Was sent this review on our Boho Wig
I have been wanting to try out a curly sew in for like forever and I finally found one I liked. Abby over from one of my favorite blogs Abby's World launched her shop Catherine Marion and after seeing various posts on her blog featuring some of her products I knew I had to try it out. Abby is also natural and it looked like the hair blended perfectly so I went ahead and bought myself a curly wig. I decided to go with a wig because I can take it off every night as opposed to a weave which I have to keep in for a while. I also have very sensitive scalp so I wanted to be sure I wont re-act to the hair in any way. I purchased the 12-14 inches of the Boho wig, with a left part.
I absolutely love this wig. At first when I opened the box I was a bit skeptical because the wig looked like it was not going to be full but it came in this cute pink box and in a hair net (I'm not sure if that's what its called though). I eventually got the hang of it and because I knew I wanted to wear it curly, the night before I wore it, I wet the hair with a refreshing spray from carols daughter and it looked like this when it was wet: I then put in some twists and let it dry overnight
On my leave out I tried twists, a braid, a Bantu knot, and eventually I used a flex rod on my leave out and it blended perfectly. I was even able to go 2 weeks on a twist out set without any trouble. On other days I wore a head band because I did not want to bother with blending my leave-out everyday. There was little shedding when I re-wet and set my twists but that's normal. I experienced very very little shedding otherwise ( and by little shedding I mean when my wrist watch got caught on my hair)
The only thing I did not like is that in the back, close to my neck the hair does get a bit matted, but I imagine this is because it rubs up on my neck and back all day but once I de-tangled it was as good as new. I wore this weave for a total of four weeks and I loved it. I got a lot of complements and a lot of people just assumed it was my real hair.
Check out the full review on her blog http://rootsdontlie.blogspot.com/