Why do certain styles look longer/shorter on different people?

May 27, 2020

Why do certain styles look longer/shorter on different people?

Customer Question:
I have to ask why some wigs look shorter on different people. For some reason the wigs, I only have one, look longer on me.
That is a fantastic question! Now, I also have a question for you, have you measured your face? (from your hairline to your chin) This measurement will help greatly with figuring what the length of a style will be on you, especially when it comes to those shorter, pixie cuts! I also have a very petite capsize and about a 7" long face. So, I know when I see a certain style has a fringe measurement of 3.75" (about 4"), I know it's most likely going to fall around my cheekbone, maybe a bit higher, like with Ivy by Noriko. I use this same trick for the side measurement as well. I find it really helps me determine if I'll like the length of a certain style.
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