The sunny season is more suitable for warm hair color, such as golden or honey color, which can absorb sunlight well and show a more attractive luster in the sun. If you also want to try a fresh light-colored hair color in spring and summer, we recommend you choose honey-highlighted wigs, which can perfectly show a fresh and charming hairstyle. In this blog, we will give you detailed information about this honey highlight wig, how to install it better, and real reviews from customers and influencers.
1. Honey Highlight Wig Details You Must Know
- Product Name: Nadula Piano Honey Blonde Body Wave Lace Wigs Shadow Root Highlight Wigs
- Hair Length: 14-26 Inch
- Cap Size: Average Size (Head circumference:54cm-58cm )
- Cap Type: Swiss brown lace
- Lace Size: 13x4 lace
- Items / Pkg: 1pcs/pack
- Hair Texture: Body Wave
- Hair Color: Piano Honey Blonde Highlight
- Hair Quality: 100% virgin hair, tangle free, no shedding, soft & bouncy.
- Characteristics: Body wave is the best-selling product, shiny and bouncy, smooth to the touch.
- Processing Time: Ship the order within 72 hours after order confirmation, except for weekends and holidays.
- Delivery Time: USPS overnight 2-3 business days; USPS 3-7 business days; DHL/UPS 5-10 business days
- Payment Method: PayPal, Afterpay, Klarna, ZIP Quadpay, Visa, Discover, etc.
The Customer Reviews
2. How to Install The Piano Honey Blonde Body Wave Highlight Wig Perfectly?
Hey guys, today's video is about installing and reviewing this wig from Nadula hair. This is a 13x4 lace body wave highlight wig, it's 150 density and I made it look thicker than usual by adding some layers and stuff, that's nice, if you like a higher density, then definitely do that. The hair is a body wave texture and it was really easy to work. I actually like the color because I feel like it's highlighted properly. It looks like a professional kind of coloring it.
There is a wig cap and an elastic band in the box, here is the actual human hair, which is 22 inches, like a light brown. I don't even need to bleach the knots, I let it air dry after I washed it and this is what it looks like, I'm really liking it, it has some really light blonde in the front, the lace is really nice, and thin, almost like an HD lace but it has like a brown tint to it, kind of like a dark brown. Now let's see how I did this look and how I installed it.
Before you wear a wig, braid your natural hair and put on a wig cap, as I did. And I'm gonna cut the little like where the ears are gonna be, I didn't even pluck this wig, it already came nice and plucked, so that's great. Now I will put on it, it is very light, and I think the lace is going to match a nice hairline, it fits perfectly, and all I have to do is just glue this down. I'm just going to use a little pencil mark where I want the hair to start, so now that I've marked where the glue is going to go. I'm just going to go ahead and put on some skin protectors. I'm literally just going with the flow just vibes today. For glue, I'm going to be using bold hold, I just took off the top and I'm gonna put about two to three layers. I'm just gonna line the dots on my forehead, and then taking a comb, I'm going to press on the areas where the glue is, so just like I want to press hard. I'm just gonna hot comb everything back, then I'm going to pull out like a thin layer, this is pretty much like the hair that's going to be using, like baby hairs and stuff.
I'm going to be taking a silk scarf and just making it really small, putting it right in between, and then just tying it. Leave it like this for about like three minutes, it can all really melt, it's like pressing down, and the lace is melting pretty much into the glue. Now it's time to take this off. It looks good so far, the blend is really nice. now I'm just gonna cut the lace and remove the dark marks. I think it blends pretty well. I have everything glued down, I'm just gonna make baby hairs here, if the lace was lighter, it would have like worked perfectly. I think I want like kind of like a messy type of baby hair look, and I also want baby hairs in the front here just because of the lace. So everything you kind of want to make it diagonal and that's what makes it look more realistic because that's how your normal hairline is, but look at your own hairline of course and match that.
Now put the other hair back, I need to make the front baby hair short like I did, and I'm gonna take my favorite mousse to make the beautiful baby hair shape, then use my silk scarf to secure it. Now I'm going to curl the hair for some loose type of waves, so I'm going to put some heat protectant on, just run that through everything, especially the ends. I'm just going to curl now, and take off the silk scarf, I think I'm going to do a middle part. I can actually like feel if this, that's good. And I'm gonna trim some hair on the side to make the layers. I didn't curl them like how I normally curl my hair, I've been curling it outwards just to see what difference.
Okay, I think I'm done curling the hair, I'm liking it so far, so that's great. I'm gonna do my edges first, and then I'll flatten whatever needs to be fine with a hot comb. I'm just gonna first brush out everything and then pluck if I need to and cut them as well. I don't want it to be too flat so I'm only going to put the wax. This is looking really cute and I just have to fix this middle part, I think I'm done and I'm really really like how this looks. I'm surprised that we're curling it outwards, actually worked it's pretty.