In a previous post I told you I wanted to try out more short styled wigs and I reviewed two other short wigs on my blog and on my channel (click here for the previous blog) and click here to subscribe to my YouTube Channel.
My main complaint with those two wigs were that they did not have a part in them, which gave the wig a more unrealistic look and it was hard to tell where the wig should be parted. Which led me to venture into two more short wigs, and both of these wigs I love a whole lot better than the first two I reviewed.
This wig reminds me of a 90’s T-boz from TLC. The color and the cut both remind me of her. I gave this wig about 7 out of 10. I do like the wig, I love the color, and I love the lace parting. However the parting did not look very realistic. The part should have been wider. That can be easily fixed by plucking the part yourself so it was not a big deal. In addition, because it was not a lace front wig, it seems more difficult to blend in your edges with the wig. One again not an impossible fix, it is just going to take a big more work. (Click here to purchase)
Out of the two wigs, this wig was my favorite. I really loved this wig and when I wore it to work, I got a lot of compliments on it. In my YouTube video I rated the wig a 7 out of 10 but upon further review, I would rate it a 9 out of 10. My only complaint with this wig are some of the complaints that I had about the other wig. Since it is not a lace front wig, it is difficult to blend the edges and the part could look use some plucking to make it look realistic. I got this color in forest green, and I wish the color had been more vibrant because you can barely tell it is green. (Click here to purchase).
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For the full review on the wig check out my video review below.
If you are looking for more short wig ideas, check out my video on first short wig review