She-Ra Wig Suggestion Guide
Posted on 27 November 2018
For Adora's ponytail, you could use something like our Imladris, Matilda, or Renee in Lemon Drop or Champagne with a trimmed matching ponytail clip for a fluffier tail. Our Jeannie is also a good non-lace alternative if you’re on a budget, and you can heat-train the bangs back with a hair dryer. See our Brigitte tutorial for how to tease a bump in the front and make the base wig more ponytail-friendly!
Our Ororo, Le Tigre, Anne, Ami, and Lindsay styles would also be good options depending on how you interpret the style! Fairy Blonde (Classic) and Honey (Silky) are the closest colors, but you might opt for a different blonde shade depending on your personal preference.
The Magnum already has lots of fluffy and flippy layers in the back that you could brush and tease to the shape you'd like, or you could start with the Jareth for a fuller style, though it will need some curling and trimming.
The Kyle style is perfect if you curl the top! We ordered a special color combo for him, but you could alternatively use Dark Brown as an alternative.
The Malinda style already has the hair ironed away from the face and is super fluffy like a lion's mane, but it is a tad shorter than Catra's hairstyle. If you want something longer, you could either add wefts in the back for length, or start with our Jareth Long style and do some teasing and trimming. The top of the Jareth Long can be heat-trained back with a hair dryer. Add Desert Brown for her sideburn sections!
Our Long Clips also come in the Silky sister color, Iris! The Katinka style may need a little trimming on her left side, and you can backcomb the tails for extra volume. See our Bowsette & Peach tutorial for teasing tricks:
If you’d like a darker undercut, our Kyle style also comes in a two-tone option with Pure White on top and Grey on bottom. Tease and blowdry the top, or if you’d like a lacefront option you might like our Marty style in Silver or Pure White. The Marty can be trimmed shorter, but we do not recommend going under an inch unless you add additional wefts.