Alia is a popular, effortless bob made with silky, baby-fine, Jon Renau hair fibers. A 100% hand tied monofilament top allows for natural hair movement and a realistic part. Big plus—the Jon Renau SmartLace lace front is one of the best in the wig industry!
- 100% hand-tied monofilament top allows hair to pivot naturally for ultimate realism!
- 100% hand tied SmartLace™ lace front
- SmartLace™ technology seamlessly conforms to the shape of your head without tape - SmartLace™ is a welded lace, where every crossing of two threads is ultrasonically heated to adhere the threads to each other and can be trimmed to fit your own hairline without risk of the material unraveling, stretching, or losing its shape.
- Average cap size with adjustable bands (also available in petite cap)
-Front: 9", Crown: 10.5", Sides: 5.5", Nape: 8"
- Weight: 3.3 oz - very light!
- Colors shown: 6F27 and 14/26
Alia by Jon Renau is a layered, contemporary bob that provides amazing movement and styling versatility. This wig combines the light comfort and natural looking growth of a 100% hand tied monofilament top along with Jon Renau’s exclusive SmartLace technology. This offers the most natural hairline available.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Alia is just an all-around great wig. The shape is beautiful (I love, love, LOVE the flipped-out ends - cute style, but also great for hiding the wear as it rubs against my shoulders), and the colour (14/26 Pralines & Cream) is rich.
I should probably be wearing an average/large cap, so the fit is a little snug, but 10/10 I'll buy again.
Very cute short bob in Shaded Praline. I've been wearing it for a couple weeks now and it fits nice and comfy on my head. I have received many complements on this wig and it fits my round face well:)
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Rated 3 out of 5
Alia is okay
I kind of like this wig, but it could be better. The cap fits very nicely. I ordered the color Walnut Syrup which is golden brown with ash blonde highlights. I think the color is not great, at least not on me and lends to the wiggy look. I also am not a fan of the flip in the back. When you first come it, the wig looks great. But then as the hair settles down back into the flip, I think that makes it look fake. Plus the kind of bland color I have doesn't help. I think it might be really cute in more of a rooted blonde. But it's not a bad wig. I like that the long bang stays out of my eyes without to much work.
I'm sorry you found this to be kind of "meh." Please let us know if you need any help selecting something a little edgier or a color that might have a bit more pizazz for you!
Rated 3 out of 5
Alia by JR
I really want to love this wig. I like the cap, secure and comfortable, I have a petite/average head and the Alia in average size fits quite well. The hair on the mono top is a bit sparse. I love the cut and color which is Eclair, it actually has a natural looking root. The one thing I absolutely do not like about this wig is , it will not stay out of my face! I’ve tried absolutely everything and it will not stay out of my face. I will most likely cut a bang in it and then problem is solved. The lace on this wig is very scratchy and I had to trim it as it was way too long like maybe they forgot to trim it. Super cute style though and I believe I’d be interested in purchasing another one and hope it would work better.
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Rated 4 out of 5
Alia by Jon Reneau in Walnut Syrup
I immediately liked the comfort of the cap and the feel of the hair. I watched many, many reviews before I purchased this wig and was convinced this was a gorgeous wig. And it is very nice -but..... the color was not quite for me. Walnut syrup does not have roots, which I would have loved and apparently I could of had if I had paid closer attention and ordered the Almondine. One other draw back was the flip in the back. It looks great when I first put the wig on and lightly comb the back, but after wearing it a while the wispy flips settle down into one very retro looking dipty-do, flipped style. Not my thing. So, it's almost love, but not quite.