Spotlight is my longest wig at 19" in the back, from the crown. It is as if my Julia grew out and is probably as long as I can get away with at my age. In fact, the main reason I got it (aside from seeing it on some beautiful people on YT who raved about it) is so I could put it in a ponytail. You will see how great it is for that in one of the pictures I included here.
My attempt in all of the pictures is to show not only the elegant style, but this color Shaded Iced Java. I am a natural very dark brunette (2-4) but I wanted something dimensional that I could still wear with my cool skin tone. This color works for me. I included a picture of Spotlight on a wig head because I wanted you to see the variations in this perfectly blended brunette color.
Now, let's talk about the fibers. They are heat defiant and need to be treated with utmost care. That to me means, no brushing, no tugging, working a tangle out from the bottom with just fingers or a rattail comb handle. If you yank on this fiber, it will stretch and then curl out of shape -- that is what causes it to clump and frizz. It can be maintained by handling it gently. If it does eventually clump and fray, I will just carefully pass those tangles through a ceramic flat iron at less 300F, to be safe. I have other heat defiant wigs and they are all holding up well. This should be no different.
When you get Spotlight, take note (or a quick photo) of how it is packed in the box, basically, inside out and carefully…