E Report / Dec 3rd, 2014

Envy Wigs Ends the Year with a Big Reveal

We never rest at Envy Wigs. Our founder and renowned designer Alan Eaton has been hard at work on eight new styles for the Envy Wigs collection, and we’re proud to introduce them to you. Celeste, Sheena, Jasmine, Brooke, Shyla, Abbey, Shari, and Pt. Tiffany are here, and they’re positively dazzling. The additions represent the quality and variety Envy is known for – the wigs come in various lengths and are available in a multitude of colors from black to light blonde.

If you’re looking for a longer hairstyle that falls past the shoulders, consider Celeste, Sheena, and Brooke. Celeste and Sheena join our Mono Top collection while Brooke has a Mono Top Lace Front. All of these looks feature bangs that can be pulled down or swept off to the sides. The Mono Top design is constructed so that it mimics natural hair growth. Each strand of fiber is hand-tied, and small wisps of hair are along the hairline to give the wig a realistic silhouette.

Want a medium length style instead? Choose Jasmine. This versatile look will brush the top of your shoulders. It’s like a layered bob. The Jasmine style has a light fringe of bangs, and like the others just mentioned, it has a Mono Top construction.

Need a shorter style with less fuss? You’re really in luck. Both the Shyla and Abbey looks hit right below the ears while Shari and Pt. Tiffany are more closely cropped pixie styles. All of these shorter lengths look beautiful, and they have different construction methods. Shyla and Abbey are both part of the Envyhair Mono collection. Envyhair looks, feels, and acts like one hundred percent human hair. Envyhair has a unique blend of 70% heat friendly fiber and 30% human hair to allow for maximum styling flexibility. And the best part? These looks are available at about 1/3 the price of human hair products.

Pt. Tiffany is part of the Mono Top club, and Shari is an Open Top style. The Open Top collection can be styled to the left or right because the petal patterned netting is dyed in a complementary shade to ensure it blends in.

If you’re feeling excited about trying on these innovative styles, be sure to contact your local Envy Wigs retailer and ask them about their stock. Work with an experienced wig consultant to try on different colors and wigs to see what best suits you.

Shop your favorite ENVY collections your way.
Shop now.
Have a question?
Send us your questions and an ENVY Expert will get back with you.

Ask Us

Words of Wigdom
The secret to a perfectly natural look is a slightly imperfect part, says Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton. “Gently reposition strands along the part line or snip a few wispy pieces using manicure scissors—AND some restraint—for a slightly messy part that looks all your own.”
“Throughout my 20-year career, women’s comfort has always been at the top of my mind,” says Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton, whose Stretch Cap Technology hugs the perimeter while eliminating pressure points for maximum comfort.”
For first-time wig wearers, “The trick is to stay close to the color of your eyebrows,” notes Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton. If not, “then consider dyeing your eyebrows to match your chosen wig color.”
“Few people know that wigs can be styled just like natural hair—and that most hairstylists are happy to give your wig a custom cut,” says Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton. “Trimming bangs and shaping to your exact specifications can help make your wig indecipherable from your own natural hair.”
“The “Grey Hair, Don’t Care” trend—which saw women embracing their grey—is stronger than ever. And not just with the over-50 crowd. “Silver is chic, edgy and looks great on almost anyone,” says Designer and CEO, Alan Eaton, who offers nearly every EnvyHair™ and synthetic style in 3 multi-dimensional grey shades.”

0