With piece-y bangs and added length in the top and sides for a slightly asymmetrical look, the Distinction Large wig by Eva Gabor is a short, sleek boy cut reflects one of the latest silhouettes offered in todays better salons. This wig is offered in Average and Petite as well.
Part of the Gabor Next Collection, which is a designer collection exclusively for salons featuring the Personal Fit cap and the added lightness of the Kanekalon Flexlite modacrylic fiber in an array of new Gabor Luminous colors.
Inside hidden weft for a natural hairline
Wide velvet Comfort Band for added security from slippage and to prevent friction
Open ear tabs
Open extended nape
Ultra-thin adjusters at the nape for added comfort
Gabor Luxury Personal Fit Cap: Offering the latest in unique, state-of-the-art wig construction, the Personal Fit Cap is the ultimate in light comfort and dependable fit. The wide stretch lace used in most of todays wigs is replaced with a thinner, more resilient stretch material that actually molds to the shape of the head for a lighter, more secure fit. Most often made with Comfort Cap construction (a wide velvet band in front and the elimination of lace at the crown), this resilient stretch material is also available in the Luxury Collection with hand-knotted tops, and monofilament parts or crowns depending on the wigs style requirements. The result is a cap that feels so natural and comfortable, youll think it was custom made.
Flexlite Fiber: A lightweight, fine, 24-denier fiber, Flexlite eliminated weight and volume without sacrificing coverage. All Flexlite wigs are made with personal Fit cap construction, resu
Front 3.75", Crown 4", Sides 2.25", Back 3.75", Nape 1.75"
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