Ivy Wig by Ellen Wille – Synthetic Wig
Ivy by Ellen Wille is a Short Length, Synthetic Wig with a Lace front and Monofilament Crown. Ivy is part of the Ellen Wille Hair Power Collection,- high-class styles that are ready to wear! Ivy is a short wig but has additional length in all the right places. With a mono center crown for a natural growth hair pattern. A breathable open wefted cap to keep you cool and comfortable. Ivy has much to offer, Whether you are an executive in the office or whether you want to bring out a more edgy look with styling product and piece out the hair.
Ellen Wille Ivy Wig Specifications:
|Product Weight:||2.5 oz|
|Cap Construction:||Lace Front | Mono Crown | Wefted|
|Hair Type:||Synthetic Hair|
|Approximate Length:||Front 3.5″ | Crown 4″ | Sides 2.5″ | Nape 3″|
Ellen Wille Details:
Introducing Ellen Wille: In 1967 Ellen Wille completed her studies in Paris and opened her first wig shop in Frankfurt, Germany. Today she is the force behind what is now a world-renowned brand of wigs and hairpieces. For over 45 years, Ellen Wille designs have been inspired by international fashion trends. Her passion for wig perfection is evident – she guides every meticulous detail. And each Ellen Wille wig is unique. All aspects of an individual style, from the hair fiber to the coloring to the cap design, is about ensuring the most beautiful look, natural movement and comfortable fit. Ellen Wille “For me, a wig is much more than a solution or a fashion accessory. It’s an expression of personal style.”
What is a Synthetic Wig?: Synthetic wigs are created from man-made fibers using specialized technology to give the overall appearance and feel of real hair. They arrive styled out of the box and hold their styling even after washing. Quality has improved dramatically in recent years and distinction from Human Hair wigs is often difficult to see.
What is a Basic Cap Wig? Hand or machine sewed into strips of material (cotton, felt, velvet, silk, or otherwise). These strips are wefted together (woven like a basket) to create the appearance of natural hair growing in different directions.