Classic Purple Mix WigsOur Classic Purple Mix wigs are a soft blend of light and dark purples. The mix of colors gives the Classic Purple Mix wigs color depth and dimension under all types of lighting (as seen here). Under natural light, all the purple tones show through, giving it more dimension than our Classic Purple Wig. Indoor fluorescent lighting has yellow tone and will bring out more of the darker purple tones in the blend.
Due to the various light reflection ratio of lighter purple and silver fibers, the Classic Purple Mix wig's shine is more tame under flash. Direct lighting, like from a white flash, will increase the intensity of the purple while having minimal shine. If using a yellow flash or filtered flash there is a possibility of color variation. Studio lighting will have the same effect as natural lighting if the studio lighting is white. All our Classic Purple Mix wigs are shot under studio lighting.
You can purchase a Classic Purple Mix color sample here to check out the color in person before purchasing a Classic Purple Mix wig.
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