This wig is very nice and the style is as pictured. When you look down on the wig standing above it, you can see many individual hairs and the roots look very natural. It required almost no styling, although I did get it styled because I needed the bangs cut. The color is not exactly as pictured. The dark blond in the picture is a cool color, which works with the blue eyes and pink skin of the model. It reality the dark blond is a warm color. It looks quite similar to the picture except it is yellower. In real life the color is more natural than the color in the picture, but I wanted a cool color. In the picture it almost looks rooted but it is not. In the picture the highlights are lighter than in reality. Possibly the bright lights used to photograph the wig made the color look different. Still, I really like the wig and I am keeping it. I just wish all these wig makers would do a better job of describing the colors. Sometimes I will find a wig described as a certain color and right next to it is another wig, that looks completely different, that claims to be the same color. For example consider the Envy wig, "Angel". It is also described as dark blond (like the picture of Micki) but looks completely different. At the very least, the colors should say cool, or warm, etc. Instead we get colors named like "beige champagne". What to heck does that mean We can't rely on the pictures or the names, so the color description needs to be improved.