Review: Wig Pro Camila Wig

My wig completes me. It is the final part of my look and even if my makeup is a disaster and my dress isn’t as cute as I would hoping it would be, if my hair is looking good then somehow everything else comes together.

Until I started to wear a wig, I always felt like a “man in a dress”. I could be wearing a pink dress, lacey lingerie, and sky high stilettos after an hour long makeover but I would still feel like a boy. My first wig was… well, it was magical. I can’t describe it any other way. It completely transformed my look and I became… HER… in a way that I never experienced before.

Over time I learned a LOT about wigs. Different styles and cuts and colors of course, but learning about the differences between synthetic wigs, hand-tied wigs, heat resistant wigs… it was a bigger world than I ever could have imagined.

Of course, I also learned about what look suited me best. For years I have only worn black wigs as it was the same color as my boy hair. Whenever I got a new wig, I would notice how my… hm, attitude would change. Some styles made me feel more beautiful, some made me feel younger, more femme.

But there were also styles that did the complete opposite, but let’s focus on the positive.

Sometimes a new style pushes you out of your comfort zone. Sometimes it’s a a dress, a wig, or a makeup style that you would never select for yourself but when you do try it, often at the encouragement from someone else and you find a new look that is… well, perfect. Not only does it LOOK good, but it also… unlocks a new level of confidence that you didn’t know you had hidden inside.

I am fortunate to do the occasional review for The Breast Form Store. Sometimes it’s lingerie, heels, lingerie, thigh pads, lingerie, or breast forms, and sometimes it’s for a wig. And sometimes it’s for TWO wigs!

After a few messages back and forth about which wigs I was going to review, I was really encouraged to try a hair color that was different than my normal black. I wasn’t completely sure but goodness the enthusiasm from the Breast Form Store was contagious. Before I knew it, I was opening a box with two beautiful wigs in it. Both beautiful, one was my usual color, but the other… well, remember it’s a GOOD thing to get out of your comfort zone a little. 🙂

The first wig I wore for my photo shoot was the Wig Pro Camila wig. Although I have been wearing wigs for around ten years, I am still learning a lot about them, especially after the MN T-Girls wig fitting event last month. This wig has a lace front and although I heart lace, I had no idea how important this is when it comes to creating an appearance of a natural hairline.

My normal wig is a straight black style, and I keep to this look mostly out of intimidation. I have a hard enough time styling a blouse/skirt combination let alone styling long hair. What drew me to this wig was that it’s pre-styled and it gives me a very natural wavy appearance.

The wig is synthetic which I like. Human hair wigs tend to be pricier and require a lot more care. I also don’t care for heat-resistant wigs as I tend to play with my hair A LOT. Synthetic wigs aren’t as easily damaged by contact with skin (whether your shoulders, head, or fingers) compared to a heat-resistant style.

I was completely won over by this look, and this color.

But goodness, please tell me what you think! This was a bold break from my normal look and I would love to hear your thoughts!

Thank you to the Breast Form Store for my new ‘do and style!

Love, Hannah

8 thoughts on “Review: Wig Pro Camila Wig

  1. Good morning Hannah! It looks stunning on you!! But then again I think any hair style would look good on you! Again, it looks beautiful!!😃

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  2. Hannah,

    I am convinced that a woman’s crowning GLORY is her hair. The style can take a plain face almost to radiant and alive. I am so convinced of this fact that the first item I placed on my body above that big pink wrap around towel is my wig. It immediately created a feminine facial image and even more so immediately says you are HELLO MARIE -SMILE and join the sorority. Have a great day, you are a girl.
    Marie Anne
    PS Marie even has a special SHAG STYLE that is her sleeping cap, thus when must use the facilities in the middle of the night or first thing in the morning and glances in the mirror it is a smiling Marie which greets her not a rough or grumpy
    male image. A quick face wrap with a very warm wash cloth brings healthy color to framed image. A wig is a frame.
    Marie Anne

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  3. Hi Hannah, I think it looks fabulous on you, it has more style than your regular hair. I like it & think you should wear it all the time. I would love to see you as a blonde or a brunette some day.

    Diane

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  4. I agree with others this wig suits you quite nicely
    And yes the style and color make such a big difference.
    Over trial and error I know what style for me works and what doesn’t. If it doesn’t work with your facial features then it will enhance your maleness
    I’ve acquired 8 plus wigs in the last few years all with varying styles and colors
    I love that I can change my look with just switching wigs

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  5. HI HANNAH. ITS MAGAN I DO NOT WERE WIGS AS MY NATURAL HAIR IS JUST AS LONG AS YOUR WIG AND I LOVE STYLING IT. IT GIVES ME MORE INTO WHAT A WOMAN HAS TO GO THOUGH TO BE PRETTY AND WHAT WE HAVE TO DO. WHEN I GO TO WORK IT IS IN A PONYTAIL.WHEN I COME HOME AFTER WORK I COMB IT OUT AND CAN STYLE IT ANY WAY I LIKE AND IT MAKES ME FEEL MORE FEMMINET. I LOVE THE LONG HAIR AND NO ONE GIVES IR A SECOND LOOK. YOU SHOULD TRY IT YOUR NATURAL HAIR IS MORE BECOMMING OF THE PERSON THAT YOU ARE.EVEN IN BOY MODE IF YOU HAVE LONG HAIR COMPLIMENT IT WITH NOT SHAVING UNTILL YOU BECOME FEMENET.

    MY OPINION ONLY
    LOVE MAGAN

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  6. Hannah – While I really like your customary “hair” look, it seems you try a lot of different outfits and styles, but have stuck with the same “hair”. I would love to see you in some different styles and colors – I think an Auburn or other red might work with your complexion. I am not sure about blonde – there are just so many shades you might have to do some experimenting. For me personally, I have seen several “girls” with what they have called a blonde/gray mix – it looks like it might be fun. Anyway, at least you have options – good luck with them.

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