Jon Renau
Color 60
I will be honest, I was hesitant to review this color as I have never worn this shade of grey before, but after trying it on I knew that this was a color so many ladies would probably really enjoy! As you know all shades of silver and grey are super popular this year, as a matter of fact (I have an inside contact at L'Oreal) they have partnered with Vogue to announce the 2019 hair color of the year is Silver, so ladies we are right on trend! 
Diane by Jon Renau is a beautiful sassy shag style that is perfect right out of the box, it can be worn spiky or smooth, it has enough length to be versatile. The bangs can be worn down or back to show the beautiful Jon Renau lace front.
The cap construction on Diane consists of a lovely 100% hand tied temple to temple lace front, a large hand tied mono top and a beautiful 100% hand tied cap that is so soft, perfect for ladies with little to no hair. The cap also has closed ear tabs non extended nape with adjusters. I love Jon Renau hand tied caps, they are so comfortable and luxurious. 
The photo above shows color 60 in indoor lighting. The color 60 is described a pure white, however there are some ashy/grey tones running through this color that keep it from appearing "flat"; it is of the lightest pearl color, the lightest grey available. 
The photo above shows color 60 in outdoor lighting giving you an idea of how beautiful this color looks in the sun! The specs for Diane are bang 5.6, crown 7.25, sides 5 and nape 3.75.
Diane has such a beautiful lace front, by pulling it back with a bit of styling cream you can create a very trendy updated look and show off that lace front!
Or if you prefer you can wear the bangs down for a more casual look, either way, on or off the face Diane offers several different styling options. Be sure to check out the video below for a full look at Diane and follow me on my YouTube channel, Crazywiglady, for many more wig reviews. Also, please feel free to contact me at if you have any questions; I'm also on instagram at crazywiglady where I feature a "Wig To Toe Wednesday" each week. Until we meet again, "Remember, we're all in this together". 
April 14, 2019 — Eileen Franklin