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$133

Hair System for Men All French Lace Toupee Wigs Human Hair Super

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Product description

Base Design:
All French Lace, with about 1'' extension( no hair knotted), designed to be cut away
Bleaching knots:
We do strong bleaching knots at the front hairline
Base Size:
8''x10", designed to be cut down by hairstylist
Hair Type:
Human hair
Hair Length: 6"
Wave Pattern: 30mm slight wave
Density:
Medium, 130%
Hair Style:Free Style
Colour: #1B, very dakrest brown(off black)
Contour Shape:"A" Contour
Expected lifespan: 2-3 months
Application:
1. Full head bond.
2. Daily Dabber for one to several days.
3. Perimeter bond not suggested.
Please kindly notice:
1. All of our stock units are shipped without cutting and styling. We do not currently provide a cutting service.
2.The single colored system pictured here is just for reference. Hair color may vary slightly from the photos.
3.If you are new to wearing lace toupees, we advise you have a professional hairstylist attach the unit to your head.
We are not responsible for tearing of the hair system due to improper using method.

Hair System for Men All French Lace Toupee Wigs Human Hair Super

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