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Wiki by Ellen Wille

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Wiki by Ellen Wille

List Price: $234.50

Special Price $187.60


Your Savings: 20%

Availability: In stock

The Wiki by Ellen Wille is a refreshing style that is sure to spice up your life. This curly bob style wig is the perfect balance between short and long because it features voluminous, soft, and natural-looking beachy curls. You can't go wrong with this style.

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Wiki by Ellen Wille

List Price: $234.50

Special Price $187.60


Your Savings: 20%

SKU: 6174
Length: Bangs 9.5", Crown 9", Left Side 7.5", Right Side 7.5", Nape 4"
Weight: 3.6 oz
Head Size: Average
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The Wiki by Ellen Wille is a refreshing style that is sure to spice up your life. This curly bob style wig is the perfect balance between short and long because it features voluminous, soft, and natural-looking beachy curls. You can't go wrong with this style.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Head Size Average
Wig Dimensions Bangs 9.5", Crown 9", Left Side 7.5", Right Side 7.5", Nape 4"
Weight 3.6 oz
SKU 6174
Wig Length Medium
Department No
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Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Not happy
I tried it on and couldn't take it off fast enough. It is both hideous and hilarious at the same time. Worse wig I've ever purchased (and I have quite a few). The hair is crimped too tightly looks tight and messy. The front of the wig screams "wig" and cannot be fixed. It was expensive and totally not worth the money. This is the last Ellen Wille wig I would ever consider. I've never been quite as disappointed in anything before.
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Review by None / (Posted on 11/26/2016)

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