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Natural in appearance, easy to wear, and always gorgeous, Raquel Welch wigs are all about glamor made simple.
The Raquel Welch Collection's aim is to help you achieve whatever hair style you desire and to change your look and color on a whim...if you so choose.
Over the years since the first introduction of the Raquel Welch Collection there has been enormous advances in hair alternative technology resulting in countless improvements in the coloring, fibers, construction and wear-ability of Raquel Welch wig products. Today they are lighter, more natural looking and more user friendly than ever before.
Raquel Welch wigs Sheer Indulgence collection puts monofilament cap construction in just the right place for the most natural appearance. And the hand-knotted Raquel Welch wigs provide natural hair movement along with maximum style versatility.
RAQUEL WELCH Kanekalon Vibralite® synthetic hair colors:
The characters used in the color code numbers reflect the type of color it is.
R: Stands for "Raquel".
G: Color graduates light to dark from the front to the back of wig.
S and S+: All S and S+ multi-dimensional blends reflect the latest coloring salons around the country.
The S+ colors are specially blended in the front and the crown with highlights and lowlights that complement the basic color.
T: The ends are tipped in a lighter color.
F: Foil colors are multi-tonal shades that are specially created to reflect today's dramatic color blends. They include an all over base color with two contrasting highlight colors around the face.
SS: Shadow Shades feature a darker color depth at the root.
RO Raquel Ombre colors are hair colors that are generally darker at the roots through the mid shaft and then gradually get lighter from the mid shaft to the ends.
RAQUEL WELCH Freeform Collection is made with Tru2Life fiber: Can be curled or straightened with thermal styling tools.
RL: Tru2Life heat-friendly synthetic fiber.
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