Artemis Natural Blonde Layered Wig
Our Artemis Natural Blonde Layered Wig is a short, layered wig with several flips and short, easy to style bangs. Our adjustable, breathable 23” cap makes this Natural Blonde Layered Wig capable of fitting all head sizes comfortably. The Artemis style comes in several different colors, available to view here.
The bangs of this Natural Blonde Layered Wig reach 8” from the skin top and can be styled in many ways, making a variety of looks possible. The shortest layer ends at 8” from the skintop in the back with the final total length falling at 14”. Our heat resistant fiber, capable of withstanding heat up to 410 degrees Fahrenheit (though we suggest not exceeding 350F, as long-term exposure can change the texture of the fiber) make it possible to take styling tools such as flat irons and blow dryers to this wig.
The Artemis style wig is useful for many characters, such as Mandy from Billy and Mandy, Glimmer from the Netflix She-Ra reboot, Sypha from Netflix Castlevania, Yachiru Kusajishi from Bleach, Juuzou from Tokyo Ghoul, and Barnaby from Tiger and Bunny.
Artemis Natural Blonde Layered Wig Dimensions
- Cap Size: 23"
- Bang Length: 8"
- Total Length: 14"
Artemis Natural Blonde Layered Wig Styling Tips
Here are a few links to get you started on styling and caring for your Artemis Natural Blonde Layered 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!
A lightweight and incredibly versatile hairstyle can now be easily achieved without hassle or long-term commitment. Our Artemis Natural Blonde Layered Wig is perfect for use in cosplay, costuming, and every day life by everyone.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Are you able to dye these wigs? Will the hair take the color?
Yes. You can check more info from here. Thank you for asking.
if i parted the bangs in the center, would it look super funky? id be wanting to achieve a sort of cowlick-y effect with the bangs and leave pretty much the rest of the wig alone. is it worth investing in a lacefront instead, and doing more styling in the back?
Parting the bangs in the center should be ok. It's worth investing in a lacefront wig if the bangs needs to be slicked back to where the hairline is exposed, but if it's not, getting a wig with regular bangs should be ok.