- Hair Type: Brazilian Virgin Human Hair
- Texture: Water Wave
- Hair Color: Natural Black Color
- Hair Length: 8-14 inch
- Hair Quality: Soft and Shinny. No Tangle or Shedding
- Hair Density: 150%
- Can be Dyed: YES
- Can be Permed: YES
- Package in Box
- Shipping: Fast FREE Shipping by UPS/USPS/Fedex
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Items may be returned or exchanged within 7 days from when they were shipped.
Are there different types of water wave lace front wigs - other shops have different textures, why?"
Water Wave Lace Wig
Not all water wave lace front wigs have identical textures. It's a funny thing, but there isn't a regulatory body for hair textures in the hair industry, and different manufacturers will "make" a water wave texture differently.
You can always contact the retailer to ensure that the image used to list the item is a real and accurate representation of the item you will receive. Many retailers will make this clear on the listing, but a warning alarm should start ringing if the listing page for your item only shows a picture of a celebrity (unless of course, you're buying wigs designed by celebrities such as Vivica Fox, Raquel Welch, Patti LaBelle and so on).
However, each retailer should have a consistent version of each particular texture. If you buy a water wave lace wig from the same retailer in January and again in June, you should receive the same wave pattern each time.
"The texture of my water wave lace wig changed slightly after I washed the wig. Should this happen?"
No, it should not happen to a synthetic lace hair wig as the synthetic fibers should be fixed.
Yes, it can happen (and usually does) to a human hair lace wig. The best way to describe it is to compare it to going to a salon. When you go and get your hair done, your hair will usually be "set" (using setting lotions or other products) before you leave. It is basically what happens when human hair wigs are manufactured. You receive a wig that looks like "it just stepped out of a salon." Once you wash it, the "salon fresh" look leaves, and the simple texture appears. However, it shouldn't be vastly different from the "new in box" surface.
At Riverwood Fashion, we test our products, so the image below shows the water wave lace front wig after washed it with a conditioner - there is a subtle difference in texture, but the waves are more than present.
"How do I care for water wave textured lace front wigs?"
The key to caring for human hair lace wigs of any texture is to treat them like you would treat your growth hair. Hair essentially requires three things to be healthy; protein, moisture, and lubricants. Conditioning the hair provides the protein, and as protein can dry out the hair (causing it to become brittle), moisture is required. Now the fundamental moisture element is water, but the mechanics of sealing moisture in your hair is to use a lubricant - typically oil.
"Are your water wave lace front wigs the wigs you sell, or are they just sample or stock images?"
On our site, we do two different things:
Firstly, we manufacture all our products. Also, we provide free guides and information about wigs, hair extensions, and hairpieces (as well as associated accessories). These articles and guides use images to illustrate the point - some are items we sell, and others are stock images from suppliers.
Secondly, we sell wigs, hair extensions, and hairpieces.
The images on our listing pages are always the actual items that we sell. It means that we handle the products personally, take the photos ourselves (ahem, yes, we know, we aren't so great at taking pictures - but we're sorting that out -yay!). We use the same suppliers for detailed textures, so we guarantee consistency of standards for us and of course, you (hooray!).
This is a great wig. The hairline is plucked nicely and gives a very natural look. The hair is extremely soft and curls set easily with pincurls or flexrods.