All these years, I have worn dark colors from reds mixed with dark brown to black. I have never worn something so light! Honestly, I really don't like it! It's a very pretty wig, but I just don't feel good about. I am now stuck wearing it till it either falls apart or turns turn frizz.

My husband says it looks great! I feel it was to make me feel better. It wasn't the oh WOW factor with him. I look at it and I'm like"hmmm" makes me look older. Lexi was mom it's looks good and I started sobbing like a baby! I never get that way with wigs.. EVER! It depresses me and makes me feel like it's not ME! Identity crisis! Plus, there is no way I can send it back.

So, I should have went with my gut and said no to changing it up.. I will eventually go back to my comfort zone.. Either wear a bandanna or go to the dark side.. Lol

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Comment by Rose Marie' on November 28, 2014 at 4:32pm

Hi Jody

Oh that's a bit annoying for you.  Could you colour your wig and make it darker???

Rosy

Comment by Jody on November 28, 2014 at 4:39pm
It's a synthetic wig..so no I can't dye it! Boy I wish I could...I did try a headband in it today. Which looked really cute!
Comment by Lauren@CornerofHopeandMane on December 22, 2014 at 9:27pm

What about adding some roots (if it doesn't have any)? I typically add roots to most of my medium brown pieces. I recently tried blond and my husband went ga-go over it!

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