Video Wig Review – Star Quality by Raquel Welch in Color SS8-29, Hazelnut

This is one of my absolute, hands-down, all-time favorite wigs for day-to-day wear. It’s lower in density, the style is simple, and it doesn’t draw too much attention to itself. It’s very wearable, realistic-looking hair – long but not glam. When I wore hair full-time, I alternated this one with the Camera Ready by Raquel Welch in the same color, and it worked out great. The Camera Ready looked like the Star Quality, but curled, so they were very believable together as being the same head of hair. And the color is one of my favorites across all wig lines; in the SS (rooted) version it’s even better. I’ll hunt down and upload my Camera Ready review later, and for another look at this wig in the same color but on a different person, go check out Lana’s video on her blog, too. In fact – it’s actually the same exact wig! So, you can see how well it held up over time since in this review it was still pretty new, but Lana bought it from me after I’d worn it pretty regularly for a summer. It still looks great!

Actually, I just remembered that Lana bought my Camera Ready too, and she already has her video up, so you can check it out there!

Disclaimers: I bought this item with my own money and no one paid or asked me to do the review. 

 

5 thoughts on “Video Wig Review – Star Quality by Raquel Welch in Color SS8-29, Hazelnut

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  2. I really like the density of this. Seems very realistic. On Vogue Wigs, a lot of reviewers mentioned that the longevity of Star Quality was not great, but you mentioned that you wore it all summer and it still looked nice. What was your experience with the longevity — around 3 months or so? Do you think it would last longer than the Julia by Renau? Thanks, Cheryl

    • I haven’t found any long synthetic wig to last significantly longer than any other one. I probably did get about 3 months out of my last Star Quality, which is about how long I’d get out of any of them.

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