7 hours ago
No fun IG filters on this one, bc I wanted to elaborate on how crazy different lighting situations change up hair colors! I absolutely LOVE this SS Cappuccino on this @raquelwelchwigs Statement Style. With a dark root, a light golden brunette mixed with platinum blonde highlights... you have the right amount of ash and the right amount of warmth with a beautiful shadow root on this glamorous long style. But looking at my photo when I was sitting in the direction of the setting sun, it definitely made the whole piece have a more warm appearance. The left photo is indoor lighting with a ring light. Pretty true to color, yet, my indoor ring light pics tend to even give off a warmer appearance than what a color can actually be, so that lets you know that this SS Cappuccino isn't all golden -- if you love a good neutral brunette with some blonde... you may love this color as much as I do! Don't get me wrong... I love warmth, and I'm not against beautiful golden locks, but I just wanted to show you how different colors can look on screens, monitors, lighting, cameras, with different clothing, different backgrounds, and different skin tones! What you see in a photo may not always be what you end up getting in the box! Thank goodness for these forums, communities, and reviewers so we can have a variety of ways to view what we've been eyeballing! Or you could always take a jaunt to your nearest local store and look, see, and feel for yourself the colors and styles before you buy... Each scenario has its pros and cons I believe!
Statement Style is only available IN STORE. You can find a local retailer using @raquelwelchwigs on line store locator tool. Do you have a favorite local wig shop?! Have you had a wig color that turned out to be way different than what you expected? How do YOU personally get around this dilemma when shopping on line?!