Raquel Welch Classic Cool is an updated Page cut with lots of textured layers, light bangs and a soft sculpted back. Classic Cool is shown in SS Golden Wheat, my favorite Raquel Welch shade. This is a lower density wig than the other RW styles I have making it a very versatile style that can be worn smooth and sleek or tousled for a more casual look.
Classic Cool can be worn either with bangs or off the face due to the beautiful lace front; this style has just enough length to clip it at the back of the head or just wear one side clipped back, it also looks adorable with a head band. Classic Cool is made of non-heat friendly fibers that are silky soft and have lots of movement for a natural look and feel. The specs for Classic Cool are Front 5.5 Crown 7, Sides 4.5, Back 6.5 and Nape 2. 
The cap construction of Classic Cool includes a 100% hand tied lace front and a left mono part. The ear tabs are closed felt with stays, the nape is extended with velcro adjusters, the wig is open wefted. This style has the Memory Cap III which molds to the shape of the head and is extremely comfortable.
The color SS Golden Wheat is described as a medium honey blonde with soft gold blonde highlights and medium brown roots. The rooting is not over done at all and is very natural looking. One of my favorite features is the highlighting, it extends all the way into the lace front giving the appearance of the hair growing right out of your scalp. The highlights are also concentrated around the face providing a brightening effect. Classic Cool is available in around 30 shades so there is something for everyone!
I think this is going to be an extremely well loved wig for those of us who like RW wigs due to the lower density and the non-heat friendly fibers, I am already eyeing another shade! If you have any questions please email me at eileen@wigstudio1.com
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September 29, 2018 — Eileen Franklin