Fever Brown Alexia Wig

So spring has finally sprung and I’m loving the bright sunny mornings, blue skies and bold yellow flowers popping up here and there. It’s the mark of a new year, new beginning and fresh start so what better way to celebrate this glorious season ahead than with a fresh new look; after four years of being blonde I fancied a little stroll over to the dark side with this gorgeous Alexia wig from Fever!

Fever Brown Alexia Wig

Fever Brown Alexia Wig

What I love about wigs is their ability to instantly change your appearance without taking a giant leap and hacking off or drastically colouring your own hair. Bold decisions such as going from light to dark or long to short hair can take months to reverse if you change your mind, and if like me you like a bit of both then popping on a hair piece is the ideal way to spice up your life. Here I am wearing the Alexia wig which is a beautifully rich brown in a 19″ length with a blunt fringe.

As I have a cowslip I can’t ever have a natural fringe because my hair grows in the wrong direction so I’m in fringe heaven right now to be able to cover my forehead and I think that it changes my appearance completely. I feel cheeky and flirtatious when I wear this wig because it’s so thick and silky smooth, it just looks flawless. Thanks to it’s adjustable cap it fits perfectly without pinching or slipping and is lightweight and very comfortable as it doesn’t itch or get hot. Made by R.H Smith & Sons wigmakers this premium quality wig is heat resistant to 120degrees making it ideal for styling and its faux skin parting makes it incredibly realistic. Whether you wear it for one night only, a special occasion, photoshoot or phase Fever have a fantastic collection of high quality wigs in every cut, colour and style imaginable to rock your world, so why not try something new and have fun!

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Tracy Kiss

Social influencer, Bodybuilder, Mother, Vegan
London, UK

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