Pre-order ! Deluxe lace set white santa claus wig beard and moustache S-13
Best quality , best price !
Hair material: synthetic Hair (hot resistant)
Technology: lace hand knotting with weft at back
Hair length: 16 inch
Hair color: natural white ( no fake shine)
Hair style: wavy
Cap size: standard 23.5inch
Produce time: Pre-order, will finish in September,2023 .
Delivery :4-6 days by Fedex / Dhl
Available on backorder
This is a up grade syntheitic santa claus wig beard style.
Usually the synthetic santa claus wig are made of machine made wefts sewing , how ever with this synthetic set you can also have a natural realistic hairline looking .
Natural hairline with widows peak ,the wavy style will never fluffy and frizz ,it looks smooth and soft .
Adjustble wig and beard base with straps can fix your head tightly, also adjust the size as your need .
Absolutely, professional santa can not be real without a hand made lace moustache and eyebrows, they are separate, can move when talking to lovely children.
Before use it , you need cut the front extra long lace and use spirit gum or adhensive tape to stick on face.
MJoppien2 (verified owner) –
Very nice set, it’s of course not the best option from Maggie, but if you are hard pressed to shell out the money for a yak set, this is the next best thing and probably the best synthetic beard, you will ever find.
Mine was a bit too overstyled in terms of curls, and the way these sythetic fibers hold shape makes them look a bit greasy or wet compared to real yak hair.
With my face proportions it looked a lot more like the S-13S set than the longer one but that is fine.
In fact I love the overall appearance.
Be aware of a few things when you get this:
This is not going to hold as long as a Yak set unless you shell out good money for professionals to do refurbishments every year. It’s a lot harder to style than real hair in my opinion, and it has a few other problems like the VERY 2 dimensional mustache.
In fact I would like to ask if Maggie could change the mustache and eyebrows to have 50-60% yak hair thrown into the mix to allow for a more three dimensional look, supporting the shape for the hairs more easily through real hairs roughness while still making the visuals of beard and mustache match. (Maybe you could even have some very tiny amounts of real yak inside the hairline of the beard to make the edges more believably roughed out but that might just be too much wishful thinking on my side)
The picture is from my very last home visit from 2019.