Length: 20 inches straight – 18 inches curly (measured three inches from front hairline)
Wigs are always measured by the straight (stretched) length, not the curly or wavy length
Texture: Kinky-Curl - 100% Indian Remy hair
Colour: #2 -4, dark brown. 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: medium brown lace front three inches deep across the front with wefts throughout – wefts are open (no solid integral cap – see images) wefts are attached to an open weft cap; three combs (sides and back); adjustable straps; can be worn without adhesive (or morefrequently termed “glueless"); unbleached knots (this reduces shedding and can be covered using concealer or foundation), fine hairs (baby hairs) at the front.
The Kelly Kinky-curl look is a great look for lace front wigs. If you're looking for something that mimics a loose afro curl lace wig, then this is the texture for you. It's a really popular curl texture which keeps it's texture after washing.
It's popular whether your natural texture is in the afro spectrum or if you simply have very curly hair.
As it's made of Remy human hair, it can be heat styled, so straighteners at the ready! Just wash for the curls to return.
Who Can Wear?
The cap construction of these lace 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 dark colour, suits all skin tones.
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. The wig was dyed this colour therefore dyeing
it a lighter colour would require first lifting its current colour.
This is a human hair wig and upon first washing some of the dye may run (this is