And I think I can make it work.
I've worked with this style before, but in black, as mentioned in an earlier post.
The only thing that shocked me as I took this one out of the package, was the texture of the hair.
I know this wig comes in various qualities, but instead of having silky hair like my last one, the hair on this blonde one is rather odd.
The texture is a bit crimped, but I think this will actually work to my benefit.
my only worry is that it will look too frizzy, but I think the right styling can fix that. Besides, historically I think the texture of wigs and hair due to all the styling and types of hair used (not all of it was human), caused hair to be a little frizzy anyway back then.
My only gripe; the long ringlets are a bit smooshed, so I may need to moisten them and reset them on some foam rollers...as much as can be done with synthetic hair. A day or two on those should do it.
The below photo is yours truly ;-) wearing the wig in question, right out of the package and brushed out a little. There are a lot of long ringlets that fall from the lower back, but I hid those and draped a few of the shorter ones over my shoulder.
overall, I really like the color. It's close to my own hair color, and if I decide to powder it, the texture should take it nicely.