Apollo Princess Dark Pink Mix Shaggy Wig for Spiking
This Princess Dark Pink Mix shaggy wig is perfect for cosplaying characters from popular series such as Rick Cosplay from Rick and Morty, Black Star Cosplay from Soul Eater, Neptune Vasilias Cosplay from RWBY, Ichigo Hitofuri Cosplay from Touken Ranbu, Nagisa Shiota Cosplay from Assassination Classroom. With the Apollo style, achieving a voluminous and layered look is as easy as running your fingers through the hair or simply shaking it out. Upwards sewn wefts make it easier than ever to create natural looking spikes and layers. This naturally spiked wig can be made even more dramatic with the help of teasing and hairspray, and is even capable of being straightened out into a sleeker look with a flat iron.
Our heat resistant fiber makes it possible to style this Princess Dark Pink Mix shaggy wig with tools such as flat irons and blow dryers reaching temperatures up to 410 degrees Fahrenheit (though we suggest keeping the temperature around 350F, as long-term exposure to high heat can change the texture of the fiber). The overall length of this wig is 13", with slightly shorter 9" bangs that can be styled in numerous ways. An adjustable, breathable cap makes this Princess Dark Pink Mix shaggy wig easy and comfortable to wear for both males and females.
Apollo Princess Dark Pink Mix Shaggy Wig Dimensions
Apollo Princess Dark Pink Mix Shaggy Wig Styling Tips
Here are a few links to get you started on styling and caring for your Apollo Princess Dark Pink Mix Shaggy wig! Our tutorials are easy to understand and follow. If you have any questions that aren’t covered feel free to contact customer support where our knowledgeable staff will be happy to help!
All-in-all, our Apollo is a hassle free way of achieving anything from natural looking layers to a dramatically spiked style. This versatile Princess Dark Pink Mix shaggy wig can be styled in numerous ways by running your hands through it, shaking it, or by using heat styling tools.
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