Raquel Welch Spotlight Elite: Lace Front, Monofilament, Heat Defiant Synthetic Wig
The Raquel Welch Spotlight Elite Wig is a medium length, heat defiant wig: This lusciously long, layered silhouette offers the same style and comfort features as our popular Spotlight wig with the added luxury of a 100% hand-tied base. Wear it curly, barely waved or whatever way suits you. The Sheer Indulgence™ lace front monofilament top and Tru2Life® synthetic hair makes your styling options limitless!
Spotlight Elite by Raquel Welch Specifications:
CAP DESIGN: Sheer Indulgence™ Temple to Temple Lace Front, Monofilament Top, MEMORY CAP® III BASE
CAP SIZE: Average
CROWN: 12 1/2 ”
SIDE: 11 1/2″
NAPE: 12 1/2 ”
HAIR TYPE: Synthetic, Heat Defiant
STYLE: Long Layered
Spotlight Elite by Raquel Welch Features:
Why are Raquel Welch wigs different? “Since I started the Raquel Welch Wig Collection, I’ve witnessed enormous advances in technology that have allowed for countless improvements in the coloring, fibers, construction and wear-ability of our wig products…which means that they are lighter, more natural looking and more user friendly than ever before.” Raquel Welch
SHEER INDULGENCE™ TEMPLE-TO-TEMPLE LACE FRONT MONOFILAMENT TOP 100% HAND-TIED BASE: Designed with the hair loss client in mind, this style’s construction is uniquely crafted to offer this most discriminating woman the ultimate in wig fashion and comfort. Made to exact specifications, it includes all the luxury features of our monofilament top Sheer Indulgence™ styles, plus the added benefit of a virtually invisible temple-to-temple sheer lace front, and an incredibly light and comfortable hand-tied base. The fiber throughout the entire top is individually hand-tied, one by one, resulting in a low density, natural looking hairline that provides forward movement and the look of natural growth. With amazing off-the-face styling versatility as well as the flexibility to part hair on the left or right or in the center, you’ll swear the hair is growing right out of the scalp! The Spotlight Elite Wig by Raquel Welch is great example of this luxurious cap.
What is a Lace Front Wig? “lace front” means that a piece of sheer lace mesh is located at the front of the wig cap. Hairs are individually hand tied onto the lace front piece in order to create a more natural appearance. Lace front wigs are usually more light weight and much more comfortable than an ordinary wig. You usually have more versatility to style it different ways which also adds to the undetectable nature and natural look!
What is a Monofilament Cap Wig? Monofilament feature means that each hair is tied to a soft lace material by hand. A monofilament crown, part, or top mimics the appearance of hair growth from the scalp. Hair can be parted in either direction and helps the wig look much more natural. The sheer mesh also lets your scalp show through for the most realistic look possible.
What is a Synthetic Hair 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 Raquel Welch Tru2Life Heat-Friendly Fiber? Amazingly versatile, Tru2Life Heat-Friendly synthetic hair can be curled, blow dried, or flat ironed to create a new look in minutes. Luminous, hand-blended, salon-inspired colors provide the look and highlights of natural hair. Tru2Lifte®, Heat-friendly synthetic fiber up to 180C or 350F. True2Life is available in 29 amazing colors.
What are Raquel Welch Shadow Shades? Shadow Shades feature a darker color depth at the root which simulates more natural growing hair. .
What are Raquel Welch Wig Collections? Raquel Welch introduces the Couture Collection made up of Remy Human Hair Wigs, The Black Label Collection made up of Human Hair Wigs and Signature Collection made up of Synthetic fiber Wigs.
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