I think somewhere in this video I call the color “dark walnut.” Oops. Who can keep some of these color names straight, anyway? Gabor gets particularly crazy; they have so many numbers and words to describe what are, quite honestly, some of the most boring colors available. Only Estetica might be worse with the poor color choices. Gabor also has these certain colors with a “+” at the end of them, which means something but I don’t know what, and I still don’t know what the “GL” is for either. But then you’ll have something like a “gl” with a “+” at the end too, and it’s amazing to me that after all that secret coding the color is still just “brown.” And at one time they were putting the word “mist” at the end of every color too, for added fun. Someone should tell them that just tacking a bunch of things onto a color description does not make a plain medium blonde more exciting. And my FAVORITE color description Gabor has ever come up with was, “Buttered Toast Mist.” That’s right – just throw the word “mist” in there even though it sounds like some sort of bizarre haunting one might experience inside an abandoned IHOP…moving on.
This wig looks so pretty on the model…on me, not so much.
And notice how in the video I mention several times that the color is not good on me, then I went and ordered a Gabor Appeal in the same damn color. Sigh. It’s all those letters and numbers again…got me confused. I was thinking this was the “GL10-12 Hot Maple Mist +.” Or something.
Anyway here it is – soon to be for sale at an eBay auction near you. But seriously, it’s a very nice wig, just not good on me.
Disclaimers: I bought this item with my own money and no one paid or asked me to do the review. Opinions are my own.