Made to order
Wig fits Minifee doll's (or similar) head about 17-18cm,
Material: 100% alpaca hair.
Please remember , this is handmade , there may be imperfections.
wig cup is part hard and part stretchable (additional 1cm stretchable) , reinforced with metal wire, which makes the wig cup not deform at the ears)
The glue is waterproof, you can wash the wig.
The colors shown in the picture may differ from the actual product due to lighting conditions and screen colors.
Alpaca is a natural fiber, it can be styled with heat, as you prefer - straighten, curl, wave or crimp.
To reduce static, you can use a very light mist of leave-in conditioner on dry hair.
Wig can be washed, but should not be washed for long periods of time. The washing process must be short. You can use shampoo and conditioner for people's hair. Be sure to comb the hair before washing. If the wig cap is wet and the glue turns white - let it dry, avoid pulling the hair - it will be transparent again after drying. (For dyed wigs, I recommend letting the wig dry completely before putting it on the doll. )
Do not comb the wig until it is completely dry, this will help avoid tangling the hair.
A small amount of hair will be shed, this is normal.
Curls and other styles will eventually fall/loose over time or with brushing. Does not hold style like synthetic wigs do.
The wig is packaged in paper and comes in a box. You will need to do some styling at the end to get the look you want.
Not all heads are the same size therefore the wig cap may be loose on some heads. If the wig cap is too big, it moves - then you can use eye putty to put inside the wig cap and press on the head to keep it in place.
To get unnatural colors on some wigs I use both semi-permanent hair dyes and permanent dyes.
As with all dyed products, color from darker shades may transfer. Please do not rub the fiber on the doll or leave the fiber wet on the resin.
If the color does transfer, you can wipe it off with water and a paper towel or magic eraser, but we are not responsible for color transfer.
If the fiber looks a little messy, brush it out, don't let it get too tangled, and always start at the bottom and work your way up.