Yes, I'm telling you. I was skeptical at first, because I always buy things online. Especially because I wear wigs all the time. But it's worth it. If you are having trouble with style or customization, this is what I do.
1.) Wash the wig and then let it dry overnight
2.) Dye the roots, I wanted more of a gradient effect so I dyed it (RIT Dyemore artificial dye in Graphite).
3.) Let it sit in the dye for the desired amount of time, the longer it sits, the clearer the color will be. Since I wanted black, I let it sit for 35 minutes (keeping the heat low all the time)
4.) Rinse it off with cold water
5.) Wash with conditioner and shampoo
6.) Let it air dry
7.) Thin it out to make it look more realistic (don't be afraid to take a lot off from it, I took almost half of the hair off the wig)
8.) Pull it until it's no more than 410 (if you want curly hair still straighten it first)
9.) (If you want to curl your hair) put it in a curling iron and steam it (you can hang it in the bathroom or use a hot shower if you don't have a steamer)
10.) Kill those edges!
This wig was easy to use and very pretty. It did shed a lot at first, but once it was washed and diluted twice it was no longer there. It does absorb the dye very well and gives a nice curl. It is versatile. I like it very much. It's really a wig.
The other side of the coin is that this wig has a simulated scalp and has self-adjusting bandages that fit our scalp very well even without glue and high definition invisible lace that makes the hairline look very natural looking.
What I like most is their packaging, I have hardly seen any wig brand that can make the packaging very thoughtful, even for expensive real hair. Not only is the packaging in perfect condition, there is a flower inside that says have a nice day. This is really, really thoughtful!
Thank you very much to the brand mildwild, which contracted my wig for the whole winter, so that we can see our beautiful hair and go on a date with confidence.