I finally caved and got a wig in one of the lighter "different" colors. I was hesitant to go with rooted "anime hair," but at the sale price, it was worth the chance. It took a bit to get used to me in Moonlit Orchid-R, and my spouse didn't think it did anything for me. I wore if a few times out during the summer and got some compliments and surprises. It's now a game for me to see which Felix wig of mine I'd end up wearing on the day I wear one of those styles (I'm now up to five Felix wigs in different colors). The fit works as always. In fact, the cap on this wig may be a touch larger, which gives it an even better fit. And I don't have biohair to speak of, so most of the time I don't need a nylon cap to keep it from the occasional itch. If my own hair grows out a bit, I usually do need that cap. I lovelovelove the curls on Felix and don't regret getting another one.
I’m now on my sixth Felix wig, and the second one in this color. The first one ended up being used to practice my curling skills, which are progressing slower than I had hoped for.
So I bought a second Felix wig in Chocolate Icing-R. This one falls right into the sweet spot of my usual color range. I ventured into blondes and purples with the other ones, but this Felix feels right as the days get shorter. I gravitate toward my brunettes and reds at that time, and usually my longer styles. But Felix remains a great grab-and-go wig for me. I don’t need to fuss with lace or taping ear tabs. All I do is shake, put on, tweak a bit and go. As always, the fit is just about right and quite big-head friendly, as intended. I’ve argued that Felix is my alternate One Wig to Rule them All, if I need that quick-change and am pressed for time. If the colors work, I’ll keep buying Felix.
I have so much confidence with this wig. I work as a nurse. The style is professional and the color helps lighten the mood of others. I get compliments on top of compliments. I easily added bangs that cover my forehead, my preference.
I love the color of this Piper.