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Wow Braids Twisted Wigs, Micro Million Twist Wig - Color 27 - 22

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Product description

Size:22 Inch  |  Color:#27

Wow Braids Million Braid Wig is a light weight, natural looking, synthetic handmade wig with micro strands. Dress it up for occasions or casually for everyday use. It is a perfect protective style for all hair types. This is a glue-less wig that comes with a standard cap with elastic adjustable straps. Individual Twists are attached with Crochet to a breathable mesh wig cap. Do not pull or tug at the wig as some strands can fall off if handled roughly. However, shedding is minimal and does not affect the look or usability of the wig Buyers are advised to was the wig with warm water and shampoo before use to remove any residual product or preservatives and apply leave in conditioner to maintain shine, softness and freshness. Wigs last over 2 years if used with care.


From the manufacturer

WOW Braids

lightweight wigs for black womenlightweight wigs for black women

Product Description

  • HAND MADE - Each wig we sell was carefully crafted by hand to achieve durability like no other.
  • NATURAL LOOKING - The hair fiber and perfect closure give our wig a natural look.
  • EASY TO WEAR - The wig cap has adjustable straps to ensure a good fit. The lightness of the wig allows you to wear it for as long as you like without any discomfort.
  • Standard Adjustable Cap - Medium size 21.5 to 22 inches in circumference, ear to ear 13.5 -13.75 inches, Front to back 14"-14.5 perfect for the average head size. Our wigs come with flexible mesh cap with combs and adjustable straps and thick invisible elastic bands for a the tight grip to prevent slip.
  • NEAT FINISH - Our neat frontal lace closure finishing and carefully trimmed Braids will have your friends asking you where you get your wigs.
Impact on African womenImpact on African women

Our Impact on African women at home.

  • TRAINING

We hold training sessions to teach the women how to make braid wigs to suit the widespread preferences and trends.

  • DURABILITY

We ensure that the stylists are accountable for the products they make.

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