Ellen Wille Wigs - Queen Comfort
Queen Comfort will have you feeling on top of the World. Light weight and 100% Hand Tied. Allowing for complete movement and the most natural feeling. Double lining in the crown area, which provides comfort and will have others believing it's your own hair coming straight out of your own scalp. So Get ready to feel like the Queen you are in this Style.
Cap Size: Petite-Average
Length: Bang 5", Crown 5", Sides 5.5", Nape 5"
Weight: 2.4 oz
How To Choose A Style
1. Your Face-ShapeYou want to choose a style that accentuates your best features.
Our guide to discovering your face shape - Wigs and Face Shapes | NameBrandWigs.com
Our Blog with Photo Reference to your face shape. Summer Short Cut | NameBrandWigs.com
PRO TIP When choosing a style pay attention to the face shape of the model or reviewer you are looking at. We often make the mistake of thinking a style will look the exact same as it did on the model, the reality is we have our own unique beauty and that is what we want to keep in mind!
Color > Best Tips for Choosing a Wig Color (Read More)
2. Choosing the Right Hair Fiber
Knowing what type of hair fiber you want can make all the difference when choosing a style. The main variations of fiber are: Synthetic, Heat Defiant, and Human Hair. Depending on your lifestyle you will probably prefer one of these options over another.
Synthetic Fiber = are modacrylic fibers that have the look and feel of real hair. Synthetic hair has the ability to return to its original hair pattern after washing.
Heat Friendly or Heat Defiant = a synthetic fiber that can take a low amount of heat. Once heat is used on the style it will hold even after washing. Heat will need to be used again to change the hair pattern.
Human Hair = Durable and versatile, real human hair that can withstand heat just as bio hair can. Human hair will need to be re-styled after washing.
>> Want to read more in depth about fiber, Remy Human Hair, Or Human Hair Blends - check out Section 4 in our Beginner Basics | NameBrandWigs.com
PRO TIP The type of fiber, Heat Defiant or Synthetic - etc.. are broad terms that spread amongst manufacturers, but as you become a wig expert you will start to notice that the thickness of the fiber can also vary amongst manufacturers.
3. Cap Size
Get the wrong cap size and you may find your wig sliding up off your forehead or being so tight that you end up with a head-ache. Below is a chart to help know where you fall:
>> Need to know how to measure? Click here for our measurement video.
4. Cap Construction
Do I need Capless, Standard, Monofilament, or 100% Hand-Tied?
This becomes important for making your wig look like the most natural fit on you. Cap construction also will have an impact on your daily styling needs or preferences. For instance if you are wanting to change the part on your wig then you will want either a mono/monofilament part or mono/monofilament top.
Capless (or Open Cap) = light-weight and cool, not as versatile for styling
Standard (or Traditional Cap) = gives lots of volume, durable, not as easy to change the part
Monofilament (or Mono) = realistic looking, able to change the part, not as much permatease
100% Hand-Tied = every strand is hand sewn into the cap giving ultimate versatility.
>> Need to know more, want pictures? - Check out Section 3 in our Beginner Basics | NameBrandWigs.com
5. Re-Cap Checklist:
Do I know:
My Face Shape?
My Desired Fiber?
My Cap Size?
My Cap Construction?
If you have further questions or would like help please feel free to contact us!
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How To Choose A Wig Color
(Styles Shown Left to Right: Maxwella 22" in Chocolate with Caramel, Miranda in 32F, Cheyenne in Rose Gold-R)
6 Tips For Choosing a Wig Color
If you have been a part of the wig world for any amount of time you will soon realize that there are an... abundance of color options, and that is probably an understatement. Ranging from beige blondes, to burgundy browns, and everything in between, you are sure to find a color that you adore. But, How? That is the real question. It isn’t as bad as you think, and with a little persistence and help from our team you will be able to find something suitable to your needs!
1. What do all of the numbers mean?
Many of the manufacturer’s will use a number system to describe their color line, others choose to give the colors a name, and then some will use both. Generally, a common base knowledge of the number system is a fantastic start to knowing what you are looking for. So... we made you a chart that is pretty helpful, I must say. Keep in mind this is a general guideline for the color numbers, and manufacturers will still use creative license to vary from the chart.
1 - True Black
1B - Off Black
2 - Darkest Brown
4 - Dark Brown
6 - Dark to Medium Brown
8 - Medium Golden Brown
10 - Light Brown
12 - Lightest Ash Brown
14 - Dark Ash Blonde
16 - Medium Honey Blonde
18 - Light Ash Blonde
22 - Lightest Ash Blonde
24 - Medium Golden Blonde
26 - Honey Blonde
613 - Pre Bleached Blonde
27 - Strawberry Blonde
28 - Bright Auburn
30 - Medium Natural Auburn
32 - Medium to Dark Copper
33 - Dark Burgundy
130 - Bright Copper Red
133 - Deep Plum Red
38 - Medium Brown with 25% Grey
44 - Dark Brown with 50% Grey (Salt & Pepper)
48 - Light Brown with Light Grey Blend
51 - Light Grey with 20% Brown
56 - Silver Grey
60 - True White
As an example: Jon Renau’s color 6/33 will be a base color of 6 (Dark to Medium Brown) and then has a highlight blend of 33 (Dark Burgundy).
