Ellen Wille Risk Comfort



Risk Comfort by Ellen Wille is a short cut with textured layers and is made with the most natural, comfortable cap. The lace front provides styling options while providing an extremely natural looking hairline. The hand-tied cap is made with comfortable material and perfect for anyone with a sensitive scalp. The cap is also adjustable and lightweight. This wig is styled to create a feminine boy cut with versatility. To further personalize, add styling products and wear forward or spiky.

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Why We Love

Ellen Wille studied in Paris before opening her first wig shop in Frankfurt, Germany in 1967. Today, she is the force behind what is now a world-renowned brand of wigs and hairpieces. We love that the Ellen Wille brand not only offers fashionable and modern designs, but distinguishes itself through quality and comfort delivered to the end customer. Wigs are not just an accessory, for some they may help gain back confidence or distress of hair loss. With their innovative monofilament part and lace front, the Ellen Wille wigs give the appearance of hair growing straight from the scalp delivering a natural look! Push the hair back, change the part, and get a piece of confidence back with these natural looking wigs and hairpieces.

The Details

• Ideal for Face Shape: Heart, Diamond, Oval, Round, Square, Pear
• Cap Construction: Lace Front, Monofilament Top
• Hair Type: Synthetic Hair
• Cap Size: Petite, Average
• Product Weight: 1.6 oz
• Approximate Length: Front 1.25″ | Crown: 2.25″ | Sides: 1.75″ | Nape: 2”


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How to Use

What should I know about heat-friendly synthetic hair?


Human hair and heat-friendly synthetic hair are the perfect choice if you enjoy styling versatility. Proper care is vital for keeping Heat-friendly synthetic hair looking its best. The optimal temperature for styling this type of hair with heat tools is between 250 and 275 degrees Fahrenheit. (Temperatures above 350 degrees Fahrenheit is not recommended.)


*Usage suggestions are not intended to replace medical advice. We recommend that you read product labels and directions before using or consuming a product, and direct any questions to a licensed healthcare professional.