Raquel Welch Winner Wig – Petite Cap: Synthetic Wig
The Raquel Welch Winner Wig – Petite Cap is a short, synthetic wig: Under two ounces in weight, this light little pixie features razor-like tapering of barely waved layers. Ready-to-wear with a firm shake right out of the box, this short boy cut is as easy to style as it is comfortable to wear! This is a Raquel Welch Bestseller.
Raquel Welch Winner -Petite Specifications:
CAP DESIGN: MEMORY CAP® III BASE
CAP SIZE: – Petite
CROWN: 3 ”
SIDE: 2 1/2″
NAPE: 1 1/2″
HAIR TYPE: Kanekalon Vibralite® Synthetic
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
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 Kanekalon Vibralite® Synthetic Fiber? A a premium synthetic fiber that simulates protein rich hair for a natural look and feel. All “S+” multi-dimensional blends reflect the latest coloring techniques being used in top salons around the country. They are specially blended throughout the style with highlights and lowlights that complement the basic color.
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.
Video Link: Raquel Welch 2020 Spring Collection
Link: The Pros and Cons of Synthetic Fiber