2. OK, what about color names?
Numbers can be a lot to remember and we believe that is why many manufacturers have switched to giving the color options, names. For example: Shaded Praline is a color name by Jon Renau and this one happens to also have the number name 12FS8.
Most of the color names are descriptive in some fashion, but sometimes you are going to want the details of the color mix. Getting the right color after all, is what we want for you! To break it down, there are color charts for every brand with a description for each color. Many times their descriptions will give you exactly what the color is made of and the highlighting it has.
Example: If you were to look up the color Shaded Praline in our color chart by Jon Renau this is the description you would get: Light golden brown, light natural golden blond, and pale natural gold blond blend with medium brown roots.
Now, where can the color charts be found...
3. Color Chart Locations?
These color charts that we spoke about can be located in a couple places! The first will be right on every product page:
All you have to do is click on Color Chart and it will bring up the color chart for the brand associated with the style you are viewing. Then scroll to find your color and get all the details!
The 2nd location is at the top on our menu bar under the tab Colors. It will be categorized by brand, so make sure to take note of which brand you are searching! Color Charts | NameBrandWigs.com
4. Expert Tips For Choosing Color
Color is a beautiful thing and brings so much personality to our style! We believe finding a color that suits your personality and features will make you feel like you're walking the runway every day.
Here are a couple tricks to use that will help you find something in your niche.
Trick #1 Color Undertones:
Notice that some colors will be either warm, cool, or neutral toned. This can help you figure out what tends to look best on you and how it compliments your skin’s undertone. Typically as a rule, you will want a color that matches your undertones because those colors will bring out more radiance in your appearance.
As a little “cheat sheet” we categorized our top brands with their top ten colors into cool, warm, or neutral: Color Tone Guide | NameBrandWigs.com
Trick #2 Model Color:
The model is always wearing a color and there is a chance it is the color you are looking for. Find the name of the color shown on every product page.
Trick #3 YouTube!:
The wig world has grown vastly and so many people are willing to share their hair knowledge to help you with your journey. YouTube has created an environment that allows you to get the latest reviews and details on your style. We suggest taking a look at a YouTube video or review of your style and/or color. There is nothing quite like a picture, so a video is even better, right?!
When Searching For a Review - Notice the lighting you are seeing the wig in (natural or in-doors will look different). Also, note the reviewer’s face shape and skin tone because it is likely different from yours.
5. Order a Color Ring?
If you are wanting a tangible sample of hair then this is a great option. Our color rings give you a small swatch of hair displaying each color. Color Rings are divided by brands and are fully refundable upon return, you just cover the shipping! Color Rings | NameBrandWigs.com
Keep in Mind - color swatches are small samples of the colors and will not show how the style comes fully highlighted.
6. Talk To Us!
We have an AMAZING customer service team, so if you happen to get stuck, give us a call. Bring us your research and get our advice on a few options if you have gotten stuck in choosing.
There you have our tips on choosing a color! Sometimes it will take a try or two before you find something you really enjoy. That’s perfectly ok, just let us know how we are able to help and don’t give up! - NBW Family
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1. Identify the coverage needed.
The first step is determining what type of product is best for you. Here at Name Brand Wigs we have an array of options, but if you are not ready or not looking for a full wig then we carry top pieces, ¾ wigs, extensions, and halos. You can check out all of our wig additions here.
2. Find your fit!
3. Identify your cap needs:
The cap is the base of the wig onto which hair is attached. Wigs are available with several different types of caps, and each cap type has its own distinct advantages. The four cap designs are Capless, Standard, 100% Hand Tied, and Monofilament.
Read our blog post on cap types that explains the differences further!
4. Find the right fiber!
Alternative Hair fiber can be categorized into the following: Synthetic, Heat Defiant or Heat Friendly, Human Hair, Remy Human Hair, or Human Hair Blend. See the charts below for the descriptions of each fiber type.
Pro Tip: The key to finding the right fiber is to consider your lifestyle and how much time you want to put into styling and maintaining your alternative hair. Each fiber has pros and cons, consider the pros and cons to find the hair fiber that best fits who YOU are!
5. Determine what Style and Length you are looking for:
We have a huge selection, equaling thousands of options. This can be a bit overwhelming to a new wig wearer. Take advantage of the filtering on our website to narrow down our styles by length, hair texture, or cap features. A great place to start is our customer’s favorite page. You can trust these are tried and true favorites, as they are the wigs getting the best reviews from other wig wearers like you!
Check out our face shape blog for recommendations on what style types will work best with your face shape.
6. Find your color!
Once you have a style narrowed down, you will know what your color options are, as each brand makes their own set of colors. We have online color swatches as guides for all colors. If you would like to see the swatches in person you can order a color ring here.
7. Get the proper care products
- Shampoo & Conditioner
- Wig Spray
- Wig Cap
- Wig Brush or Comb
8. Give yourself some grace!
You might not get the perfect wig on the first try. It takes time to get the hang of this wig thing, and sometimes a little trial and error to find what brand, cap, or style might work best for you. We were all new to the world of wigs at one time. Don’t get discouraged, you’ll be a wig expert before you know it!
9. Don't forget we are here to help.
Our trained team has years of experience working with and learning about the products we offer, along with staying up to date on the newest innovations. We will go above and beyond to help you find the perfect piece! If you ever have questions, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We are here to help walk this new journey with you!
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