Black Candy Fashion Wigs

I know that this post isn't technically about makeup, but I felt this was the best possible home for it. Black Candy Fashion wigs have been such a huge inspiration behind a lot of the makeup looks I've played around creating over the past year or more, and I thought it was high time to give the brand a shout out and a post of its very own.

I currently have 10 wigs in my collection, and they all came from Black Candy. It was the ever so beautiful and talented Jen of Miss Sock nails that helped me discover the brand and my new love of wigs. (Check out Jen's previous guest post HERE)

Popping a wig on after spending hours applying makeup really helps to transform any look, and I love how each wig can make me feel like a completely different person as well as looking like one. 

Black Candy Fashion stock many different styles and colours, ranging from lace fronts to short wigs to rhapsody wigs with a more than reasonable price range starting at around £17 up to about £43. Whether you’re looking for something natural or if you’re looking for something a bit different, they have you covered! Some of the styles I have to show you today have been in my mini collection for a while now and no longer available, but don't let that put you off checking out their website as there really is plenty of choice to be tempted by! 

Many of you will probably have already seen some of these photos before, so feel free to scroll down quickly!

  Discontinued?

Discontinued?

  Discontinued?

Discontinued?

  Raven, £22

Raven, £22

  Pixie, £17

Pixie, £17

  Plum pudding, £22

Plum pudding, £22

  Aquarius - straightened, £43

Aquarius - straightened, £43

  Ghost, £17

Ghost, £17

  Belle, £43

Belle, £43

  Discontinued?

Discontinued?

  Discontinued?

Discontinued?

All of these wigs have been easy to work with, they all have adjustable straps within to hug to your head size/shape and the lace fronts also have a comb included for extra security. They are fantastic quality, the synthetic hairs feel so soft and natural. I have had no problem using heat on them either, Aquarius was originally very curly, I found that straightening it didn’t ruin it one bit in terms of colour or melting/breaking of hairs. I would recommend watching a couple of YouTube videos before attempting to play around with your wig, this one by Alexa Poletti (also introduced to me by Jen) is a good one to start with. 

Whenever I have ordered from Black Candy Fashion, the delivery has always been super speedy, you won't ever be waiting for long, and the customer service is exceptional. 

You can find them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, so make sure you check out their pages and give them a cheeky follow. Facebook is a great way to stay up to date with new lines from the brand, also keep eyes peeled for wig bids where you can grab an awesome bargain!

Thank you for reading

Love, Leanne Xx