Read the latest Google Reviews left by our clients here: https://bit.ly/3vlbqlH.
Marianne’s “Eclat” wig by Ellen Wille
“My new Ellen Wille ‘Eclat’ in Sandy Blonde Rooted. I was a little worried with the rooting being much lighter than I anticipated however I think I can definitely work with it. The wig itself is stunning, so comfortable and beautiful soft fibres. Very happy with the ordering process too. Thank you!”
Jesse-James’ “Steven” wig by Ellen Wille
“I have alopecia universalis which means I don’t have hair anywhere on my body, including eyebrows & lashes. It’s so hard to find realistic wigs for teenage boys that are long in the front to hide my non-existent eyebrows but my Mum found your website & saw some men’s styles on sale so took the chance & ordered for my 15th birthday this Ellen Wille Hair Mania men’s synthetic wig in style Steven/colour M36S. We decided it looked better on me worn backwards but the quality is so real. I’m already looking at ordering the Brian style in a similar colour without the grey.”
Vicki’s “City” wig by Ellen Wille
“I have been wearing wigs for almost 14 years, when alopecia changed my life. During this time I tried all websites, shops, salons and manufacturers under the sun and across the globe. I had some good experiences but also some real life nightmares along the way. Wigs.co.nz went above and beyond to find the color and the style I wanted. I recommend Wigs.co.nz with all my heart they are the best experience I’ve had in 14 years! Thank you for all your help making my wig buying a celebration! Pictured here wearing “City” by Ellen Wille.”
Kellie’s “Girl Mono” wig by Ellen Wille
“Thank you for this lovely wig. Having had chemo I was struggling with my hair loss and I was not looking forward to going back to work or to any functions. I’ve always wanted wavy hair and now I have it!” Kellie is wearing Girl Mono by Ellen Wille in Champagne Rooted.
“Yes, it’s a wig!!! When I decided to shave my hair off for Look Good Feel Better NZ, I wasn’t sure how I would ‘react’. It’s hard for me to explain but I thought it might challenge my self confidence and my femininity… but that is all part of it.”