exact one I wanted in the colour I wanted it to be, so I figured I should order a couple for Lolita/other fashion styles because I had been wanting to do so for a while. Ended up filling my cart with this wigs! So here’s a review of it.
Before you read through this review, please note that these are my first wigs apart from a Bodyline one I owned a while ago. This review will be based solely on the comparison between those wigs as I do not have enough wig experience to compare with something else. After reading my review, I hope it will be useful.
My wig was wrapped inside a hair net with a bunch of tissue paper inside the head. And it was then placed inside a plastic bag with a hole in it to evacuate air. The plastic bags were then thrown into a larger solid plastic bag with an ad for wig-supplier on it (on the other side than the one photographied). Here’s the package and the wigs still in their plastic bags (click for full size):
The styling is ok, but it’s not as pretty as the stock pictures. Some of the curls are messy and look more like waves than actual curls even at the bottom.
The wig is pretty thin, you can actually see the wig’s net under the fibers if you hold it in your hand and some of my natural colour (brown) is showing through the wig when I wear it. It’s not so worse that the net is visible when worn though, so there’s that.
The wig is also a bit shiny, but nothing terrible; it shows up pretty natural in natural light but does seem plastic-y in artificial. All I can say is I was definitely expecting worse from this wig, and I’ll be quite happy to wear it when I feel like adding a dash of pink to my life.