Rated 3.8 stars3.8 / 5 ( 41 )

Price Range

$650 - $2,000

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating

Rated 3.8 stars3.8 / 5 ( 41 )

Quality Factor

76%

Quality Factor

  • Hair Quality
    User: 62%
    62%
  • Cap Construction
    User: 68%
    68%
  • Comfort & Fit
    User: 73%
    73%
  • Wig Lifespan
    User: 60%
    60%
  • Customer Service
    User: 64%
    64%


Chana

Posted on 2016-03-28
Rating: 3
3 /5 stars

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  • Cap Construction
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  • Comfort & Fit
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  • Wig Lifespan
    User: 50%
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I have two shevys and a rochi, but wanted to try a new look with out spending too much. I got a milano shaitel from their showroom in flatbush. The service was ok, I felt like they were pretending it was much better quality and would last forever- although I knew it wouldn't. It's a MUCH cheaper shaitel, having said that my Milano is what's been on my head for the last few months and I LOVE it!! I've gotten endless compliments- people telling me it looks like my real hair and could swear it was!! I'm expecting it to last me until the end of the year and if so, i'll be thrilled. It's a $600 long bob, that is perfectly ombre. I needed something to wear everyday that was casual and easy, so this is it. When my LOB is finished with I plan on buying another one :)

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