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Unread 09-10-2012, 10:18 AM   #181
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Unread 11-30-2012, 10:27 PM   #182
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I know I've been checking this thread hopefully for more pictures and thought I'd share some of what I've bought. I got a Holly in Natural Copper/Fire, a Wisp and ponytail extension in Shadow Blue, and a Super Short in Black. The shadow blue was one I was hoping for more pictures of and it's a gorgeous color.

There does appear to be a significant variation in what they photograph as color-wise. I'm sure some of it is bad lighting or messed up white balancing but I've seen the red look almost maroon on some cell phone pics my friends took and the blue look almost grey-blue in color. And to the naked eye they look significantly darker than the photos I've taken outside. I tried to change a picture each of the shadow blue and the natural copper to what I visibly see. And I put in the description if it was taken with flash or adjusted or other info like that. (oh, and uh, my wigs are kind of messy, sorry. I already wore the Holly twice and was playing with twisting the ponytail up.)
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This was quite helpful, thank you for sharing :3
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