Ellen Wille
Queen Comfort
Caramel Rooted
When I took Queen Comfort out of the box and tried it on I almost cried, this style is almost identical to the style I wore before I lost my hair to chemo, I had a smile from ear to ear. I have developed such a love for Ellen Wille wigs, the fibers are so silky soft and luxurious. 
Queen Comfort is part of Ellen Wille's 2018 Hair Power collection; it is a shaggy bob with lots of layers and such natural movement! The Hair Power collection styles consist of low density wigs that are petite/average sized (however, this one fit a bit larger than previous ones I have reviewed), I think an average size head circumference could easily wear this one, there is also minimal to no permatease in this wig.
The color caramel rooted is described as a blend of medium honey blonde, dark ash blonde and medium golden blonde with dark rooting. The highlights are so well placed in this wig, I especially like the way they are concentrated around the face. 
The cap construction on these wigs is not only comfortable but beautiful. Queen Comfort has a 100% temple to temple lace front that extends to the ear tabs, a 100% hand tied left mono part as well as a 100% hand tied cap, there is also double lining at the crown making it very soft for scalps with little to no hair, there is also an extended nape with velcro adjusters.
The specs on Queen Comfort are Bang 5, Crown 5, Sides 5.5 and Nape 5. The long front sweeping bangs provide face framing that looks great on a variety of face shapes. 
There are so many different ways to wear Queen Comfort, above are are few ways you can wear this very versatile wig; I especially like it pulled back to show off that beautiful lace front. However you decide to wear Queen Comfort, dressy or casual, this is a wig that you will enjoy for years to come! 
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August 18, 2018 — Eileen Franklin