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  1. wendy
    April 20, 2019 / 5:57 pm

    Hi Kathleen. Gorgeous as ever.
    So here’s the thing. From what I’ve seen of your reviews, your face shape and features look best with some height on top, layered or draped to fall near eye line, and gradually tapering down the sides (versus a mushroom or bell shape)…like mine. I like longer shag styles and cannot pull off a straight bob. I’m wondering if I can do this style because of the waves starting higher on the head. Did you lightly layer/shorten the fringe/sides…do you think I could do this on this style?

    I’ve watched your Kona review and am strongly considering it. I think this was one of the first wigs I tried but Honey w/Chai Latte was too orange w/black roots for my taste and I sent it back. I cannot, for the life of me, recall how I thought it looked on my head, lol.

    Just ordered the Mimosa in Butterbeer Blonde after watching your review in another color. *fingers crossed* I think I can pull that one off.

    So Kona? So Vienna Roast? Comparisons?

    Thanks so much. I greatly value your input (even if I never did send you pictures of me on FB months ago).

    Best,
    Wendy

    • Kathleen
      May 4, 2019 / 12:59 pm

      Hi Wendy I apologize for such a long delay in answering you. Thank you for your wonderful feedback and thoughtful questions. Kona has a great shape for our face types. You know I scrunch and lift the curls vs taming them down. That looks best on me. Kona has a very light piecey feel and look to her. One thing to point out is the Kona I reviewed in Creamy Bronde has regular synthetic fibers. The standard Kona has heat friendly fibers. I think Vienna Roast works because the waves do start higher on the face.I love the length and cut on Kona and the curl pattern on Vienna Roast..;-) I will be curious what you think of Mimosa …shes fun and sporty and will be adorable in Butter beer Blonde …all the best -Kathleen

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