The first time i tried this wig on it was a bit tight but after wearing it just once it has adjusted to the size of my (big) head. Next time i will get it with the large cap. The hair is lovely and it is a great wig for running around in. I had a fringe cut. See pictures. I have already washed it which was super easy and quick to do. I hung it up and in the morning i brushed it and it just fell into place. I am very happy with this wig.
I've had so many compliments on this wig! I am going through chemotherapy and have frequent visits to doctors. 3 different doctors told me how great this wig looks. One of them first said, "I can't believe you haven't lost your hair at this point." Ha ha! I have! Another said this is the best, most realistic wig she has ever seen. Also, a man (who said he works in a hair salon) stopped me to compliment my beautiful highlights (22F16) and thought I just left the salon. I told him it was a wig and about my cancer and he hugged me and told me how precious I look!
I have been wearing this wig for 2 months and I would say it is not as silky as it was when I first bought it; so, I'm going to have it professionally washed. I've washed it myself and haven't been able to get it as soft as it once was. The other negative is that the cap is slightly too large for me. At first I thought about returning it, but then I realized that I can live with it. It 's just a little baggy at the top and fits well everywhere else. It feels secure and I'm not concerned it will fall off. The wig shop said this type of cap construction can't be altered to fit where mine is baggy.
It is very realistic. When I was selecting a wig, I agonized over the process and I'm so happy I ended up with this one as a first time wig wearer. I also bought the Flame, but I like the Cameron better. Thanks, Jon Renau for helping me get through this horrendous cancer experience a little bit better!