Kingdom Hearts: Organization XIII Wig Suggestion Guide

Posted on 20 December 2018

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Xemnas

The Suzi style is pretty great if you don’t mind trimming since it has both a widow’s peak and lots of fluffy layers. If you’d like a non-lace option, our Jareth and Malinda styles are great as well. The Malinda style will be fluffier overall, though please note that the wefts are sewn in reverse in the back similarly to our Jeannie style, so the sizing is not as flexible as the Jareth.


Xigbar

The Anne has a more subtle hairline, while the Tauriel’s is more dramatic but can be plucked. You can ventilate some hair from our clip-in extensions or wefts to add the silver sections.
Here is a tutorial for ventilating!


Xaldin

One method to making Xaldin’s hairstyle is to heat up a section with an iron, backcomb, and then comb out. You can then use hairspray and wrap the teased hair like a drill curl, or tease further if needed. If you do this with a wig like our Tauriel, you might create additional pieces from wefts to hide any gaps. Alternatively, you could make something similar from our Long Wefts, which can be smoothed and wrapped in a spiral. The hair could then be attached to a regular ponytailed wig or to a hard cap.


Vexen


Renee in Champagne


Buttercup in Champagne

The Renee has a more natural hairline, while the Buttercup in Champagne is a good non-lace alternative. The Buttercup’s part can be moved to the center with heat from a hair dryer.


Lexaeus


Cady in Warm Light Brown


Bucky in Dark Copper Red

The Cady and Bucky styles are good lacefront options. The Cady will be a tad shorter but wouldn’t need any trimming, while the Bucky will need trimming but already has some curl to it. Heat up small sections with a flat iron and wrap around your fingers before it cools completely for some quick curls on the Cady. The Westley style comes in Dark Copper Red if you want a non-lace style option.


Zexion


Jaguar in Grey

The Jaguar style has longer bangs and side sections as well as a pre-teased top! Use a hair dryer to push some of the hair around the crown forward and to the side. Trim and style with some Got2b hairspray or hair wax if needed.


Saïx


Suzi in Denim Blue

The Suzi style has lots of layers throughout, though may need a little trimming on top for an exact match. You can also pluck the hairline for a more subtle shape.


Axel


Suzi in Rust Red (COMING SOON)


Suzi in Crimson

Rust Red is a warmer red and closer to Axel’s overall shade, while Crimson is a cooler red color but also very popular for Axel. Many customers also use Apple Red or Cherry Red and will color the roots darker for a more dramatic look. The Suzi style is pretty great if you don’t mind trimming since it has both a widow’s peak and lots of fluffy layers. If you’d like a non-lace option, our Jareth and Malinda styles are great as well. The Malinda style will be fluffier overall, though please note that the wefts are sewn in reverse in the back similarly to our Jeannie style, so the sizing is not as flexible as the Jareth.
With non-lace styles, you can create a widow’s peak from extra wefts or loose hair like in this tutorial by Chibinischan

We also have this handy tutorial for fluffy spikes

And this tutorial for coloring the roots of your wig with sharpies if you’d like a gradient effect:


Demyx


Rufio in Sandy Brown

Not too much styling is needed to turn the Rufio in the perfect Demyx wig! Fluff the top out a bit with a hair dryer, and tease some additional sections upwards for more volume on top.


Luxord


Rocky in Champagne


Jett in Titanium Blonde

The Rocky is the correct length, and would just need some blow drying to fluff it a bit. The Jett style would also work with just a little trimming, and the Titanium color would be the most accurate. In a more recent cinematic appearance it looks like he has a widow’s peak. You could use a Marty to match this, though note that the hair will be difficult to push forward after being trimmed unless you re-weft the top of the style.


Marluxia


Jareth in Dusty Rose


Magnum Long in Dusty Rose

Marluxia’s hair color changes between references. If you want something more muted overall, you may like Dusty Rose. If you want something more pink, you could go with a pink of your choosing, and color the roots darker with markers to add more variation. The Jareth will need a bit more trimming but is fluffier on top compared to the Magnum Long. You can also trim a Jareth Long if you want more length!

Here’s a tutorial for darkening roots:


Larxene


Cady in Fairy Blonde


Clip-in Extensions in Fairy Blonde

Our Imladris style is also a good option if you don’t mind trimming, and comes in more blonde shades. Light Blonde will be a bit more yellow, while Pale Blonde is golden but less yellow than both Light Blonde and Fairy Blonde. You might want to use a wire support to hold up her antennae. Loop the bottom of your wires like in our Ahoge tutorial, and either sandwich the length between some clear tape or fabric before gluing hair from the wig over it. Use the glue sparingly to cover the structures, and use a strong hold hairspray such as Got2b over the top-most hair layers.


Roxas


Jareth in Ginger Blonde


Jaguar in Ginger Blonde

Ginger Blonde is more accurate to the in-game model, though his hair color varies between high quality cut scenes and artwork. You might prefer Pale Blonde or Fairy Blonde depending on the reference or your preference in blonde shades. The Jareth and Jaguar both have a pre-teased top, which makes it easier to spike sections around the crown. The Jaguar won’t need as much trimming, though the Jareth will have a bit more volume on top. Fluff the style with a hair dryer, and we recommend Got2b hairspray and spiking glue to style his spikes!


Xion


Caine in Black


Caine in Onyx

The Caine style is a good length overall, though the Derek and Lulu are also good options.

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