Kay's Review: Mila by Jon Renau, Color: Hot Cocoa (8RH14)

December 11, 2019 2 Comments

Kay's Review: Mila by Jon Renau, Color: Hot Cocoa (8RH14)

Today's guest blogger is Kay and she will be reviewing Mila by Jon Renau in the color Hot Cocoa or 8RH14. Kay has her own YouTube channel where she is growing her collection of wig reviews and tutorials that you can find here.  
Jon Renau Mila in 8RH14

Product Listing: Mila by Jon Renau (also available in Petite) You can see all of Kay's guest blogger posts here.


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Kathleen Ryan
Kathleen Ryan

December 26, 2019

Hi Nina thanks for your feedback…..this color is a beautiful natural looking brunette and I understand how hard it is to choose a color. I encourage you to reach out to our CCHD they would love to help you out. 🙋- Kathleen CW ?
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Nina
Nina

December 26, 2019

I was fascinated by how she’s making it work beautifully with her widow’s peak, my bugaboo. She doesn’t explain it in this video, but clicking around her channel I found another video that shows her technique (basically, level the lacefront with the straight part of your hairline and then pull out the peak hair with a rattail comb).

So helpful! And a pretty, pretty wig — although now I’m even more confused about Jon Renau colors than before. I thought I was a 6 for sure but that 8RH14 looks great… as did an 8/32 I saw. Might have to throw my hands up and get a color ring!

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