I'm also slightly addicted to trying to make my hair better, you guys know how I feel about my hair and how it lead me to try Nioxin. The Nioxin review can be found (here) if you missed it. I have also in the past tried wearing wigs and hairpieces but for some reason I always feel too fake. They leave me feeling unnatural and ultimately more self-conscious.
I recently came across Wonderland Wigs. They sell a range of wigs and hairpieces but what I liked about them is they look natural. If I opt to wear a wig I want it to look natural and elegant, as much as I adore the Cosplay styles they just aren't suitable for daily wear.
Browsing I came across two that stood out. The Hannah wig is a light brown and blonde highlight wig, it's straight with a full fringe and reminds me of what my hair looked like before having my sons.
Gorgeous isn't it. I was really going to get this wig when I came across Cassy. Cassy is a gorgeous dark red wig with a side fringe and a slight wave, I have always loved this colour of red and I figured the slight wave would be easier to manage. Wonderland Wigs kindly said they would send me the Cassy to try out - Thank you Wonderland Wigs.
The wig came a few days later and having tried wigs before (mainly from China) I was expecting a lot of hassle putting it on. I was so wrong, basically I shook it out to give it a natural shape, kirby gripped my own hair back and then popped the wig on; you secure it to your own hair with the attached clips and that was it. So easy and stress free and the wig stayed secure all day long.
I found the colour seemed to change in different lights too, at times it stayed quite muted and others it turned into a fiery vibrant red.
Here is the Cassy wig on when it looks muted. I adore this colour of brown-red but my natural hair just fades so quickly when I dye it.
And here it is in all of it's vibrancy. I really felt like a boss in this! I had some friends and family all compliment me on my new hair over on Instagram. Funnily enough they didn't realise it could have been a wig which is a huge win.
The Cassy wig costs £24.99 and is 55cm long. If you're rubbish at measurements then this is long but not long enough that you look completely fake. If you're looking for a change, some glamour or a way to get thicker hair without damaging extensions I fully recommend Wonderland Wigs.
They are the only wig company I have found offering natural (and Cosplay styled) wigs at an affordable price. Yes you can get wigs from China on Ebay but having purchased those before I do not recommend them, unless you want a tangled head of faux hair the same day.
You can check out their gorgeous wigs over on the Wonderland Wigs website.