I like Katherine better in the video than I did when I looked at it in the mirror. It’s a pretty wig for a nice price, and I love this color, so I have no complaints. Glad I finally gave this one a shot as it’s been on my radar for awhile now.
A wig that has not been on my radar, but I bought, for some reason, anyway, is the Statement Piece by Raquel Welch. I sold a few wigs last week so of course I had to turn around and buy more, and at Galley of Wigs I got an extra 30% off which made it feel a little less ridiculously priced. Then, almost as soon as I hit the ‘buy’ button on that one, I wandered over to another site and found the RW Pure Allure on sale for right around $100, so of course I had to snatch that one up, too. The jury is still out on whether or not the Pure Allure is HD fiber or not; some sites say it is and others say it’s a regular synthetic, so we’ll see.
And I also have six (yes, SIX) Laines on custom order from Rene of Paris – in case I’ve never mentioned it here before, you can order any wig Rene of Paris/Amore/Noriko makes in whatever color you’d like, for an upcharge and a minimum order number. You can also get anything non-mono custom ordered with a monofilament top, AND you can even custom order discontinued styles! Since Laine is a non-monfilament wig, I have to order six in the Almond Spice-R I want her made in; and there was an extra $10 charge to get her in a rooted color. Custom orders also require 50% down and a wait time of about 17 weeks (although my previous custom orders came in sooner) and returns are not allowed. Take a moment to soak all that information in, people, because it’s pretty awesome. I’d love to order a few discontinued styles, like a Cruz in Almond Rocka-R, but I have to take things one at a time here, especially since I have to order so many of each style; since Laine is one of my all-time favorites I’m starting with her, but plan to order more later (I’ve always wanted a pretty short style in Almond Rocka, but I might go for a discontinued Vi instead of the Cruz…choices, choices…)
Anyway, back to Katherine: here she is.