For Comparison, this is what my afro twist outs look like without the La Efrah Half Wig on.
This is me with the La Efrah Half Wig pinned to the side.
This is me with my hair pinned to the side without the La Efrah Half Wig.
This is the La Efrah Half Wig after I cut it.
This is the La Efrah Wig Tag
Let me just say that the La Efrah Half Wig is probably the most natural wig I own and it is super easy to blend! I purchased the La Efrah Half Wig on hairsisters.com for $21.99 in a 1B. I believe I received the wig in 3-5 days. When I first wore the wig, I did not cut or shape it. I left out my hairline which was in a twist out; it blended with the wig effortlessly. The wig was a little too wild for me so I cut and shaped it so that it would add volume but not length to my natural afro. The pictures in this post are of me wearing the wig after I cut it.
I really like this wig because it is believable, natural and easy to blend. La Efrah has very pretty defined tight curls which looks like 3b/c curls, it is coarse and natural in texture. The wig is fluffy and voluminous but yet lightweight. It is a synthetic medium short length wig. I fluffed the wig to get rid of some of the definition so it would look a little more kinky and realistic. When I wear this wig people assume that it is my own hair. I have washed this wig in a bin of water with a Shea Moisture shampoo and the curls bounce right back. I like the color but I think it is a tiny bit too light for my natural hair but I do not believe it is that noticeable. I used bobby pins to secure this wig to my head.
Overall, I love how this wig looks. However, I only ended up wearing this wig a few times because I do not really like afro/kinky wigs because I feel like I should just wear my own hair (since my hair is afro-kinky-like). I like to wear wigs that look nothing like my hair so I can wear styles that are nothing like what my hair looks like just for diversity and versatility. I do recommend this wig if you like this afro/kinky look, I would give this wig a solid B.