One star for how Sweet Talk looks on me + five stars for customer service from Cysterwigs, which got the wig to me in no time = 3 stars overall. But from the photos I've seen, on other people this wig is 5-star worthy.
I wanted Sweet Talk for a long time but had always talked myself out of it because I wasn't sure I could handle such a permatease-laden wig. Finally, around the holidays, I succumbed to Cysterwigs' tempting coupon and ordered it in Sugared Charcoal. That was my first time ordering a fully gray wig (I love Raquel Welch's Shaded Sugared Licorice, but that's actually a dynamic combo of black and white, it's not gray at all). Oh dear. Let me make clear: this might look stunning on someone else! But the combination of all that gray and all that poufy hair was too much for my narrow, long face. I looked like a decrepit Medusa. I was determined to make it work, so I played with it and played with it, knowing I was forfeiting any chance to return it. Well, it never did work for me, but that's not the wig's fault. Many people love it and it looks amazing on them. I learned an expensive lesson: if a wig is that unflattering out of the box, I shouldn't decide I can make it work! Just.Back.Away.From.The.Wig. Next time I will. In the meantime, I bought another wig (or two!) from Cysterwigs and love them.