A Dark and Stormy Knight

(1 customer review)

$40.00

In stock

Description

This is it. This is the wig. You think it might be but let me tell you, you will look amazing in this. Thousands of windswept and stoic anime bishies nod solemnly as if to say “Yes, this is the hair to have.” Join them. You too have longed to stand on cliffs and rooftops with hair floating on the breeze/weight of one’s spiritual aura/ artificial atmosphere, and to glare along the length of your blade. Does it work for *that* character? Usually. There are other long black wigs here and you should go look at them, but this one is lighter, more maneuverable, and knows of your shared destiny. It’s just long enough not to tangle with your sleeves/duster/many belts, and has shorter bits about the face that are designed to hang in curtains on either side of your face/make those see-through anime locks artfully arranged in your face/ come out from under and around headbands, and wrapped lengths of ribbon. Are you ready to take up your destiny?

Made of a stylable heat-resistant (up to 300°F/148°C) synthetic fiber. Length is 31″ (80 cm) from the crown. Works for Jin from Samurai Champloo, Vincent Valentine from Final Fantasy VII, China from Axis Powers Hetalia, Itachi and Orochimaru from Naruto, Karel from Fire Emblem, Boa Hancock from One Piece, Pharah from Overwatch, and Kirito from Sword Art Online. Part of the “sugoi black” color match.

Additional information

Weight 0.62 lbs

1 review for A Dark and Stormy Knight

  1. Alexander

    This is a good wig if you are a male looking for long hair. It is not too poofy or thick like some wigs. Men usually have thinner hair so this hair works well for men. It is also cut for women too. I have done an Amy Lee Evanescence look with it and it holds up nicely. It does get a little messy with a few flyaway hairs but it mostly easy to untangle. It is light and comfortable. The parting is semi-realistic but suitable enough for photo-shoots or cosplay.

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