If you follow the world of fashion then Beverly Johnson is a name you know. She changed the fashion industry when she became the first black model to be featured on the cover of American Vogue. She broke the mold and allowed her beauty to speak for itself.
Now Ms. Johnson has dove straight into wig manufacturing and has become one of many celebrity wig makers. And as an African American woman she seems to have focused more on wigs for the black woman. The question really is if her stuff is any good so let’s take a look.
Let’s just talk about the wig first before we go into my actual opinion and whether or not I like it. This is Opal by Beverly Johnson a piece that comes in at about 12”. Like many high end wigs this is a lace front which creates a very natural looking hairline and also makes the hair easy to slide on. Even though the Opal by Beverly Johnson is synthetic the fibers used create a very natural look that even feels like human hair. Also as a bonus the Opal by Beverly Johnson gives you the ability to change it up because it can take heat. Which is amazing because not that many synthetics can take heat. So curl it or straighten it, it really depends on you.
Okay so now my thoughts on the Opal by Beverly Johnson. As pictured I’m not a fan of it. I do like the angle of the part, I prefer longer hair, and I’m not a fan of the curl in. But like I said earlier it can be styled with heat so if I got my hands on it and was able to style it to my liking then yes I’d probably be more in favor of it. So in essence it’s not a bad wig, it’s high quality and quite lovely. But I’m not just a fan of the style so for me it again comes down to personal preference. So again I recommend that you check it out for yourself.