This wig was super great for Bakugō and I had an absolute blast styling it! In order to achieve the look that I wanted for Bakugō, I first crimped the wig fibers to get extra textu... view morere and volume. The wig already has a great amount of volume to begin with, but I wanted it to be extra fluffy! I did notice the the wig had a decent amount of shine to it, but once I crimped it, it dulled it down enough that I was happy with it. After crimping, I chopped off a lot of extra length to and then sprayed the spikes in place with extra hold hair spray. The wig fibers took to the hair spray extremely well. Normally I have an issue with wig fibers not wanting to stay in place with the hair spray, but this wig took it wonderfully. You can get away without trimming the wig as much as I did, but I was trying to follow the reference I was using the best I can.
This is a good wig but it has its pros and cons. It’s really breathable because it doesn’t have a wig cap. There is a lace piece at the top and the rest of the wefts are held toget... view moreher with strips of elastic. With this, the wefts can be pretty obvious in the back if your wig cap isn’t a similar color to the wig. The wig isn’t shiny thankfully and has a nice texture. It comes with quite a bit of volume already, but a good portion of that volume was at the bottom of the wig. If you aren’t comfortable cutting your wigs than I wouldn’t recommend this unless you want it to be super long on bottom. The bangs naturally fell directly in front of the face, curving inwards on either side. What I did to alter this was wash the wig in fabric softener and brushed the hair to the side so I could get it to dry in the direction I wanted it to while getting rid of the harsh central part. After that, I styled it and used eyeshadow to darken the roots. I was overall very happy with the way the wig came out! view less