Trying on the Small Size:
First up, I'm trying on the size small. I'll tuck my hair away and put it on, pulling it as tight as possible to show you the fit. You'll notice that even when adjusted tightly, it's still slightly too big for my forehead. There's a slight gap, but I'll be showing you how to style it later to make it fit better.
Next, the Regular Size:
Now, onto the regular size. I'll adjust it the same way, pulling it as tight as I can to the back of my head. As you can see, it still comes down a bit onto my forehead. When I style it as I usually would, you'll notice some bagginess in the back and it puckling on the sides. It's not a perfect fit, but styling will help.
Styling the Regular Size:
As I start styling the regular size wig, you'll see that even though it fits a bit loosely, a little styling can help disguise the fit issues. With some gentle adjustments, the bagginess is less noticeable, and it starts to look better overall.
Fitting the Small Size:
Now, let's go back to the small size, which fits me better. I'll tuck my hair away, put it on, and style it. Despite some slight puckling, it's definitely a more comfortable and better-fitting option for me. The small size just works!
Styling for Perfection:
To get that sleek and snug look, I'm using my flat iron to press down on the puckling areas. Be cautious with this step, as the steam can be intense. Afterward, I'm applying some mousse to mold the cap down, and then a heat protectant on my leave-out to prevent any damage.
I'm using a bit of hair wax to further smooth down the top part and make it even flatter. With these steps, the small size wig looks fabulous and sits snugly on my head. And as a personal touch, I decided to add a few layers to create more dimension.