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Today I'm putting the Zara smart lace wig by Jon Renau in the spotlight. Zara has been one of my bestselling wigs from the smart lace collection from the very first day I listed it on the website. Lets crack straight on and take a more detailed look at the Zara wig below ...
Zara is a super long style with soft layers that frame the face. It comes ready to wear straight out of the box.
I'd class the Zara as a wig that is just above medium density. It has volume at the root but its not too thick towards the mid - ends of the hair.
The Zara is a synthetic wig so you need to be aware of the fact that this style can get tangled quite easily due to its length and friction against your clothing etc. I'd always recommend an anti-friction or conditioning spray as a must for a longer length synthetic wig.
If we take a look at the Zara wig from the side, you can really appreciate the face framing layers that are a part of this wig.
I LOVE layers in longer length wigs! I think it helps keep it soft and helps maintain good movement in the hair.
Taking a look from the back, you can see that that layering pattern continues all around the Zara which helps take some of the bulkiness out of the style.
One of the great things about this wig is that it has a full Monofilament top. A Mono top gives you the ability to get a clean crisp part in the wig and for it to look natural. A monofilament top is hand tied so the hair will move in any direction. You can place the parting anywhere you want within the Mono top section.
A quick look at the cap construction shows the different materials used to make the Zara what it is.
Lace front - The lace front on the Jon Renau smart lace wigs are welded. Welded lace has a stiffer texture than regular french or swiss lace types to ensure the lace sits flat against the forehead without the need for glue or tape to secure.
Mono Top - The benefits of a Mono top include a more natural look at the parting and the versatility to be able to move your parting around.
Wefted Back - The back section of the Zara is wefted (machine made) and the cap has adjustable nape straps so you can re size the wig.
The Zara is on offer on our website right now until the end of January so head on over and take a look when you get a minute or two :)
Ive worn the zara wig before i got my Follea gripper wig and theres no denying its a nice wig. It does make some maintaining with it being so long and mine lasted around 6 months before i felt the need to replace it.
Have you worn the Zara wig before? What did you think of this wig!? Id love to hear your comments and feedback below.
Tomorrow ill be blogging about the Adrianna smart lace wig by Jon Renau so if you enjoyed todays post then make sure you check back tomorrow to take a more detailed look at the Adrainna.