Imagine if Jon Renau's Natalie and Ellen Wille's Point had a baby. The resulting love child would be Wendy.
Wendy has that retro 60's Sassoon vibe that Natalie has but dialed back in terms of length. The bang falls somewhere between Natalie's very obvious asymmetry and Point's less dramatic tapered and textured bang. The bangs on Wendy are definitely less blocky than they look in the manufacturer's photo, having far more texture and less weight, especially at the hairline which really disguises the fact that there's no lacefront.
The coverage at Wendy's eartabs is much better than with Point, more akin to the dramatic long points at the eartabs that Natalie has which accent the cheekbones very nicely. Like both Natalie and Point, Wendy looks awesome messed up a bit and is very easy to wear.
I'm always a bit cautious when an ROP wig specifically states it has 'volume at the crown' given the line's penchant for stacking a style to skyscraper heights. Wendy CAN be fluffed up that high, but unlike other offerings from ROP, the crown on Wendy can be tamed down to more believable levels. This is definitely a plus in my book. I think this is due to the fact that Wendy has only the very thinnest of slivers of permatease right behind the monotop and even that is pretty well invisible thanks to some smart layering.
Speaking of monotops, I've never met an Amore monotop I didn't like, and Wendy's is no exception with its density and teeny knots. Since I'm often confined to a…