Henry Margu Brooklyn (614GR)                           

I was hesitant to try Brooklyn in 614GR at first, the color is so beautiful but I was afraid it would not work for me but I’m glad I gave it a try.


Brooklyn is a long bob with tons of layers that gives this wig lots of movement and swing! Brooklyn is a low density wig with fibers that feel like silk, I love the way Henry Margu fibers move and feel, they truly have the look and feel of bio hair.

I also love the HM colors, they are so different and intense, from their red shades to the very blondes, each color is blended with such beautiful shades, it looks like you just walked out of the beauty salon.

The cap construction on Brooklyn consists of a 100% hand tied temple to temple lace front, a left mono part, minimal permatease, open wefting for coolness and comfort, closed felt ear tabs with stays and an extended felt nape with Velcro adjusters.

I find HM wigs to be a tad large for me, I just use the Velcro adjusters, they also have lots of stretch, if you have a larger head circumference this brand might work for you. 

The color 614GR is described as a blend of pale gold and beige blonde with dark rooting; this is an accurate description of this shade, the blending is very well done throughout the style. 

One of my favorite things about wigs this length are the styling options, there are so many things that can be done with this length. Below are some examples of ways to style Brooklyn; a braid, head band, pony tail or comb can really dress this style up or down.


The specs for Brooklyn are bang 8, crown 12, sides 10, back 9.5 nape 4.5 and she only weighs 3.25 oz. Brooklyn is another hit by Henry Margu, a style that never goes out of style!


Brooklyn is available in approximately 24 shades, please check out Wigstudio1.com for further information.

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August 15, 2018 — Eileen Franklin