Forever Young is a good brand for low-cost fashion wigs – not quite costume, but not quite “hair replacement” quality. On the plus side, FY wigs can be had for around 40 bucks, the styles are really trendy, and they have some great colors. The negatives are that the cap sizes are all over the place (some have tiny caps and others are huge, with a decent range in between but following no logic whatsoever), the hair fiber isn’t the highest quality and can be shiny, and they don’t have good hairlines or particularly good parting areas (no monofilament tops, just skin tops). However, for wigs in this price range Forever Youngs are pretty good, and can be a nice way to introduce someone to wig-wearing without breaking the bank. I’ve worn many a FY wig out in public without people knowing, so it can be done, but I wouldn’t use one of these as a long-term solution. For a night out on the town or some mild running around, yes, but wearing every day for two or three months wouldn’t work out, I don’t think.
Also FY doesn’t come out with new styles all too often. The Hollywood Honey is the most recent style I know of, and it came out at least three years ago, maybe more. It’s a cute one though, and can still be found online pretty easily.
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