($1080) This beautiful texture is a part of my UnKempt Kurls Collection. A Type 3B/C coil pattern with medium-low luster coils from root-to-tip. The curl pattern is tighter and more textured than Deep Curly .. but not as textured as Corkscrew Coily...somewhere right in the middle!
PLEASE NOTE: This is curly hair that must be defined, in sections, with a Denman brush for the best defined curls. This must be done 1-2 times a week on soaking wet hair to reduce frizz that naturally occurs with all textured hair
TYPE | 3B/3C pattern | Lace closure wig made with 100% Virgin SouthEast Asian Hair. A 18 inch, 5X5 free-part lace closure was used to create a natural look (hair can be parted in the middle, on either side, or not exposed at all). Lightly bleached knots on the closure for a more realistic look. Wefts are sewn on a mesh, stretchable, dome-style cap. Depending on stock, the unit will fit a small to large size head (20-24 inch circumference).
LENGTH | (3) 20 inch bundles of hair (stretched); double-drawn (thick from root-to-tip); lightly layered for shape (slight variances per wig);
COLOR | Natural Color (#1B/2)
STYLING | We recommend wearing this unit in the natural tight curly state. This 3B/3C curl pattern can be manipulated by finger combing for a kinkier or extra voluminous (YEAHHH!). On the other hand, a Denman Brush can be used for optimal curl definition (RINGLETSSS!). Wig can be set in various styles (twist-outs, bantu knots, etc). Although this wig is very versatile, flat ironing the hair is NOT recommended. Try to restrain from using hot styling tools to preserve curl pattern. Please check out my "Soft Blow-Out" wig for this hair texture in a blown-out state.
LONGEVITY | This is premium quality, cuticle aligned hair, with durable wefts, than will last 1-2 years with proper maintenance. Please refer to my “HAIR CARE” section on the website for additional recommendations.
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