Vesta - 18-20" Straight

Vesta - 18-20" Straight, V-Lace Front Wig £119

Quick Stats

Length: 20 inches straight – 18 inches wavy (measured three inches from front hairline)

TextureStraight – 100% Indian Remy hair

Colour: #2 -4, dark brown with a hint of auburn. The wig was dyed this colour and dyeing it a lighter colour would require first lifting its current colour.

Density: 130% normal wig density

Cap Size: approximately 22 inches - medium (adjustable straps to make it smaller). Hmmm… “What size is my head?” We hear you ask. Go peruse our LW (lace wig) measurements guide for help.

Cap Construction
Full cap wig with a small V-shaped lace section at the front with a created middle parting which cannot be changed.

The wig has been rotated slightly in the image above in order to make it look like an off centre parting. 

No adhesive required, wefts throughout – wefts are open (no solid integral cap – see images).

Four combs (front at the top, sides and back); adjustable straps.

This wig can only be worn as a "glueless"  as there is only a small section of lace at the front of the wig.

The V-lace section is medium to light brown in colour, as it's just the parting, concealer can be used to make the parting darker or lighter.

The knots are unbleached (this reduces shedding and can be covered using concealer or foundation), fine hairs (baby hairs) at the front.

It's better described as a full lace cap wig with a small V-shaped lace section at the front with a created middle parting. 

Wigs By Face Shapes

The length of this wig makes it versatile.

Falling below the chin it adds length to round and heart shape faces.

The length will also soften the jawline for square shape faces. As it falls just below the shoulders it suits oblong/rectangular faces.

This is a medium to long wig so an easy option for oval face shapes – why not see our wigs by face shape guide for more information.

A close up of the inside of the lace front human hair wig shows the small V-shaped lace section at the front with a created middle parting. No adhesive required for this wig.

Lace Measurement:
7.6 cm (3 inches) deep
5 cm (2 inches) wide
narrowing to 2.5 cm (1 inch) towards the crown – see images above.

Parting Measurement:
These are given in metric measurements:
5.5cm (55mm) long

0.2-0.3cm (2-3mm) wide.

The above images show how natural the parting looks.

Who Can Wear?

The cap construction of these V-lace front wigs means they’re adaptable.

If you’ve got growth hair (full or partial) you can wear it and if you’ve lost all of your hair you can wear it – so a great choice all round.

The hair has deliberately been ventilated at the sides through the tabs.

The curly texture is a great look for lace front wigs.

If you're looking for and easy to wear and even easier to maintain lace front human hair wig then you can't go far wrong with this wig.

As it's made of human hair, it can be heat styled but as always, it's better to limit heat as excessive heat can distort curl and wave patterns on lace wigs.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

The parting on this wig cannot be changed - the wig was rotated slightly in the first image on this page in order to make it look like an off centre parting.

This is a human hair wig and in particular upon first washing the dye may run (this is normal) and may soften the colour slightly.

The wig was dyed this colour therefore dyeing it a lighter colour would require first lifting its current colour.

There are some slightly shorter hairs that are part of the natural weft making process (hair has to be folded to make a weft), this is normal.

There may be some lighter strands of hair – these can be removed and are perfectly normal and are a product of the dyeing process.


Items are shipped on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

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