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! Honeybush - CF 6122 - Sumptuous Strawberry

! Honeybush - CF 6122 - Sumptuous Strawberry

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Honeybush is a plant with brilliant yellow flowers native to South Africa, specifically the Western Cape. The plant's leaves, not flowers, make a popular and healthy herbal tea which is like rooibos tea but slightly sweeter (Freshcap, 2022). Like the most honest friend in your inner circle, classic bob with bangs gets straight to the point. If you've been uninspired and looking to switch it up from your typical long layered cut, it might be time to give a slightly angled bob with bangs a second look. We were inspired to create Honeybush from all the comments on YouTube asking for our Alpha Blend with a bottleneck bang. The wispy bang and extended Half-Moon lace front allow you to wear the hair behind the ear with no concern of showing the hairline!

Color Shown: Butterbeer Blonde
Special Features: Extended Creative Lace Front
Fiber Type: Heat Friendly
Part Left
Bangs: n/a
Side: 11"-12"
Nape: 6.5"
Overall: 11”-13.5"
Weight:      5.1 oz
Cap Size:     Average

 

 

 

Care Instructions

Washing and caring for a lace front wigs:

We recommend that you wash the wig at least once a week using medium or cool water only.Place the wig on a mannequin head, spray with water from the ends to the roots.Using a wide tooth comb, comb the wig in the same manner (ends to roots) making sure there are no tangles.Place the wig in warm water for 5 minutes. Do not leave in water too long, this will cause the hair to tangle easily.Wash it gently using special shampoo and conditioner made for wigs. DO NOT rub it. Make sure to rinse the wig thoroughly in cool water.Place the wig on a blockhead or a mannequin (this will keep your wig in original shape) and blot dry using a towel (DO NOT SCRUB). Allow your wig to air dry overnight.When the wig is nearly dry, comb through it using your fingers to separate the hair strands.

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