This is “THE ONE” that started my modern hair journey.
She’s the one that made me jump into helper hair.
In my opinion, she was the “end all” in choices of hairstyles and color and it was radically different than my bio hair color. She was the first one I fell in love with and it would take almost a year before she arrived. Seriously, she was on back order for a long time, so if you find yourself in that situation…
Stay On The List!
There is everything right about Editor’s Pick.
The curls and waves are to perfection; just the right amount to frame your face and make you feel the force of femininity.
It’s long enough to pull back in a clip but not so long that it’ll be bothersome when it remains down. I love how it has little bits of fringe but if you’re not a fringy kind of gal they will easily comb up into the hairline and you’ll never notice them.
Again, Raquel Welch designers know how to make the most realistic lace front hairline. The strands are light around the face; it just brightens you up. The lace blends nicely with your skin and is almost undetectable. In a couple of photos you can see the tip of my widow’s peak showing which makes it even more realistic. The mono top allows you to part on either side. I love that because I’m a right side parter, not a lefty.
Heather’s description of all the luscious colors are spot on and I really can’t do better so here’s how she describes Shaded Biscuit:
“Light sandy ash brown base and nape with pale blended beige-ash blonde highlights on top and in front, medium brown roots”
Oh My! She covered it so well.
I think one of my favorite elements is the almost vanilla strands in front and the shade of the rooting. Fabulous!
I do have a really petite size head and the cap came down too far on my ears and at the nape so it would require a few stitches to take it up. If you’re of normal size, you won’t have a problem. It’s lightweight so you’ll hardly know you’re wearing it.
The heat friendly fibers will take some extra care so be careful to use a wide tooth comb, preferably, Jon Renau’s wide tooth comb. You’ll also want Jon Renau’s detangler and Simply Stylin silicone spray.
One thing to bear in mind when trying new colors is a possible change in makeup. I don’t think you need to buy all new (unless you want to) but I sometimes have to brighten my colors or try something different. This was no exception.
Be ready for people to do a double take and ask who did your hair!
Wear her with confidence because she’s the bomb!
Editor’s Pick by Raquel Welch