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Hairware Freesia

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Freesia from the Hairware 'Special Blend Range' of the Natural Collection

Freesia is a tussled wispy wig that oozes style and sophistication. This wig is heat resistant and can be heated, curled or straightened just like natural hair. It has a Monofilament top hand tied sides and back.

Lengths: Fringe 3.25” (8.3cm) Crown 6.25 (15.9cm) Side 4.25” (10.8cm) Nape 3.75” (9.5cm) Weight 2.8 oz (80g)

Colour Shown: Almond Breeze

NOTE: This style can't be bleached or dyed.

Special Blend range: The heat resistant wig offers the ultimate alternative to human hair wigs, as they can withstand temperatures of up to 180 degrees celcius. The fibre offers a flawless texture that is soft, easy to comb and brush and also maintains the movement and feel of human hair whilst still remaining lightweight to the wearer. This range features a number of different cap constructions, which have been made using a special blend of the finest synthetic fibres and human hair combined. These fibre can be heated, curled and straightened just like natural hair. The hair is made up of 70% heat resistant fibre and 30% human hair, so that it looks, feels and styles just like the real thing!

Colour Shown: Almond Breeze

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The Hairware Collection of wigs has an array of styles to choose from for those women with Alopecia or unfortunate enough to be undergoing Chemotherapy due to hair loss issues.

Many women wear the Hairware Collection of wigs simply for fashion instead of styling their own hair each day, so whatever your reason for needing a wig this collection has a style that is right for you..

These wigs are very popular and are of superb quality, so why not take a look yourself?

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