I own all sorts of wigs from very affordable to indulgently expensive (some Remy European hand-tied human hair pieces). And, as I say elsewhere, I have mostly Jon Renau synthetics because they are simply the best non-human hair wigs made, in my opinion. You can see reviews of the pricier ones that I have gotten from Heather, elsewhere on this site.
Therefore, when I tell you this is the easiest wig to wear, I have a good basis for saying that.
Let me back-track a minute. I bought my first Jessica in 4/33 about six years ago and loved it the minute I put it on. Then, for some reason, a neighbor stopped me and said it was gorgeous and I immediately thought she must know it's a wig. I gave it a closer look and yes, I thought, it is just too perfect -- it can't be believable as my hair, and so I gave it away after wearing it just twice. So foolish!
Then, Heather reviewed it recently in some gorgeous blond colorway (I forget which one) and it looked so beautiful, I thought I would just get it again because it comes in that rare fave of mine, FS10/Toffee Syrup (available in very few styles and being phase out). So, here it is on me in that unusual color.
When I was in my early 30s, my hair looked exactly like Jessica, but dark, like a 2/3. I had lots of volume and curls that formed just by washing and drying my hair. Why I thought I couldn't continue to pull it off, now baffles me.
Jessica fits perfectly, right out of the box. You don't even have to shake it. It is only a…