Keto (Layered) Dark Brown Lace Front Wig
Introducing a variant of our short lace front style, Keto, but layered! Measuring from widow's peak to end, the top shortest fibers are approximately 5" long. The back is about 17" from the very top of the wig to the ends. The unventilated lace is 13" x 1.25", while the ventilation is approximately 1.5" deep.
The overall short choppy layers are perfect for styling characters like Virgil from Devil May Cry, Hakate Kakashi from Naruto, Ban from Seven Deadly Sins and Toshiro Hitsugaya from Bleach. With a little bit of taming this layered Keto could also work for characters like Claude Faustus from Black Butler, Zoro from One Piece or Germany from Hetalia.
With our heat resistant fibers, it's entirely possible to style this Dark Brown lace front wig with heated tools such as flat irons, curling irons, and blow dryers reaching temperatures up to 410 degrees Fahrenheit (though we suggest not exceeding 350F, as long-term exposure to heat can potentially change the texture of the fiber). An adjustable, breathable cap makes this Dark Brown lace front wig comfortable and easy to wear by anyone, regardless of head shape and size, for all day wear.
Keto (Layered) Dark Brown Lace Front Wig Dimensions
- Length: 17"
- Lace: 13" x 1.25" unventilated area, 1.5" deep ventilated area
- Cap Size: 20.5"
Keto (Layered) Dark Brown Lace Front Wig Styling Tips
Here are a few links to get you started on styling and caring for your Keto (Layered) Dark Brown Lace Front 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!
Overall, our Keto (Layered) style is versatile, comfortable to wear, and works well with many different head sizes. This Keto (Layered) Dark Brown Lace Front Wig comes in a variety of different colors that make it perfect for cosplay, costuming, and even daily wear to add a little bit of fun to your daily appearance.
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