Hi folks Kathleen here with my review of Tony of Beverly’s Cali in the delicious red 32S29. After viewing both Heather’s and Taz’s review of Cali I knew I couldn’t resist this one any longer. My first impression was wow I LOVE this color. The TOB hair fibers are so soft! Then I put Cali on…she was too big to the point where it made my head look bigger than it is. But this color and this style was so unique….. I was in love and I knew I had to keep her. I sewed a few wefts together at the nape in two spots and that was enough to make a difference in the fit. Yippee! 👏🏻
The long fringe is so pretty and really frames your face beautifully.
This color! It is soooooo gorgeous..32S29 has the same color code as their popular Sunset Red. The difference is how the colors are distributed. Sunset Red is evenly mixed. 32S29 has the darker auburn at the nape then the Irish Red is brought into the mix and then on top and in the front the butterscotch blonde highlights are introduced. This is a very dynamic color and looks beautiful especially on a short and textured style like Cali.
Below is a photo I took in the mirror that really illustrates this color. I LOVE this color so much
I swept the longer side pieces back and since Cali has so much texture I didn’t need any hair spray to keep this style in place. I love this soft and tousled look.
Surprisingly Cali has lots of volume but little permatease. The hair texture and big open waves accomplishes that. Since she has an open cap and is very cool to wear I brought her along on our recent vacation to Disney World..she held up very well and I was even complimented on my hair! I always get a kick out of that since before I started wearing wigs my hair was never complimented.
The take away here is if you love volume and want something different than the usually pixie styles offered then you’ll love Cali. Enjoy!
After purchasing Sky I realized why she is one of Noriko’s best sellers, this is such an easy to wear shape and style. Sky is a short shag with numerous styling options and tons of fun colors to choose from.
I normally wear creamy toffee rooted in Noriko but I decided to get Mocha-H (rooted) and I’m glad I did, it is warmer and I like that for the fall. Mocha-H is described as a medium ash blonde with light champagne blond highlights and medium brown roots. This color is very realistic; the rooting is perfect! I think I am going to order Sky in Mochaccino-R, that is a beautiful color that I have been wanting to try.
Sky has a standard cap, which I personally like, I do love lace fronts but as I am a girl who loves bangs the standard caps work great for me and it also keeps the price point down. Sky is also very lightweight and the fibers are so soft. The fringe is 5.6”, crown 5.2” and the nape is 3.6”. Sky is super lightweight at only 2.5 ounces.
Sky can be styled in so many different ways, I like to wear a headband with it or put in a couple of cute barrettes to pull it off my face, I also have worn it pulled back at the top with a hair clip, all these styling options make it fun to change it up if you are wearing Sky daily.
There is heavy permatease in Sky which I really enjoy; you can smooth it down or really get a lot of volume by just running your fingers through it or using some styling cream. The back of Sky has lots of flips making it extra fun; this wig has the perfect density of hair, not too much and not too little, just right!
If you are looking for a shag that would be good to wear daily or just for fun you should consider Sky, it can be a professional look for the office and with little to no effort you can make it super fun for nights out or weekends!
Today’s guest blogger is Kay and she will be reviewing Miranda by Jon Renau in the color Shaded Mocha (24BT18S8). Kay has her own YouTube channel where she is growing her collection of wig reviews and tutorials that you can find here.
Hi folks Kathleen here with a review of Envy’s new Coco wig. If you’re wondering….yes its their Brittaney’s baby sister. 😉This length is perfect for me..chin length.
Out of the box she had that swooping deep parted wavy curl that so reminded me of Old Hollywood. Ms visual here played around with Coco and took the black & white photo of her below. I felt like a movie star in this one..lol…not saying I looked like one but I sure felt like one.
The fibers are so soft and natural looking to me. Not overly shiny….and she has a lace and mono part for realism.
You might be wondering why I got blonde and not red? Good question 😂Well I had just viewed one of Heathers past videos and the wig was in Vanilla Butter and I thought it looked so pretty. It is! This is a golden blonde with lighter blonde highlights. Warm but not that brassy light yellow blonde I’m not a big fan of.
Below is a visual comparison of similar styles and colors to Coco. Her wavy curls are very distinctive and pretty especially in the back.
I LOVE her lace front. Its not very deep or wide but the knotting was so tiny. I would say her part was dense and I would pluck it a bit for my taste. That soft silicone tape I use on the underside of parts wouldn’t show up otherwise. That really is a personal taste thing though.
Below is Coco in all her glory. I do believe I need another in Light Red…😉
With her realistic lace front I felt compelled to style Coco to show it off. What a difference in feel to this wig that made. Old Hollywood Glam or Girl next door…your choice! Versatility in a wig is the best. 👏🏻
The take away here is that Coco is different than the other wavy styled wigs out there…If you want a longer bang and deeper waves and curls that is versatile and just oh so pretty than Coco is a perfect choice.