Roxanna Off-Black #1B Wavy Lace Front wig
What payment options do you offer?
- American Express
- Oxipay (only for New Zealand Customers) which offers "buy now and pay later in instalments", similar to Afterpay
- Poli Pay (using your bank account in New Zealand)
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What is the difference between Afterpay and Oxipay?
AFTERPAY VS. OXIPAY
Posted by Joshua Maher on Feb 05, 2018 (taken from this site: https://latergator.com.au/blogs/news/afterpay-vs-oxipay)
Oxipay is the latest addition to Later Gator’s ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ options that allow customers to checkout, receive your goods immediately, and pay them off in fortnightly installments with no interest.
Here’s how Oxipay stacks up to our most popular payment option, Afterpay.
Note: the two are actually very similar to you as the customer.
Both Afterpay and Oxipay essentially extend you a line of credit allowing you to take delivery of your products immediately.
Lator Gator and your chosen payment processor takes on board any risk, any fees associated with transactions, and all you have to do it make regular payments.
They are both simple to sign up for during the checkout process, and you can view and manage purchases and payments via the respective member account once you’ve signed up.
Both Afterpay and Oxipay require a valid credit/debit card to sign up for an account. And both processors will take regular direct debits out of your account at fortnightly intervals.
Afterpay and Oxipay debit payments each fortnight from your nominated card, and you can’t make any changes to this payment schedule. You can however, pay it off sooner if you like through the member portal.
The difference between the two is small, and it comes down to fees.
Afterpay will debit a quarter of the purchase price every fortnight. If the money isn’t in your account, you’ll be given 24 hours to make the payment before being charged a $10 fee, and a further $7 will be charged if the payment remains unpaid after 7 days.
Oxipay also debits a quarter of the purchase price every fortnight. If the money isn’t in your account at the time, you will be charged a $6 fee immediately. A further $30 will be charged if Oxipay has to take steps to collect the outstanding balance from you.
Gorgeous black wavy lace front wig, hand tied natural hairline and great colour.
This item is a synthetic lace front wig with a normally transparent to light brown lace area in the front so you can customize your parting (1.5inch Front). If you have darker skin, please let us know when you order, so we can request a darker lace front. The lace front is made of durable Swiss lace.
The average cap size is 22 to 22.5 inches (56/57 cm) circumference with adjustable straps and 3 combs to secure the wig to your hair. If you need more hold, invest in a wig grap or/and use lace front glue.
Length is usually between 24 and 26 inches, some wigs are 22 inches or as indicated. If you require a certain length, e.g. 20 inches or 30 inches, please message us.
All wigs are coming in an average sizing that fits most people. It also can be tightened by moving the little straps tighter or less tight. Average wigs circumference is about 22 to 22.5 inches or 56 to 57 cm. If you need custom sizing, please message us.
Density is a good 150%.
This item is made of high temperature fiber which means it can be treated with tools of up to 180 degrees C or 350 degrees F. But please be mindful that it’s always better to be careful and not do it for too long.
I recommend to use non-heat curlers to curl your wig, so wash the wig and roll it onto rollers/curlers and wait until it’s dry. Do not brush it before it is dry, as it can loose its curls.
The best thing you can do for your wig is to brush it regularly with a tangle teaser, a wide tooth comb or a gentle brush and invest in a silicone spray to make sure your wig doesn’t tangle. Even when a wig is tangled it will help when you use a multi-purpose lubricating silicone spay that you can find in a store such a Walmart or Bunnings that has automotive sprays. It cost between $3 and $14 depending on your currency and last you for a while. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJbsWf1Uy98&t=31s
The wavy wig is a bit different to the straight one and it also needs gentle brushing every time after wear. Don’t hesitate to also wash the wigs, but if you want to keep the waves/curls don’t brush it when wet.
Straightening works very well with the fibres. Curling irons with that heat are usually not as successful, so I would be a bit careful and rather use rollers on a wet wig and let it air dry as well for best results or try heated curlers. When you wash the hair, please don’t brush before the hair is dry. To brush it’s best to start from the tips and work your way up. When a wig seems tangled, keep cool and softly use your fingers to run through the strands without hastily ripping and pulling on it as this makes it more tangled. After every wearing I usually softly brush it before hanging it somewhere (over a door, at a bigger hook, place it on a Styrofoam wig head, etc.). And don't forget to use your silicone spray.
Youtube has many videos on synthetic lace front wigs that can be very helpful to make you’re the best it can possibly look.
You can search for lace front wig customizing videos, how to change the parting on a lace front wig (these lace front wigs’ partings can be changed within the front area), how to make a synthetic lace front wig look natural, how to remove the shine of a synthetic wig, how to cut the lace of a lace front wig, styling ideas, how to dye a synthetic wig (I do recommend only dyeing a blonde wig slightly cooler, more silvery with purple shampoo or adding some pastel tones or use eye shadow to make a "pretend dark root area" ), how to make the part look more natural, how to tweeze the part, etc. You will find a wealth of knowledge from other fellow lace front wig fans.