Go Lightly Synthetic Hairpiece by Eva Gabor - $31.45
I like the Go Lightly. The color I chose was right on. The texture looks and feels like real hair. The only reason I gave it four out of five stars was the combs did not work for my fine hair. I removed both and just use light bobby pins which works just fine.
Nice little hair piece, but it isn't curly like the picture shows. It's a little bump of hair, but enough for my very straight, fine hair. I was afraid the color wouldn't match, but it does, very nicely. The color descriptions are very helpful. I'm pleased with my purchase.
It's nice to find a filler piece in gray that doesn't have an old-ladyish bun style. However, the 51C "Pewter" shade is more like platinum, and does have a hint of blue in the color. So back we go to the blue-hair-brigade look. Nicely constructed, though. Expect I'll get a lot of use from it with hats, as another reviewer suggests, as a little shade thrown on the color can only help. Would suggest that you try a little darker than usual if buying gray.
Good value at SALE price of $27.
Very shiny. Hope it will tone down after a few washings.
This little hairpiece is exactly as described -- even the color was true! I have very limp, very fine hair, and very thin hair. When it is humid, I HATE the way I look. This will allow me to pull my hair back and still look as though I intended to wear it up!! That is something I just don't have enough hair to actually do. I used it on a trip to Hawaii and was very satisfied with the way it traveled and stayed on.
I am a mousy brownish-blonde who highlights my hair several times a year. I chose 24-14C and after shaking it out (it's darker looking packaged!) found it IDENTICAL to my own hair (and, I am an artist with a highly skilled eye to color difference, frankly). This was an excellent, reasonably priced purchase.
I like this item as I have thin hair and think it would be good for me, but I wonder, can I send a swatch of my hair to get a good match? I am very light blonde.<br>
I just purchased the Go Lightly Synthetic Hairpiece by Eva Gabor .. how do the pressure sensitive clips work ?