Has this happened to you? Have a nice little library of wigs, and then buy a new one and suddenly, it's all that you want to wear. This is how I feel about Angel.
I'll compare it to Jon Renau's Evan in Shaded Praline. The color is very similar: great blending and rooting in both. The pixie action is comparable, too. Aside from the obvious spec differences (e.g. Evan = lace front), Evan is more *sleek* with a longer bang (the House of Cards(tm) look), and Angel has more body and fluff (permatease) with a slightly shorter bang. Aside from that, in my view, these two are wig twins. If you'd like to have two similar-looking wigs on hand to wear interchangeably, these two fit that bill to a T.
I'd like to add this: with several years of wig-wearing under my belt, it makes me very happy to say that most people don't know that I wear them. I've had compliments from strangers on my "haircut" with two: Sky by Ellen Wille (Champagne Rooted) and Angel. Both are comfortable, believable and stylish. If you're on the fence about trying a short 'do, Angel is a really solid choice.
One last thing. My 80+year-old mother-in-law recently asked me where I buy my wigs. I recommended this site to her with complete confidence--and suggested that she consider Angel, too, because it comes in pretty grays. Also, excellent customer service in the wig-buying arena is very important, and this team never fails to deliver. I'll always come here first. Thanks, Cysters.