I'm continuing my quest to review and try as many bob styles as I can, Ellen Wille hit the mark with this new style from their Elements Collection, this Area shown in Sandy Blonde Toned. Bobs have been around forever and they never go out of style, I can't think of a time or occasion when a bob would not work, it truly is a classic style that flatters many different face shapes. If you haven't tried the new Ellen Wille Elements collection you might want to take a look at them; they are beautiful and offered at nice price points as well. I was afraid to try longer styles as I thought "I'm too old" to wear them, but I was wrong, I love them and encourage you to try a longer style, they are fun and can be so versatile.
The cap is basic in construction with open wefting, no lace front, closed ear tabs and has a tiny mono disc in the crown for the look of hair growing out of the scalp. I don't think a lace front is needed due to the fact this one has a long sweeping bang, no lace front makes for a better price point too! 
The front of Area is 7.5, Crown 10, Sides 6.5 and a 5" nape, it weighs 2.9 oz. Be sure to use some detangling spray when you take it off to keep the fibers looking good for as long as you can. Also, if you find the front falls into your face you can easily steam the front, there is a video on my YouTube channel showing how to steam a wig with step by step instructions.
Above are phots of Sandy Blonde Toned in indoor/outdoor lighting. This shade has some medium ash blonde and golden blonde highlights with a medium root. The highlighting is beautifully done especially around the face.
As I mentioned above I think these longer styles offer so much versatility, you can style them in different ways to create totally different looks. Just throw on a headband, add a sparkly clip and it will look amazing! You could also do a half up and half down look with this one too!
If you have been wanting to try a longer bob at a great price point consider Area! See all the longer bobs at Wigstudio1.com, thanks for stopping by my blog, I'll see ya next time and remember "We're all in this together"!
June 11, 2020 — Eileen Franklin