Even just cutting the lacefront down a little, to try it on, made the wig look very natural on my head. The photos are very true to reality! It just looks a bit more natural in real life.
I particularly like this wig (LFK5531) because it has such a natural look from the back. Hair strands end at different lengths, so that it thins toward the lowest part. It looks like a very well-cared for hair, even though it's synthetic. Impressive!
The net cap will make it easier to modify how I want it to fall, and the front is surprisingly easy to style and modify. Up close, of course one has to create some small hairs at the very front of the wig, but less than some other wigs. Along the rest of the edge of the wig, there are shorter hairs, which really adds to the hiding of the edge.
The wig has a wide lacefront, that widens at the mid-front. The middle part on top and back is elastic, the sides are not. On my wig, the transition from lacefront to weave sections is a bit steep, but that is only visible when I divide the hairs to see. On my wig, there are three sewn-on five-toothed combs made from thin, thin metal. For me, the one on top of the head has been sown on top of hair, but I have to remove it anyway and that is possible to do without damage either to wig or comb.
Speaking of the edge of the wig, on my head, the lace won't need any tweaking above and in front of my ears, unusual with wigs I've had from other sources.
Finally, I think that it is worth its cost. I wish I had a photo I could add, but unfortunately, not yet. I can only leave good words about it! Absolutely worth five stars.
(Not sure why my first attempt at review decided not to add the fifth star...)