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Raquel Welch Winner

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A light pixie cut with razor-like tapering of barely waved layers, Winner is an elegant boy cut wig which is ready to wear with a quick shake out of the box!


The Memory Cap II capless construction moulds to the shape of your head for a custom fit and is cool and comfortable for all-day wear.


Memory Cap II : Lighter and cooler than ever with improved stretch lace that actually moulds to your head


Memory Cap: This innovative cap offers the ultimate in light comfort and secure fit. The Memory Cap replaces the wide stretch lace used in most of today's wigs with a thinner, more resilient stretch material that actually molds to the shape of the head for a lighter, more secure fit.


Memory Cap II: This construction includes a new improved stretch lace that's lighter and cooler than ever! This finer, yet more resilient, takes the memory cap a step further offering the lightest, most comfortable and secure fit in the wig industry today.


Front 2 3/4", Crown 3", Sides 2 1/4, Back 2 1/4 ", Nape 1 3/4 " Cap Size: Average


Wig shown in Chestnut (R10)


This wig is also available under the name of Winner Elite with sheer indulgence lace front, monofilament top and a hand knotted base.

Colour Shown: Chestnut (R10)

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The Raquel Welch Collection of wigs have 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 Raquel Welch 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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