When I opened the box of Citta Mono and tried it on my first thought was "this is my kind of wig"! I love the layers, the short style, the beautiful hand tied lace front as well as the color!
This is a right out of the box style, it literally does not require a brush or comb, just run your fingers through the fibers and go. Citta Mono has just enough fullness to have some movement and the fibers are the usual Ellen Wille wonderful smooth silky fibers.
There are two fabulous features in Citta Mono, the hand tied lace front and the sweeping bangs, these elements offer you several different styling options; Citta Mono can be worn with the bangs or off the face to show off the lace front. The cap construction is comprised of a 100% hand tied lace front, a large mono top allowing for parting options, open wefting, closed felt ear tabs with stays and an extended nape with velcro adjusters. These Ellen Wille Hairpower wigs are petite/average sized, this one I believe could be worn by average head circumferences; I have a 21 1/4 head circumference and this one fits a tad loose on me.
The color Sandmulti Rooted is a shaded color of the lightest brown and medium ash blonde with light brown roots. I personally love the rooting on Ellen Wille wigs, they are so natural looking and never too stark. Citta Mono is available in 12 shades. The photo above shows some comparisons to Sandmulti Rooted with other brands such as Jon Renau 12FS8 and Estetica RH1488RT8. The specs for Citta Mono are front 4, crown 5, sides 3 and a nape of 2.
I love the styling options provided by Citta Mono, a simple barrette or a sparkly headband can really dress up this short style. This would be a perfect style for the upcoming holidays! Please use my code Crazywiglady at Wigstudio1.com to receive 30% off this lovely style.
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"Remember, we're all in this together"! 
October 24, 2018 — Eileen Franklin