Britt is so much better in person than in the manufacturer's photos. I'm beginning to think that Tony of Beverly needs to find a new photographer. Every single wig I've seen from them is far better than the promo shots, which do the products absolutely no favors. I've been eyeing Tony of Beverly wigs for years, but Britt is my first purchase from the line. This wig is good. I mean really good. I mean really, gobsmacked level good.
This style is full on retro 70's rock n' roll hair in the best possible way, yet still manages to feel modern and youthful.
Britt has a gorgeous, very soft, reasonably dense monotop with fine knots and decent stretch. My slightly larger than average head loves this cap but I think it would work for a Petite/Average head as well. Britt is without exception the most comfy wig I've ever worn, full stop. Even better yet, she stays put with zero crawling, bunching or sliding. I think this cap would be really good for those with sensitive scalps, even without a wig cap.
The cut is really marvelous. I generally don't look good in long straight styles because I have an oblong-ish face shape and long/straight tends to make me resemble an aging Mr Ed. Not so with Britt. The layers cut around the face hit at those oh- so -strategic spots around the cheekbone and jawline and really draw attention to the eyes. And speaking of eyes, the full bangs fall right in mine because I don't have a forehead, I have a three head. Even though Britt is shown with those…