I wanna talk about this lace wig I ordered from K'ryssma (via Amazon) lately though.
Since I had never really tried lace wigs before I was a bit uncertain whether or not to order one but after having seen it look absolutely stunning & very natural on a fellow fashion blogger I just had to try it out.
Placing the order
Typical amazon order process. The delivery only took a couple of days, 3 if I remember correctly which had me very positively surprised considering that it wasn't even a prime order.
After having watched a couple of youtube tutorials on how to properly wear lace wigs, I felt comfortable that I could do it so I tried it on. I used some concealer on the parting to get as close to my skin color as possible and I think I did a fairly good job. I love about this wig that it has this blend-in effect from the dark roots to the silver/grey hair. As a natural ginger I was a little skeptical on whether or not I would be able to pull it off well so I'm extremely happy it turned out so natural looking! The hair also seems to be a decent quality & is quite heavy, this might be a con or pro depending on your personal preferences, but for me it was certainly a pro because it feels basically like human hair.
I really like that the wig fits so well & tightly, it didn't even slightly shift over the 2 hours that I wore it which was another positive surprise for me as I also made some different experiences with other 'regular' wigs, despite the adjustment straps.
I love this wig, the only thing that might not be overly ideal is that I've found that, despite the hair of the wig being pretty straight, it tangles up easily, but then again this is very typical with all long hair wigs. Overall, however, the value for money ratio is really great, especially if you, like me, haven't tried any lace front wigs before and hence don't wanna spend a fortune on it right away. If you like experimenting & wearing wigs I definitely recommend Kryssma's lace wigs!
Have you tried wearing front lace wigs before?
xx ♡ Micky